Academy Award-winning global creative studio Framestore plans to build on its Indian presence with the opening of a full digital production facility in Mumbai next year.
Drawing on India’s growing creative talent pool, the studio will be located in the Nesco IT Park in Goregaon, putting it at the heart of Mumbai’s technology district.
The news is reflective of Framestore’s continued ambitions in India, after having made a major investment in Jesh Krishna Murthy’s VFX Studio, Anibrain, in 2017.
“Mumbai represents a rolling of wheels that were set in motion over two years ago,” said Framestore’s founder and CEO, Sir William Sargent. “Our investment in Anibrain has grown considerably and we continue in our partnership with Jesh Krishna Murthy to develop and grow that business. Indeed, they will become a valued production partner to our Mumbai offering.”
Framestore looks to make considerable hires in the coming months, aiming to More