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London's star billing in Gravity Oscars

Blockbuster Gravity reached new heights - not only in the award stakes, but technical achievements too. Despite the very convincing end product the space needed to shoot this movie was a lot less than you'd think. In fact, much of the magic was produced here in London at this production company nestled in the windy streets of Soho. It's hard to believe that most of what you see in Gravity on the big screen was done on a small screen from behind a desk. Framestore's Alexis Wajsbrot was the Effects Supervisor on Gravity: SOUNDBITE: Alexis Wajsbrot, Framestore Effects Supervisor, saying (English): ''One of the main things about Gravity is its full CG, so the cloth, the suit, the body, everything is CG, and then the thing was to put the face into our 3D software, so we had full freedom to control the arms, the legs and reanimate everything.'' Although they may have saved on the studio space, they certainly didn't scrimp on the staff It took 4

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