PIXEL MAZIK STUDIOZ


PIXEL MAZIK STUDIOZ (PMS) is a dream come true….A Dream which was seen 10 years back with a high spirited, energetic vision by MR. SANTOSH MUDGAL.

We at PIXEL MAZIK STUDIOZ are a complete animation solution provider, based in MUMBAI, India. pioneering not only in creating rich and state of the art 3D/2D animations and Visual Effect but also in concept development. Our team of versatile experts have unmatched skills in research, storyboarding, and character development etc. The result is production of stunning, realistic animations and VFX satisfied clients.

PIXEL MAZIK STUDIOZ (PMS) is a production house offering high-end 3D, 2D & Visual effects animation services. We differentiate ourselves by our holistic approach in the creative and innovative process, adding new facets and learning to our portfolio each day. The services involve live-action and animation films and ad films with a diversified client base that includes TV Networks, Ad agencies, Production Houses, Bollywood Production Houses, Govt. Agencies, NGOs and International clients.

We provide tailored services and solutions right from concept development phase to final presentations for your animations and visual presentations needs, which further helps you to promote your products and services in a unique way and also to create newer markets for the same.

Our commitment to a culture, based on a set of strong core values is the heart of our organization. The Value Code reflects this commitment, which emphasizes placing our Clients' interest first, Integrity, Quality, Creativity and Teamwork.

By combining design and animation expertise with skills from various disciplines, including architecture, signage, graphic design and the visual arts, the result is a solution that is unique, well-informed, and innovative. Our blend of animation skills, design experience and technical knowledge allows us to give our clients the edge they need to compete in an industry where television, film and the Internet are rapidly converging.

Services Offered :

* Motion Graphics :
    Logo Animation
    Corporate Logo Designing & Animation
    Film Logos
    Show Packing
    Channel Ids
    Corporate Presentations(AV)

* VFX:
    Roto
    Croma
    Wire Removal
    Special Effects
    Stereo Conversion

* Editing :
    3D Packshots & Animation
    Product Designing
    FCP & Editing Fecility
    AV Editing & Packaging

Address:
Pixel Mazik Studioz
64-A-102, Karan Shanti, above abhyudaya bank,
Opp. Shanti Shopping Center.
Mira Road (east).Mumbai- 401 107. INDIA

Tel: +91 22 28555232
Cell : + 91 9867316240

Pixel Mazik DI
GL-94, Veer Surendra Sai Nagar,
Bubhneshwar 751 007.Odisha

Tel: +91 22 28555232
Cell : + 91 9867316240

Email: santoshmudgal1@gmail.com,
    santosh@pixelmazik.com,
Website: www.pixelmazik.com

Multitude9 fx



Multitude9 fx Specializes in visual effects & Commercial Projects For The Entertainment World.

We produce 3D character animation, motion design and visual effects for feature films and television, game cinematics & trailers, large format films, location-based entertainment, commercials and integrated media. We consider ourselves to be a transparent firm, that believes in honest relationships with out clients.We seek the true objectivein creating projects and we help our clients focous on what they really want to

We are skilled in many different designing animation vfx , softwares and scripts to get the ultimate result required by client. We are small but efficient! Anytime your company needs any custom Creative Projects, Multitude 9 fx offers expert service. Check out our Works..

Now why we are called Multitude 9 fx! In “Multitude 9 fx” we have combined (multitude + 9 + effects), Multitude fx means large amount of visual effects, and 9 for a real number that can be shown to be the number one , We pronounce it m9fx.

Who we are..

Multitude 9 fx was founded by Sravan kumar and Lakshmikanth in the year 2010 with vision of Graphic designing, Animation and Visual effects.


Contact Us:

Multitude9 fx™
16-11-405/18,
Sbi Officer’s Colony
Karate Raju Bhavan,
Moosambagh Hyderabad-500 060,
Andhra Pradesh

T: 009140 64580589
 
Email:info@m9fx.com

Web: http://www.m9fx.com

Sujeerya Animation


Sujeerya is framed with young energitic industry fronts in the year 1996. Since inception Sujeerya has seen development growth started with a small team, today Sujeerya is a group of techie leaders in different tires of digital world.
Sujeerya is proud to have many multi national companies as a clientle to its flagship
in different technologies integrating 3d, animations, visual effects, gaming etc.

Our Services Includes :

Ad Film Making / 3d Walkthroughs / Print Media Works / 3d Elevations
Animation Ads / Animation Films / Corporate Presentations / TV Trailers
CAD Digitizations / FILM VFX / Stereoscopic 3d Films Etc.,

We can deal any type of Multimedia Works.

Print Media Works
(Logos, Brochures, Flex Designs, Hoardings Etc., Including Printing.)

Web Media Works
(Web Designing, E-Commerce, Web Hosting etc.,)

3d Elevations
(3d Buildings, 3d Cities, 3d Locations & 3d Sets etc.,)

2d/3d Animation
(3d Animation Films, Animation, 3d Props ,3d Sets for Films & Video also. etc.,)

Corporate Presentations
(Powerpoint/Flash Presentations, Virtual Reality, Interactive Presentations Etc.,)

Outdoor Publicity
(Hoardings, Auto Ads etc.,)

Brochure Designs
(Product Designs , Real Estate Brochures, 3d Elevation Brochures Etc.,)

CAD Layouts / CAD Digitizations
(Large Scale of Map Digitization works Etc.,)

Film VFX
(Film Compositing, Roto, Wire Removing, CG, Etc.,)

Stereoscopic 3d Films
(Specialized in Shooting of Double Camera 3d Films)

These are only some Sample Services. We can deal any type of Multimedia Projects.


Contact Us:

Sujeerya Animation & Entertainments Pvt. Ltd.
Plot No : 232/a,
Film Nagar, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad,
Andhra Pradesh , India

Cell : +91-9247104162

for Business Enquiries :
sujeerya@gmail.com // bob.indya@gmail.com

for Career Opportunities :
sujeerya@gmail.com

Website: http://www.sujeerya.com

The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn



The Adventures of Tintin (known as The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn outside North America) is a 2011 American 3D motion capture computer-animated adventure film based on The Adventures of Tintin, a series of comic books created by Belgian artist Hergé (Georges Remi). Directed by Steven Spielberg, produced by Peter Jackson, and written by Steven Moffat, Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish, the film is based on three of the original comic books: The Crab with the Golden Claws (1941), The Secret of the Unicorn (1943), and Red Rackham's Treasure (1944). It is the first-ever animated film for both Spielberg and his longtime collaborator, composer John Williams.


Spielberg acquired rights to produce a film based upon the Adventures of Tintin series following Hergé's death in 1983, and re-optioned them in 2002. Filming was due to begin in October 2008 for a 2010 release, but release was delayed to 2011 after Universal opted out of producing the film with Paramount, who provided $30 million on pre-production. Sony chose to co-produce the films. The delay resulted in Thomas Sangster, who had been cast as Tintin, departing from the project. Producer Peter Jackson, whose company Weta Digital provided the computer animation, intends to direct a sequel. Spielberg and Jackson also hope to co-direct a third film.

 
The film received generally positive reviews from critics, and became a box office success with a worldwide gross of over $373 million. The Adventures of Tintin also won the award for Best Animated Feature Film at the Golden Globe Awards that year. It is the first non-Pixar film to win the award since the category was first introduced. Williams was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Score. It is currently nominated for five Saturn Awards, including Best Animated Film, Best Director for Spielberg and Best Music for Williams.

 
Plot:
Tintin (Jamie Bell), a young journalist, and his dog Snowy are browsing in an outdoor market in a European town (scene starts off with a cameo of Hergé doing Tintin's portrait). Tintin buys a model of a three-masted sailing ship, the Unicorn, on the cheap, but is then immediately accosted by the sinister Ivan Ivanovitch Sakharine (Daniel Craig), and the mysterious figure of Barnaby (Joe Starr), who both try to buy the model from Tintin, without success. Tintin takes the ship home, but it is broken during a fight between Snowy and a neighbour's cat. As it breaks, a parchment scroll slips out of the ship's mast. Snowy spots it but is unable to alert Tintin. Meanwhile, incompetent detectives Thomson and Thompson (Nick Frost and Simon Pegg) are on the trail of a pickpocket, Aristides Silk (Toby Jones). Tintin visits Sakharine in Marlinspike Hall, where he learns that there are at least two model ships. Tintin puts the scroll in his wallet, only to have it (his wallet) stolen by a pickpocket.

 
Later, Tintin is shot at, then abducted by accomplices of Sakharine, and imprisoned on the SS Karaboudjan. On board, Tintin escapes and meets the ship's nominal captain, Haddock (Andy Serkis). Haddock has been supplied with whisky by first mate Allan (Daniel Mays), who is working for Sakharine, and the captain is permanently drunk, and doesn't know what's happening on board his ship. Tintin and Haddock (and Snowy) eventually escape from the Karaboudjan in a lifeboat. Sakharine sends a seaplane to find them, but Tintin is able to capture the plane, and fly towards the (fictitious) Moroccan port of Bagghar, but they crash in the desert.
Dehydrated in the heat, and suffering from a sudden lack of alcohol, Haddock hallucinates, and starts to remember stories about his ancestor, Sir Francis Haddock (Andy Serkis), who was captain of the Unicorn during the 17th century. Sir Francis' treasure-laden ship was attacked by a pirate ship, led by the masked Red Rackham (Daniel Craig), and, after a fierce battle and eventual surrender, Sir Francis chose to sink the Unicorn, and most of the treasure, rather than allow it to fall into Rackham's hands. It transpires that there were three models of the Unicorn, each containing a scroll. Together, the scrolls will reveal the location of the sunken Unicorn, and its treasure.


In Bagghar, Tintin and the Captain find out that the third model ship is in the possession of the wealthy Omar Ben Salaad (Gad Elmaleh), but it is encased in a bullet-proof glass display case. Sakharine's plan is to stage a concert involving famous diva Bianca Castafiore (Kim Stengel), the "Milanese nightingale", whose penetrating singing voice will be able to shatter the glass case, allowing Sakharine's trained hawk to fly down and steal the third scroll. After a chase down to the harbour, pursued by Tintin and Haddock, Sakharine finally escapes with all three scrolls. Tintin chases him back to Europe and arranges a police reception for him on the dockside. Haddock and Sakharine, who is revealed to be the descendant of Red Rackham, replay their ancestors' swashbuckling sword fight, using dockside cranes, swords, and even bottles of whisky. Haddock is eventually victorious and Sakharine is promptly arrested by Thomson and Thompson.

With the three scrolls in their possession, Tintin and Haddock find that the indicated location is Marlinspike Hall, and that the hall had been built originally by Sir Francis Haddock. There, in the cellar, they find some of the treasure, and a clue to the location of the sunken Unicorn. Both men agree to continue the adventure.


Box office

The film grossed $77,591,831 in North America and $296,402,120, in other territories, for a worldwide total of $373,993,951.

On its first day, the film opened in the UK, France and Belgium, earning $8.6 million. In Belgium, Tintin's country of origin, the film made $520,000, while France provided $4.6 million, a number higher than other similar Wednesday debuts. In France, it was the second best debut of the year for its first day after Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2. On its first weekend it topped the overseas box office with $56.2 million from 21 countries. In Belgium, it earned $1.99 million. It also earned the top spot in many major markets like France and the Maghreb region ($21 million), where it set a record opening weekend for an animated title, the UK, Ireland and Malta ($10.9 million), Germany ($4.71 million) and Spain ($3.75 million). It retained first place for a second-consecutive and final weekend, earning $39.0 million from 45 territories. In its native Belgium it was up 20% to $2.39 million, while in France it plummeted 61% to $8.42 million. Its biggest debut was in Russia and the CIS ($4.81 million).

The movie grossed 7.5 crore (US$1.5 million) on its opening weekend (November 11–13, 2011) in India, an all-time record opening for a Steven Spielberg film and for an animated feature in India. The movie was released with 351 prints, the largest ever release for an animated film. In four weeks, it became the highest-grossing animated film of all time in the country with 25.4 crore (US$5.07 million).

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