MPC Film present latest VFX work at European festivals

MPC is presenting it’s work on Godzilla and Maleficent in Europe next week.

First MPC Vancouver Animation Supervisor Ferran Domenech will be presenting Animating Godzilla at B’Ars, VFX, Barcelona International Arts & VFX Fair on Saturday 7th June at 7pm.

Ferran will present the creative and technical challenges behind bringing the King of the Monsters to life. Lead by Academy Award winning VFX Supervisor Guillaume Rocheron, MPC were lead studio on Godzilla, creating the creatures and sequences including the airport reveal of Godzilla, HALO jump, Golden Gate Bridge attack sequence, the epic 3rd act battle and more

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Next, at Annecy 2014 in France, MPC Vancouver Head of Animation Catherine Mullan presents Fantastical Fairies: The Animation from Disney's "Maleficent".

Catherine will give a behind the scenes look at the character animation from Maleficent. 

From the fluffy to the formidable, she will share how an array of creatures were brought to life. Discussing with the audience her insight and experience, as well as the creative and technical challenges encountered along the way.

Ferran Domenech will also be at Annecy, so if you missed his presentation at B’Ars you have another opportunity to hear about the Animation of Godzilla at Annecy 2014.

The VFX Panel Discussion is at 9:30am on Thursday 12th June, Chambre de Meties, Salle Mont-Blanc.

MPC's recruitment team will also be out in force at both events. At B'Ars Global Recruiter Vashma Khan will be presenting the lowdown on MPC Job Opportunities (Thursday 5th June, 4:15pm) and then manning the recruitment booth for the following two days. At Annecy, Ben Owen, Global HOD Recruitment, will be on hand at the MPC booth (Stand 2.1 Espace Novelle technologies) to let interested parties know what roles we have available and how to apply. Full details are on the MPC website –

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