Findings

VR Comes to The Molecule

Virtual Reality has been in the news a lot lately. Every day more companies are latching on and beginning to develop VR pipelines. We at The Molecule are never ones to shy away from new challenges, and we are excited to announce that we have recently made Virtual Reality a growing part of our repertoire.

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The Molecule LA Gets Some New Digs

The Molecule’s west coast branch is having a housewarming today to announce our move to The Hollywood Production Center’s N. Gower Street office in Hollywood. Our LA team is relocating just a stone’s throw away from it’s former office to a new block just south of Sunset Blvd – a spot that is central to the bustling Hollywood activity.

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Creating the Opening Titles for HBO’s “Ballers”

“Ballers” is HBO’s newest addition to their Sunday night time slot. The show premiered last weekend, and it centers on former NFL player Spencer Strasmore (played by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson) who now stays in the game by playing financial advisor to current NFL pros.

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The Subtlety of VFX

Working on “Love And Mercy”

Not all visual effects involve car explosions, buildings toppling over, or satellites circling the earth. Sometimes in order to keep continuity or better tell a story, visual effects are used in subtle ways leaving the audience oblivious the image was ever affected at all.

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Molecule Updates for Spring 2015

Hey Blog Readers! It’s been a minute since we’ve updated this space. Truth is, there’s been a lot going on here at The Molecule and we’re pumped to tell you about it all.

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Mobile World Congress 2015

Behind-The-Scenes of HTC’s One M9 Keynote

The Mobile World Congress kicked off this weekend in Barcelona, and The Molecule got a front row seat during HTC’s keynote presentation of their new flagship phone, the M9.

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Color for VFX

Theory & Practice In a Nutshell

To a lot of us, color seems like an intangible, complicated part of our daily workflow. Over the years new steps have been introduced to the process, but they have never been publicly explained.”

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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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