The Indian special effects company FutureWorks was brought on board by Dharma Productions to work on more than 1,500 shots, including a computer-generated helicopter, for the comedy-drama Selfiee. Directed by Raj Mehta, the film is a remake of the Malayalam film Driving Licence.
Rocket Boys presents a fictionalized account of the era-defining story of physicist Homi J. Bhabha — Nobel Prize nominee and the father of India’s nuclear program — and Vikram Sarabhai — physicist, astronomer, and the brains behind India’s first national space agency. The show focuses on these two pioneers and how they worked to establish the newly independent India as a world power, through nuclear power and a presence in space.
FutureWorks, Mumbai, delivered more than 500 visual effects shots for the hit film Darlings. The dark comedy smashed records for Netflix, with the biggest global opening weekend for a non-English language original film, with more than 10 million viewing hours in its first three days. Editor’s Note: This article includes a major spoiler alert.
FutureWorks Media, one of Asia’s most prominent post-production houses, has renewed its partnership with Barco. A tour-de-force in international and domestic film and television solutions, FutureWorks has recently invested in a Barco 4K post-production projector at its Mumbai facility.
Dolby Laboratories announced today that Mumbai’s FutureWorks is the first studio in India to receive a Dolby Premiere Studio Certification.