Commissioned by Netflix and created by Tim Miller and David Fincher, Love, Death & Robots is a collection of 18 animated short stories that span the science fiction, fantasy, horror and comedy genres. The production united a global animation community, calling on the talents and unique perspectives of innovative animation studios, directors and artists from around the world – and we were delighted to be involved!
Zima Blue is a ten minute episode within Love, Death & Robots, directed by Robert Valley and produced by Cara Speller. Based on the original short story by Alastair Reynolds, Zima Blue is set thousands of years in the future and follows Claire Markham, a journalist invited to witness the unveiling of the artist Zima’s final piece. Zima is a colossal figure in the art world and a truly enigmatic individual – an exclusive interview is impossible to refuse. Claire accepts the invitation and discovers the origins of Zima’s existence, his journey to find his own truth, and the root of his obsession with the colour “Zima Blue”.
Watch the full episode on Netflix NOW.
Our Coronavirus Response
Like everyone, we have been keeping a close eye on the evolving impact that Coronavirus is having on our industry. Our first priority will always be the health, safety, and wellbeing of our colleagues and the people we work with. We will be following expert advice as it is released to make sure we respond in a safe and responsible way.
We are fortunate to work in an industry and with a craft that lends itself easily to working remotely and we have taken the decision to ask our team to do so. Passion remains open to new opportunities and we're here to meet our clients needs to help them through the challenges we’re all facing. We have tested our remote systems and are confident there will be no significant impact to our production output or efficiency.
You can get hold of us on all of the usual phone numbers and emails and we will keep you up to date with any future measures we may implement.
Stay healthy and we’ll see you soon.