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Surreal World
Subsidiary of Francis Digital Studios pty ltd.
Industry Entertainment Visual effects Animation
Founded 1995
Headquarters Richmond, Melbourne, Australia
Key people
John Francis

Surreal World is a leading Australian visual effects and animation studio based in Melbourne, Australia. It was founded in 1995 as the creative studio of award-winning Melbourne artist, composer, animator, and filmmaker, John Francis. From beginnings creating short films such as the award-winning animated canine in "Tug Wilson" (1996) and the cycling elephants in "Baby Elephants Day Out" (1998), work for clients followed with music clips, visual effects and animation for TV commercials, TV series and feature films.

Surreal World operates a visual effects and animation services facility for the film, television, advertising, and corporate industries, and an entertainment production studio, developing a slate of entertainment projects. Surreal World creates visual effects and animation for major Australian TV and theatrically released feature films such as "The Cup" (2011), the Australian Box Office hits "Paper Planes" (2014) and "Oddball" (2015). Surreal World also creates visual effects for many of Australia's high profile and multi award-winning TV series including the Emmy award-winning "Nowhere Boys" (2013 - 2018), the TV Mini Series "Barracuda" (2016), and the award-winning TV shows "Wentworth" (2013 - 2018), and "A Place To Call Home" (2015 - 2018). The studio is currently creating visual effects for the final season of both "Nowhere Boys" and "A Place To Call Home", and the feature film "Ride Like A Girl" set for release in 2019.

Selected Credits - Feature Film and TV

Ride Like A Girl (2018)

Wentworth - Series 7 (2018)

A Place To Call Home - Series 6 (2018)

Nowhere Boys - Series 4 (2018)

Homecoming Queens (2018)

Wentworth - Series 6 (2017)

A Place To Call Home - Series 5 (2017)

Home And Away (2017)

Nowhere Boys - Series 3 (2017)

Home And Away (2016)

A Place To Call Home - Series 4 (2016)

Barracuda (2016)

Wentworth - Series 4 (2016)

Nowhere Boys Movie - The Book Of Shadows (2016)

Home And Away (2015)

A Place To Call Home - Series 3 (2015)

Oddball (2015)

Nowhere Boys - Series 2 (2015)

Winter - TV Series (2014)

Paper Planes (2014)

Wentworth - Series 3 (2014)

The Killing Field - Mini Series (2014)

Maximum Choppage (2014)

The Menkoff Method (2014)

Wentworth - Series 2 (2014)

The Worst Year Of My Life Again (2014)

Nowhere Boys - Series 1(2013)

The Turning (2013)

Fatal Honeymoon (2012)

Gallipoli From Above (2012)

Kath and Kimderella (2012)

The Cup (2011)

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This page was last edited on 1 September 2018, at 02:27
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