Findings

Bonnie & Clyde

This day in history in 1934, outlaws Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were shot and killed by police in Louisiana. Today we’re revisiting the titles our Motion Graphics department created for a two-part series on the infamous couple, which aired on A&E, History, and Lifetime in December of 2013.

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The Butler

Lee Daniels’ The Butler debuted in theaters in mid-August to hold a commanding grasp on the box office, claiming the number one spot for three weeks. The Molecule is proud to have produced visual effects for over 200 shots that ranged from prosthetic and cosmetic fixes to green screen work. We were even invited to attend the August 5th premier at the Ziegfeld Theatre with Oprah, Lenny Kravitz, Forest Whitaker and the rest of the star-studded cast.

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Upcoming Editing Workshop, and why VFX Matters

May in NYC is already proving to be hazy, hot, and humid. By June it’s likely that your candles will have all melted in their jars and staying in your apartment will become a sauna that you didn’t ask for – so come cool off with us for a day-long celebration of the art of the Edit!

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Making a Blizzard in April

Things get snowy on the set of CBS’s “Elementary.”

Last night’s “Elementary” was a snowy one. If you don’t follow the show, Sherlock Holmes and his assistant Joan Watson try to solve a crime in the middle of a massive blizzard. The city has shut down and the roads are treacherous…It is the worst blizzard the city has seen in years…

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DIY Blood Element

Working in a VFX studio is pretty fun – especially when you convert your conference room into a mini studio where you can make your own blood elements.

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A Very Molecule Retrospective

A look back at the 2012 that was.

Over the past 12 months, we have been busy little molecules at our offices in in NYC and LA. Between comping, producing, animating, and consuming copious amounts of coffee, we’ve accumulated quite a list of things we’re proud of.

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The Sweet Life

The Molecule Celebrates the Golden Age of Italian Film

“The Sweet Life” is an exhibition curated by Joyce Acciaioli Rudge that combines two eras that were at the height of their popularity in the 1950s: Italian Cinema and LIFE Magazine. The Molecule edited a piece that will run continuously alongside the art in the exhibit.

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What Maisie Knew Premieres at TIFF

Titles and VFX by The Molecule

What Maisie Knew is a drama about a small girl caught in the middle of her parents’ divorce and custody battle. The Molecule has been working for weeks on Maisie’s opening titles, end title crawl, and various screen replacements and VFX.

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Best Friday Ever

We just put the finishing touches on a project 2 years in the making: Hellbenders.

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The Molecule: Together We Can Build Better Online Video Content

This spring, The Molecule shot and composited online video content for action/sci-fi film Prometheus’s publicity website ProjectPrometheus.com. This project marks an important step of our production services expansion.

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