Framestore is a British animation and visual effects company based on Chancery Lane in London. Formed in 1986, it acquired the Computer Film Company in 1997. The company works across several different areas of the media: feature films, commercials, music videos, feature animation and digital
Framestore has made three key hires across its film division with Graham Page joining as a VFX super, Anna Ford as Head of Business Development, and Mark Hodgkins as Framestore’s Global Head of FX, Film.
Two-time VES Award-winner Graham Page joins the company as VFX supervisor after 14 years with DNEG, where he supervised the company’s work on blockbuster titles such as Avengers: Endgame, Captain Marvel and Avengers: Infinity War.
Anna Ford joins Framestore as Head of Business Development, Film. She was former Sales and Bidding Manager at Cinesite.
Returning to the Framestore fold is Mark Hodgkins, who rejoins the company after a 12-year stint with DNEG. He will serve as Framestore’s Global Head of FX, Film, and brings extensive experience across properties from Marvel, DC, and J.K. Rowling.
Fiona Walkinshaw, Framestore’s Global Managing Director, Film, said: “While working in different areas of the business, Graham, Anna, and Mark all share the kind of outlook and attitude we’re always looking for at Framestore: they’re forward-thinking, creative in their approaches and never shy away from the kind of challenges that will bring out the best in those they work with. I am delighted they have joined the senior team and look forward to working with them”
Framestore’s upcoming film slate includes Mulan, No Time To Die, The King’s Man, and Wonder Woman 1984.