Molinare has boosted its visual effects team with the addition of head of VFX production Kerrie Bryant and VFX supervisor Andy Tusabe.
Bryant comes to Molinare after working at DNeg TV and Technicolor, where she oversaw all projects within the studio, as well as supervising line producers and coordinators on their projects.
Tusabe joins Molinare with over 26 years’ experience across TV, film and commercials production and post production. He knows the Molinare VFX team well, having worked with them as a freelancer over the past two years, on titles such as Good Omens, The Crown, A Discovery of Witches, King Lear and Yardie.
So far this year, Molinare has completed VFX post on high-end dramas such as Good Omens, Strike Back: Silent War, Beecham House and the next series of The Crown, as well as Gurinder Chadha‘s new feature film Blinded by the Light, which will be released internationally in August.