VFX studio Milk has opened a new studio in Barcelona, Spain.
The studio’s creative team is led by Milk 2D supervisor Jorge Oliva Ruiz de Leon. Ruiz de Leon has worked at Milk in London and Barcelona for nine years, following stints at MPC and Framestore and an early career in Spain. His credits include Guardians of the Galaxy, RoboCop, Adrift, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and most recently MeTime and The Woman King.
Milk’s new Barcelona Studio is in the @22 district in Poble Nou, an area known for innovation, tech and VFX with the FX Barcelona Film School located in the district.
The studio will operate as a hub for Milk Spain’s hybrid, remote and studio-based team, leveraging Milk’s London infrastructure.
The opening follows Milk’s acquisition of Lola Post Production last year and the recent launches of studios in Bordeaux and Dublin.
Jag Mundi, Milk executive chairman said: “We are delighted to be opening in Spain. It is a country with a thriving VFX industry, great talent and potential. With the network of studios we will now have, we can become a truly European studio able to access and develop talent and enhance our premium offering to our clients.”
Milk’s recent credits include Sony/TriStar’s The Woman King, Sally El Housaini’s The Swimmers, Amazon’s Three Pines and Working Title/Studio Canal’s What’s Love Got To Do With It.