Virtual production studio Dimension has secured a multi-million-pound investment from US-based private equity firm Growth Catalyst Partners (GCP).

Dimension’s credits include Masters of the Air (Apple), Whitney Houston biopic I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Sony Pictures), and the forthcoming Those About to Die (Peacock) and Here (Sony Pictures).

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Dimension has secured an investment from GCP

The virtual production studio said the investment would lead to the expansion of its UK and global production capabilities.

For GCP, the Dimension investment adds to its portfolio of innovative creative studios including Squint/Opera, ICRAVE, and Journey.

Last month, Dimension expanded its partnership with visual entertainment services company DNEG, to create DNEG 360, alongside the debut of its two studios in London and Rome.

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Simon Windsor, co-Founder and co-CEO of Dimension, said: “Dimension has built one of the largest and most experienced virtual production teams and, as demand for our services continues to grow, we are thrilled to partner with the exceptional team at GCP to invest in our exciting roadmap and the expansion of our UK and global production capabilities.”

James O’Callaghan, Managing Director at Growth Catalyst Partners, added: “Dimension is leading the next generation of content creation and filmmaking. It’s grown from a small UK studio to a global production provider that has become indispensable to major Hollywood studios and new forms of entertainment experiences, offering efficient pipelines and technologies that deliver incredible results.

“GCP has a history of partnering with ambitious teams and progressive high-growth companies. We’re excited to become part of Dimension’s journey and believe this investment will accelerate the team’s development of new technologies and growth into new markets.”

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