Millennium FX

Millennium FX is an award-winning UK studio led by Neill Gorton and Rob Mayor, which works with the best designers, artists and engineers to create animatronic special effects. Countless film and television productions have relied on Millennium FX’s expertise and products. […]

Biography / Millennium FX

Millennium FX is an award-winning UK studio led by Neill Gorton and Rob Mayor, which works with the best designers, artists and engineers to create animatronic special effects. Countless film and television productions have relied on Millennium FX’s expertise and products.

About their UN Biennale artwork // “Gorilla”
The expertise of Millennium FX includes prosthetics, character makeup, animatronics, creature effects work special costumes, dolls/dummies, horror or blood effects , consultancy and specialist training. Millennium FX provided prosthetics and effects for Saving Private Ryan, Gravity and Frankenstein. Animatronics are the meeting ground between art and technology and on the occasion of the UN Biennial Millennium FX presents an interactive sculpture, a machine, which demonstrates with finely tuned and adjusted technology what we are capable of.

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