Cursed - VFX Breakdown by Freefolk

Cursed - VFX Breakdown by Freefolk

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Cursed - VFX Breakdown by Freefolk

Check out this amazing & insightful VFX Breakdown "Cursed" by the talented team at Freefolk. For more information, please see the details and links below :


Freefolk has delivered of a significant number of visual effects shots for the Netflix series Cursed. Based on the young-adult novel by Frank Miller and Thomas Wheeler, Cursed tells the story of Nimue, a young sorceress whom scholars believe is destined to become the formidable and mysterious Lady of the Lake. The series’ cast includes Katherine Langford (Nimue), Devon Terrell (Arthur) and Gustaf Skarsgård (Merlin). Set in the Arthurian legendarium, the show is a gritty fantasy series that required vast and varied VFX to create a believable re-imagination of the mythical world.

The Freefolk team - led by VFX supervisor Steve Murgatroyd, head of CG Harin Hirani and VFX executive producer Meg Guidon - were tasked with creating large scale environments for the Fey Camp, the Weeping Monk and the Convent of Yvoire, along with a fully-CG, photoreal fawn, CG set extensions, storm atmospherics, elements and intricate design work for the Fingers of Airimid. In total, the studio delivered more than 200 shots for the series.

Cursed is the latest hit series from Netflix and HBO, starring Katherine Langford (13 Reasons Why) as Nimue and Devon Terrell (Barry) as King Arthur.

Armed with mysterious powers and a legendary sword, young rebel Nimue joins forces with charming mercenary Arthur on a mission to save her people.



Production Company


Post Producer

Meg Guidon

VFX Supervisor

Steve Murgatroyd

Lead CG

Harin Hirani

Lead Nuke

Simon-Pierre Puech

Line Producer

Giacomo Sotgiu

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