Cabbage Film Factory’s VFX team made its name in the advertising business, but that’s not all we can do. Our growing reputation means we’re increasingly being asked to take on bigger projects—and how could we refuse to be part of these exciting ventures? Read about one of our recent assignments in the world of feature films.
What do you do when your scenery’s in LA but your leading lady is in Budapest? Call Cabbage Film Factory of course! Read on to find out how we helped out some cool guys from the City of Angels and worked on French Montana’s latest music video production.
An email from Italy in the afternoon was all it took for Cabbage to swing into action. Willem Dafoe was in town with just enough space in his busy schedule for a photoshoot. Could we help? Within 24 hours, we were welcoming the Numero Homme Berlin team who arrived in Budapest from Milan, Berlin and Paris—and everything went like clockwork from there. Mission accompl
Sam Fischer’s music videos are not only good to listen to, but also look great. They are filled with so much emotion and matching, well-composed scenes that make them worth watching and discovering every little detail in the shots. The mastermind behind the scenes is none other than the visionary director, Sashinski, who invited us to his new project.
The UK’s top-selling premium gin, Whitley Neill, has been getting some of Cabbage Film Factory’s VFX magic. We teamed up with the London-based production company Odelay films to lend our visual effects expertise in their recent TVC project. Find out how it went...
We were recently involved in the production of a world-class, unofficial hamburger commercial from Budapest that was shortlisted for a Young Director's Award at Cannes this year. Read all about it.
Our headquarters building recently underwent a full modernisation to keep pace with technological advances, our clients’ needs and the latest environmental standards. Find out more about our studio makeover and why it makes sense to future-proof our infrastructure.