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Check out our work on new drama, Troy: Fall of a City, every Saturday at 9:10pm on BBC One! The first episode is available on iPlayer so catch up now to be ready for the next seven episodes, all of which feature epic Lola VFX!
Now available on demand is series one of Sky Atlantic's new drama Britannia. Set in 43AD, the series is a "captivating, anarchic drama" that follows the Roman army as they attempt to "crush the Celtic heart of Britannia." With stunning visual effects by our team, Britannia is an easy binge watch. (Also streaming on NOW TV)
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Another David Walliam’s production is coming to your screens this New Years Day! Grandpa’s Great Escape will be on BBC1 at 6:55pm, with more fantastic visual effects by the Lola team. Don’t miss it!
Watch Sky One this Christmas Eve (Sunday December 24th) at 6pm for the TV adaptation of David Walliam’s best-selling children’s book Ratburger!
Starring Walliams, Sheridan Smith and Mark Benton, Ratburger follows the story of a young girl called Zoe, who discovers a baby rat in her bedroom. Zoe names him Armitage and they quickly become friends, especially when she discovers that he is no ordinary rat - he's a rat that can dance! Zoe wants to show off her rodent pal's skills at the school talent show, but her stepmother and shifty burger man Burt have other ideas. Most of which involve a mincer and putting rat burgers on the menu...
The fantastic team here at Lola helped to bring Armitage the dancing rat to life, so be sure to tune in this Christmas Eve!
Lola's Creative Director Rob Harvey talks to the UK Screen Association
13:00 Friday 10th June - Rob Harvey will be speaking at the 'VFX Masterclass: Film' Seminar for The Media Production Show http://mediaproductionshow.com/
BBC's A Midsummer Night's Dream aired last night. Check out our work on our website: http://www.lola-post.com/project/a-midsummer-nights-dream/
Watch our latest work in Russell T Davies’ adaptation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Monday 30th May BBC1