Screen Scene dominates the Irish Film and Television Awards' VFX nominations
Dublin, Ireland – 06 April 2017 - Screen Scene, Ireland’s leading Post Production Company and part of the NEP Worldwide Network, today announces it has been has been nominated for five Irish Film and Television Awards (IFTA).
The IFTA shortlist sees Screen Scene Visual Effects Supervisors, Ed Bruce and Nicholas Murphy, nominated in three out of the four shortlisted in the VFX category for their joint work on STARZ’s Black Sails, HBO’s Game of Thrones and the BBC’s Ripper Street.
In the sound category, re-recording mixer, Garret Farrell, has been nominated for his work on Netflix’s The Siege of Jadotville. The second nomination in the sound category is for Tomato Red, recognising sound editor Niall Brady, re-recording mixer, Ken Galvin and supervising sound editor Steve Fanagan’s work on the film adaption.
Ed Bruce, VFX Supervisor at Screen Scene commented on his nominations; “Being nominated for three IFTA VFX awards is a great testament to the craft, diligence and hard work of our amazing team of talented artists and crew within Screen Scene’s VFX team. Nicolas and I have really enjoyed working on such prestigious shows as Black Sails, Game of Thrones, and Ripper Street. The whole Screen Scene VFX team prides itself on leading the way within the Irish Visual Effects Community, and these nominations are a reflection on that work.”
The IFTA Film & Drama Awards will take place at the Round Room of the Mansion House on Saturday 8th April 2017.
About Screen Scene
Screen Scene is Ireland’s leading Post Production Company, providing full Picture, Sound and VFX services for film, broadcast, and commercials.