We are thrilled that Gravity won so many Oscars at the 86th Academy Awards, including the Visual Effects category, to Tim Webber, Chris Lawrence, David Shirk and Neil Corbould. RSP created the climactic re-entry sequence, and are honoured to have the work acknowledged as the year's best.

As we enter 2014, we're busy on a number of high profile projects, yet to be announced, along with our ongoing role on X-Men: Days of Future Past. Our venture into long form production continues with "Deadline Gallipoli", produced by Matchbox Pictures and Sam Worthington's Fullclip. The First World War drama commences shooting in the coming months and we are working with the team on the most efficient way to plan and realise the effects for the miniseries.

Please take the time to check out the interview with RSP's Art Director, Nick Pill - Nick's been with RSP Since Charlotte's Web and is our first point of call when working our clients to condense their creative ideas into actual images which our production team use as a visual guide to define the processes going forward through our toolset. He's also much more normal looking that his caricature suggests!

Australia remains a world-class destination for shooting and post, and the continuing fall of the Australian dollar brings greater value to productions who choose to work here. The upswing in activity around the studios certainly indicates that many are experiencing this - I hope you'll take the time to see for yourselves.

If you would like more information or would like to talk to us about a project, please don't hesitate in contacting us on +61 8 8400 6400 or by email,

Tony Clark and the team at RSP


After winning numerous awards including a BAFTA for Best Direction and Visual Effects, Gravity has received 10 nominations for the 2014 Academy Awards. The visual effects by Framestore and RSP were integral in creating . Be sure to visit the our Gravity page to view our vfx breakdowns and learn more about RSP's contribution, including sending a balloon 36km in to the atmosphere for photographic reference!

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Nick Pill with Rising Sun since joining in 2005. He has led our art department for conceptual and look development on The Great Gatsby, the Harry Potter Series, Gravity, Charlotte's Web and more. He has also supervised animation for projects including The Wolverine and The Seventh Son. In his downtime, he enjoys riding his Harley and teaching art and concept design to students and professionals.

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RSP is pleased to be chosen as VFX vendor on Foxtel's 2015 drama Deadline Gallipoli, a mini-series which focuses on a team of journalists embedded at Gallipoli during the First World War. Sam Worthington will Executive Produce and star, with his production company Fullclip producing alongside Matchbox Pictures. Michael Rymer will Direct the series which is to be shot in South Australia in the coming months. 'We're thrilled to have Rising Sun aboard, and look forward to a truly collaborative process', says Matchbox Pictures Producer Penny Chapman. Deadline Gallipoli is one of a slate of projects for RSP in 2014/2015, including X-Men Days of Future Past, and a number of soon-to-be-announced blockbusters.


Farmed and Dangerous is a four-part comedy series on the TV-streaming service Hulu, that has been created by Chipotle Mexican Grill and Piro as a satirical look at industrial-scale farming. The series uses unconventional marketing tactics to get across the values of the organisation in a humourous way - view the trailer here. RSP created supporting effects and the Digital Intermediate grade for the series. New York based VFX Supervisor Tim Piper of Piro Vision commented: "We appreciated the value that RSP brought to the project thanks to their commitment to quality and experience in feature film effects." Other recently completed projects for RSP include ANZAC Girls, as well as effects for the stasis re-animation laboratory in I, Frankenstein.


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