Animal Logic

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Animal Logic
Company typeSubsidiary
IndustryCGI, visual effects and animation
Motion pictures
Founded26 July 1991; 32 years ago (1991-07-26)
Founders
  • Zareh Nalbandian
  • Chris Godfrey
HeadquartersSydney, New South Wales,
Number of locations
Rideback Ranch, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Key people
Karen Toliver (Netflix VP of Animation Film)[1]
Products
Number of employees
800 (2022)[2]
ParentNetflix Animation (2022–present)
Divisions
  • Animal Logic Entertainment
  • Truant Pictures
Websitewww.animallogic.com

Animal Logic is an Australian animation and visual effects digital studio based at Disney Studios in Sydney, New South Wales in Australia, Vancouver in Canada, and Rideback Ranch[3] in Los Angeles, California. Established in 1991, Animal Logic has produced visual effects and animation for feature films such as the Academy Award-winning Happy Feet, Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole, Walking with Dinosaurs 3D, The Lego Movie[4] and Peter Rabbit. The company was also recognised for its work as lead visual effects vendor on Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby, which won Outstanding Achievement in Visual Effects at the 3rd AACTA Awards ceremony. In 2018, Peter Rabbit was presented with a range of accolades, including the AACTA Award for Best Visual Effects or Animation,[5] and Australian Production Design Guild Awards (APDG) in Visual Effects Design and Drawing, Concept Illustration & Concept Models for Screen.[6] Most recently, the company has produced work for the Warner Animation Group's The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part and Marvel Studios' Captain Marvel. It is a subsidiary of Netflix.

Initially, Animal Logic's core business was the design and production of high-end visual effects for commercials and television programs, and early success within these fields provided a platform for expansion into feature film work. Animal Logic went on to produce visual effects for many large budget feature film projects, including Babe, Babe: Pig in the City, The Matrix, Moulin Rouge!, Hero, House of Flying Daggers, Planet of the Apes, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, World Trade Center, Fool's Gold, 300, Knowing, Australia, Sucker Punch, The Great Gatsby, and many more.

History[edit]

Animal Logic's co-founder, Zareh Nalbandian, in 2009

In 1991, Zareh Nalbandian and Chris Godfrey formed and founded a digital studio in Crows Nest, Sydney, Australia.[citation needed] The company was born out of Video Paint Brush Company, which Nalbandian, who had worked there for a few years, and his colleague Godfrey acquired in a management buy-out and renamed Animal Logic.[7]

Animal Logic moved to Fox Studios Australia in Moore Park, Sydney, in 1998. In 2003, Animal Logic began work on its first computer-animated feature film, Happy Feet, for director George Miller.[8] Released in the United States on 17 November 2006, the project saw the company expand significantly, recruiting up to 300 artists and technicians from Australia and around the world. Happy Feet, which was the first computer animated feature film produced in Australia,[9] went on to win the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature as well as the inaugural BAFTA Award for Best Animated Film.[10][11]

Their full-length feature animation, Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole, was released on 24 September 2010 and was Australia's first animated feature to be released in 3D stereoscopic. From 2004 to 2007, the company produced bumpers for Cartoon Network.[12] In 2011, the company produced and animated LEGO Star Wars: The Padawan Menace, a 30-minute TV special.[13] Produced for Lucasfilm and Cartoon Network,[13] the special premiered in the United States on Cartoon Network and was followed by a worldwide DVD and Blu-ray release.[14] In 2012, Animal Logic acquired the assets of fellow Australian visual effects studio Fuel VFX,[15] known for their work on feature films such as Iron Man 3, Prometheus, The Avengers, Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol, Cowboys & Aliens, Captain America: The First Avenger and Thor. Fuel VFX was nominated for a Visual Effects Society Award[16] and a BAFTA Award for Best Special Visual Effects[17] for their work on Prometheus. 2012 also saw the release of the Animal Logic-animated "Polar Bowl" campaign, consisting of a 60-second and two 30-second commercials that aired at halftime at the Super Bowl XLVI.[18] The campaign aimed to re-launch the iconic Coca-Cola polar bear characters to a new generation. Following the success of the 3 spots, which were viewed by over 160 million people globally, the company went on to animate a 6-minute short film directed by John Stevenson to headline Coca-Cola's 2013 global campaign. The film was first released through YouTube in December 2012, followed by a worldwide international cinema release. In 2013, the company led animation and visual effects work on BBC Earth and Evergreen Films' 3D live action feature Walking with Dinosaurs 3D,[19]

In 2014, Animal Logic provided animation services for the 2014 film The Lego Movie,[20] which was produced by the Warner Animation Group and directed by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller. After the film's huge success, the company was split into three subsidiaries operating under the Animal Logic's group: Animal Logic Animation, Animal Logic VFX, and Animal Logic Entertainment, a Los Angeles-based arm tasked with developing animated, VFX and hybrid feature films for the company.[21] The following year, the company opened a 45,000 square feet (4,200 m2) facility in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The new studio initially produced work for The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, the first in a three-film deal with Warner Bros., all of which were to be developed in Canada.[22][23]

In July 2022, Netflix announced plans to acquire Animal Logic in an all-cash deal.[24][2]

In January 2024, it was announced that the studio would merge with Netflix Animation, with CEO Sharon Taylor resigning and Netflix Animation's Karen Toliver taking her place to lead the studio. This will not affect Animal Logic's upcoming slate or its branding and output as a subsidiary of Netflix.[25]

Filmography[edit]

Year Production Credit Studio Ref.
TBA Untitled Lego Movie film Production Company/Animation Studio Universal Pictures [26]
Zero Production Company/Animation Studio Warner Bros. Pictures
Warner Bros. Pictures Animation
[27][28]
Fortunately, the Milk Production Company 20th Century Studios (under Walt Disney Studios)
Infinitum Nihil
[29]
Astro Boy Production Company New Line Cinema
Warner Bros. Pictures
[30]
The Shrinking of Treehorn Production Company/Animation Studio Imagine Entertainment
Netflix
[31]
Rainbow Serpent Production Company Imagine Entertainment
Paramount Pictures
[32]
Toto Animation studio Warner Bros. Pictures
Warner Bros. Pictures Animation
[33]
2023 Leo Animation studio Netflix [34]
The Magician's Elephant Animation studio Netflix [34]
2022 DC League of Super-Pets Animation studio Warner Bros. Pictures
Warner Animation Group
[35]
2021 The Matrix Resurrections Visual effects Warner Bros. Pictures
Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway Production Company/Animation Studio Columbia Pictures
2019 Captain Marvel Visual Effects Marvel Studios [36]
The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part Production Company/Animation Studio Warner Bros. Pictures
Warner Animation Group
[37]
2018 Peter Rabbit Production Company/Animation Studio Columbia Pictures
Sony Pictures Animation
[38]
2017 The Lego Ninjago Movie Production Company/Animation Studio Warner Bros. Pictures
Warner Animation Group
[39]
The Lego Batman Movie Production Company/Animation Studio Warner Bros. Pictures
Warner Animation Group
[37]
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Visual Effects Marvel Studios [40]
Alien: Covenant Visual Effects 20th Century Fox [41]
2016 The Great Wall Visual Effects Universal Pictures
Legendary Pictures
[42]
Doctor Strange Visual Effects Marvel Studios [43]
The Divergent Series: Allegiant Visual Effects Summit Entertainment [44]
Captain America: Civil War Visual Effects Marvel Studios [45]
The Master Production Company Warner Bros. Pictures [46]
2015 Monk Comes Down the Mountain Visual Effects Columbia Pictures [47]
Avengers: Age of Ultron Visual Effects Marvel Studios [48]
The Divergent Series: Insurgent Visual Effects Summit Entertainment [49]
2014 Unbroken Visual Effects Universal Pictures
Legendary Pictures
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day Visual Effects Walt Disney Pictures
The Rover Visual Effects A24 [50]
The Lego Movie Production Company/Animation Studio Warner Bros. Pictures
Warner Animation Group
Village Roadshow Pictures
X-Men: Days of Future Past Visual Effects 20th Century Fox [51]
2013 Walking with Dinosaurs 3D Animation Studio 20th Century Fox
The Great Gatsby Visual Effects Warner Bros. Pictures
Iron Man 3 Visual Effects Marvel Studios [52]
2012 The Polar Bears Production Company/Animation Studio The Coca-Cola Company [53]
2011 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 3D Digital Services Warner Bros. Pictures [54]
Sucker Punch Visual Effects Warner Bros. Pictures
Lego Star Wars: The Padawan Menace Production Company Lucasfilm
2010 Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole Production Company/Animation Studio Warner Bros. Pictures
Village Roadshow Pictures
2009 Knowing Visual Effects Summit Entertainment
2008 Australia Visual Effects 20th Century Fox
The Black Balloon Visual Effects Icon Entertainment International
Fool's Gold Visual Effects Warner Bros. Pictures
2007 28 Weeks Later Digital Visual Effects 20th Century Fox
Clubland Front Title Design N/A
Crocodile Dreaming Special Effects Company N/A
2006 300 Visual Effects Warner Bros. Pictures
Charlotte's Web Film Scanning Paramount Pictures
Happy Feet Production Company/Animation Studio Warner Bros. Pictures
Village Roadshow Pictures
David Tench Tonight Animation Network Ten
World Trade Center Additional Visual Effects Paramount Pictures
The Silence Visual Effects N/A
Aquamarine Visual Effects 20th Century Fox
2005 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Visual Effects Warner Bros. Pictures
The Cave Additional Previsualization Screen Gems
The Great Raid Visual Effects Miramax Films
Stealth Visual Effects Columbia Pictures
Little Fish Visual Effects Icon Film Distribution
2004 Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars Visual Effects The Jim Henson Company
Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid Opening Titles Screen Gems
My Sister Digital Film Transfer N/A
House of Flying Daggers Visual Effects Sony Pictures Classics
2003 XMA: Xtreme Martial Arts Special Effects Company N/A
In the Cut Visual Effects Pathe
Screen Gems
Danny Deckchair Titles and Opticals Lionsgate
The Matrix Reloaded Visual Effects Warner Bros. Pictures
Swimming Upstream Special Effects Company Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Darkness Falls Special Effects Company Revolution Studios
Columbia Pictures
2002 Ang agimat: Anting-anting ni Lolo Digital Tape to Film Transfer Imus Productions
Hero Special Effects Company Sil-Metropole Organisation
Garage Days Special Effects Company Fox Searchlight Pictures
The Quiet American Special Effects Company Miramax Films
Mano Po Digital Tape To Film Transfer Regal Entertainment
The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course VFX and CGI Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Rabbit-Proof Fence Visual Effects Becker Entertainment
2001 Charlotte Gray Special Effects Company Working Title Films
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Visual Effects New Line Cinema
Planet of the Apes Special Effects Company 20th Century Fox
Moulin Rouge! Special Effects Company 20th Century Fox
South Pacific Visual Effects ABC
2000 Chopper Special Effects Company Mushroom Pictures
Devi Putrudu Scanning Sumanth Art Productions
Mr. Accident Visual Effects United Artists
1999 Me Myself I Visual Effects and CGI Sony Pictures Classics
Holy Smoke! Special Effects Company Miramax Films
The Incredible Genie Digital Effects N/A
Strange Planet Title Design And Production, Visual Effects New Vision Films
The Matrix Special Effects Company Warner Bros. Pictures
Farscape Visual Effects The Jim Henson Company
1998 The Thin Red Line Special Effects Company 20th Century Fox
Babe: Pig in the City Special Effects Company Universal Pictures
In the Winter Dark Special Effects Company Goalpost Pictures
1997 Mouse Hunt Additional Visual Effects DreamWorks Pictures
Heaven's Burning Digital Opticals N/A
Thank God He Met Lizzie Title Design N/A
Face/Off Additional Visual Effects, Titles Paramount Pictures
Touchstone Pictures
Blackrock Special Effects Company PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
1995 Babe Special Effects Company Universal Pictures
1994 Little Women Title Design Columbia Pictures
1991 The Girl From Tomorrow Visual Effects Film Australia [55]

Awards[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Award Title
2018 APDG Award in Visual Effects Design Peter Rabbit
2018 APDG Award in Drawing, Concept Illustration & Concept Models for Screen Peter Rabbit
2018 AACTA Award for Best Visual Effects or Animation[56] Peter Rabbit
2015 AACTA Award for Best Visual Effects or Animation[56] The LEGO Batman Movie
2014 BAFTA Award for Best Animated Film[57] The LEGO Movie
2014 AACTA Award for Best Visual Effects or Animation[56] The LEGO Movie
2014 Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Animated Feature[58] The LEGO Movie
2014 BAFTA Children's Award for Best Feature Film 2014[59] The LEGO Movie
2014 New York Film Critics Circle for Best Animated Film of the Year[60] The LEGO Movie
2013 AACTA Award for Outstanding Achievement in Visual Effects[61] The Great Gatsby
2013 AEAF Award for Visual Effects[62] The Great Gatsby
2011 AACTA Award for Best Visual Effects[63] Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole
2009 AFI Award for Best Visual Effects Australia
2008 Satellite Award for Best Visual Effects Australia
2007 Washington, DC Area Film Critic Award for Best Animated Film of the Year Happy Feet
2007 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award: Best Animation Happy Feet
2007 Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Happy Feet
2007 New York Film Critics Circle for Best Animated Film of the Year Happy Feet
2007 New York Film Critics Online for Best Animated Film of the Year Happy Feet
2005 Satellite Award for Best Visual Effects House of Flying Daggers
2005 AIMIA Awards, Finalist – Best Entertainment Award Category Stealth
2003 Satellite Award for Best Visual Effects Moulin Rouge!

Design[edit]

Year Award Title
2012 Silver Award Awards for Craft in Film (Animation) SBS: Seven Billion Stories and Counting
2007 World Gold Medal for Most Innovative Music Video Telemetry Orchestra, Under the Cherry Tree
2006 AEAF Award, Best Music Video Telemetry Orchestra, Under the Cherry Tree
2005 Digital Imaging Awards for Best Print Advertising Melbourne Smirnoff, Letterbar
2005 ATV Award for Best Program Subtitle Sequence Spicks and Specks
2005 ATV Award for Best Image Promotion, Highly Commended Cartoon Network
2005 ATV Award for Best Program Subtitle Sequence, Highly Commended Margaret and David at the Movies
2004 New York Festivals Award for Best Promotions Spot Cartoon Network

Industry[edit]

Year Award
2014 Inaugural NSW Creative Laureate[64]
2013 51st Australian Export Awards, Creative Industries Award[65]
2013 51st Australian Export Awards, Creative Industries Award[65]
2013 Premier's NSW Exporter of the Year Award[66]
2012 Australia Network Arts and Entertainment Exporter of the Year Award[67]
2012 Premier's NSW Exporter of the Year Award (Arts and Entertainment)[68]
2010 AFI Byron Kennedy Award for Outstanding Creative Enterprise[69]

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