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The Pursuit of Love - VFX Breakdown by Outpost VFX
The Pursuit of Love - VFX Breakdown by Outpost VFX

The Pursuit of Love - VFX Breakdown by Outpost VFX

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The Pursuit of Love - VFX Breakdown by Outpost VFX

Check out this amazing & insightful VFX Breakdown "The Pursuit of Love" by the talented team at Outpost VFX. For more information, please see the details and links below :

The Pursuit of Love VFX Breakdown

This was the question posed to Emily Mortimer, who is well known for her prior acting roles in Shutter Island, Lars and the Real Girl and Mary Poppins Returns. She wrote and directed the BBC / Amazon adaptation of The Pursuit of Love, which stars Lily James, Emily Beecham, Andrew Scott and Dominic West and debuted on BBC One in May 2021.

Mortimer recently told The Guardian: "God knows, probably if Nancy Mitford saw it, she’d be turning in her grave. I wanted to feel the excitement and the danger and the longing, the kind of irreverence I feel when I’m reading the book. I was trying all the time to think of ways of communicating that visually."

With a contemporary soundtrack, whimsical air and stylised look that's reminiscent of someone like Wes Anderson, Mortimer's version of The Pursuit of Love strays a long way from similar adaptations set during the same period between the two World Wars.

But then, the novel itself is more progressive than many would expect. As Mortimer herself said in the same Guardian interview, “I was just so struck by how wickedly funny, completely allergic to earnestness, how radical it still feels about women. It just felt like a breath of air, you just felt forgiven reading it.”

Outpost were enlisted to support Emily Mortimer and the production team at Moonage Pictures to help get a very specific style across and enhance many of the miniseries' sequences with DMP work and CG environments.

"The Pursuit of Love was a really interesting project both creatively and technically," explains Cale Pugh, VFX Supervisor.

"The show has its own style and Emily was keen that all the VFX belonged in the world she had envisaged. For us it was important to make everything feel real but within a heightened reality that fits seamlessly into the aesthetic of the show.

"The opening shot in episode one is a good example of this where we needed it to be London in the 1940s with factories and smoke, but still light, vibrant and not Dickensian. To achieve this we drew influence from Pre-Raphaelite paintings.

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The Pursuit of Love VFX

The Pursuit of Love VFX Breakdown

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