We are an independent visual-effects facility founded in 2008 to provide a creative service for feature film and television productions.
Located in the heart of Soho, London, the studio is founded on a culture of originality, innovation and collaboration. Exceptional supervisors, producers and artists share their experience and passion for filmmaking to produce imaginative solutions, quick turnarounds and stunning results.
The studio's regular clients number some of the world’s top filmmakers, who return to Union time and again as a trusted technical partner and creative ally. The team works closely with clients throughout every phase of the creative process, from VFX design and previs to CG animation, digital makeup effects - gore is a particular Union talent - compositing and matte painting. Core specialties include CG environment work and invisible effects.
Networking with We are Stripes
Union take part in Industry Connect networking event with We are Stripes and Access: VFX
BFI Future Film Festival
Producer Noga Alon-Stein talks VFX storytelling with the filmmakers of the future
2018 Oscar Nominations
Seven nominations for Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri and two for Victoria and Abdul
Three Billboards Tops the Awards Table at The Golden Globes
4 wins: Best Film, Best Screenplay, Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor
2018 Golden Globe Awards
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and Victoria and Abdul Receive Nominations
Union announces the addition of three new VFX Supervisors to support its growing number of film and television projects.
T2 Trainspotting DVD Released
Union have created 7 behind the scenes videos with Sony Pictures to promote the DVD release of T2 Trainspotting
Keswick Film Festival 2017
VFX Supervisor, Simon Hughes, introduces the film with a behind the scenes look at the VFX
Why ‘invisible effects’ are Hollywood’s best kept secret
The Telegraph is spurred on by Suffragette to investigate the world of 'invisible vfx'
Why has the UK film industry been making waves worldwide?
The Guardian's Mark Williams asks Union Co-Founder and VFX Producer Tim Caplan for his take on why the UK is proving such an attractive proposition for filmmakers from around the globe.