Vine FX delivers seamless VFX for BBC’s The Serpent
The Cambridge-based visual effects company announced their delivery of 500 shots for The Serpent, BBC One’s new eight-part mini series.
Vine FX has announced their delivery of 500 shots for The Serpent, BBC One’s new eight-part mini series. Filmed in Thailand and the UK, The Serpent takes inspiration from real-life events of infamous French fraudster and serial killer Charles Sobhraj (Tahar Rahim), and stars Jenna Coleman as accomplice Marie-Andree Leclerc.
In a BBC interview, Lead Director Tom Shankland recalls how camp-fire stories were shared of a Frenchman, rumored to be at the heart of multiple disappearances of fellow travelers. Meticulous research was conducted in order to remain truthful and respectful to the recent historical past. Writer Richard Warlow scripted the series with Toby Finlay and it was co-directed by Hans Herbots.