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Rising Sun Pictures: 25 Years of Creating Movie Magic

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RisingSP.logoRising Sun Pictures (RSP), a visual effects studio, has recently marked its 25th anniversary of producing work for more than 150 motion picture and series productions, including some of the most popular and critically-acclaimed films of the past two decades. RSP’s work has been honored with Visual Effects Society (VES) and Australian Academy of Cinema & Television Arts (AACTA) awards as well as contributing to Oscar and BAFTA winning films.

RSP Team Circa 2010
RSP Team Circa 2010

In recent years, the studio has been called on to take the lead on technically and creatively challenging effects sequences. It shared an Oscar nomination for its work in designing and executing the time-bending “Quicksilver Kitchen” scene from X-Men: Days of Future Past.

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RSP also created the re-entry sequence featured in the final moments of Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity (winner of the 2013 Academy Award for Best Visual Effects). For 2019 Best Picture nominee Ford v Ferrari, the studio created a digital replica of Daytona International Speedway, as it appeared in 1966, and filled it with thousands of digital actors in period costumes. Most recently, it has created visuals for Marvel Studios’ Black Widow and Disney’s Jungle Cruise.

For more information please visit www.rsp.com.au

 

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