Everything Everywhere All At Once: The Bafta-nominated visual effects created at home – BBC News

Everything Everywhere All At Once was lauded as one of 2022’s most exciting films – with Oscar-nominated lead actress Michelle Yeoh taking viewers on a frenzied, heartfelt exploration of love, family and tax misery in the multiverse.

The film’s trippy visual effects were the work of a small team of VFX artists and filmmakers, who had to swap editing suites for bedrooms during the Covid pandemic.

BBC Click spoke to the team about their eye-popping screen creations.

This film is from BBC Click – the BBC’s flagship weekly technology programme.

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