Former Technicolor exec joins vfx and animation facility with a brief to grow its TV and film division

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Former Technicolor exec producer Jonathan Rawlinson has joined VFX and animation facility RealtimeUK.

Rawlinson joins RealtimeUK, which has offices in Manchester and just outside Preston, as an executive producer with a brief to accelerate the growth of its TV & Film division.

RealtimeUK’s recent credits include Mammoth Screen’s upcoming BBC drama War of the Worlds, and Impossible Factual’s Mummies Alive.

At Technicolor, Rawlinson’s broadcast credits as a VFX executive producer included Vanity Fair (ITV), Little Women (BBC), Deep State (FX) and films include Paddington 2, You Were Never Really Here and Lean On Pete.

Rawlinson said: “I’m really excited about working with the team here at RealtimeUK. In addition to having a big team of experienced team in-house 3D artists, they also have concept artists, art directors and previs artists who can work with clients during pre-production to create tests and help the art department, head of department and director to understand how the VFX will look and work in a TV series or film.”

Managing director Tony Prosser added: “We’re thrilled to have Jonathan onboard to help drive the TV and film division as we enter into this new exciting market..”