Milk completed 162 VFX shots on the production.
Milk recently completed production on the VFX for Netflix’ remake of Daphne Du Maurier classic Rebecca, directed by Ben Wheatley and starring Armie Hammer, Lily James and Kristin Scott-Thomas.
Rebecca is Milk’s fourth collaboration with Wheatley, with previous projects including dystopian thriller High Rise, action comedy Free Fire and the BBC’s Doctor Who.
Milk created 162 shots for Rebecca. Its main focus was invisible environment work for Manderley - Maxim De Winter’s imposing Cornwall house and estate where the majority of the action takes place; with extensive supporting work to create the period look of the film (at Manderley, at Rebecca’s boat house location and for the Monaco scenes where the protagonists fall in love) as well as CG ivy created for Mrs De Winter’s terrifying dream sequence.
Part of the brief from Wheatley was to support the oppressive atmosphere of the Manderley estate environment and dial up the undercurrent of fear and mystery surrounding Rebecca.
Milk’s VFX supervisor is Murray Barber alongside VFX Producer Jenna Powell
Rebecca was released on Netflix on 21 October.