A Good Day to Die Hard

The 5th in the series, shade teamed up with Fox and Supervisor Everett Burrell to create CG set extensions, helicopter enhancements and weapons fire for this action packed sequel.


A dramatization of the 1980 joint CIA-Canadian secret operation to extract six fugitive American diplomatic personnel out of revolutionary Iran.

Shade teamed up with Warner Bros. and Method LA to implement set extensions, and create difficult comp reconstructions for this epic historical action film.


The story of Jackie Robinson, the first African-American to play in American Major League Baseball, focusing on the two years of his life after he entered the game in 1947.

Shade teamed up with Warner Bros. to provide extensive beauty work, set extensions and cleanup to help bring this historic epic into the proper place and time.


After seeing shade’s amazing work in “Behind The Candelabra” Jon Favreau’s team got shade on board to handle all of the graphics and vfx for his upcoming indie extravaganza “Chef”. From CG foodtrucks to photoreal storytelling through social media, shade provided Favreau with the magic he needed to tell this great story.

Fright Night

For shade’s stereoscopic effects debut, we once again teamed up with Dreamworks to deliver just under 100 stereo effects shots for Craig Gillespie’s “Fright Night”. Collaborating closely with Dreamworks VFX Supervisor: Joe Bauer, shade created virtual fire, explosions, blood and more to add a 3D punch to this horror classic remake.