Hugo

Feature Film

Animation and Visual Effects for a stereoscopic feature film
Division Visual Effects Supervisor for Pixomondo Shanghai

Film Director: Martin Scorsese
Screened: Worldwide theatrical release, 2012

Martin Scorsese’s Hugo tells the story of an orphan living in a 1930s Paris train station. It is also a story of the birth of cinema and the film itself, using a wide range of inventive solutions to both tell its tale and pay homage to the earliest masters of cinema.

The Visual Effects for Hugo have been recognised by the highest authorities in motion picture art:

Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences (Oscar), USA, 2012
Won Best Achievement in Visual Effects

Visual Effects Society (VES), USA, 202
Won Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Feature Motion Picture

Phoenix Film Critics Society, USA, 2011
Won Best Special Visual Effects

Watch on YouTube: Making-of by Pixomondo