Category Archives: TV and FILM

Scenes of an Adult Nature

The London Short Film Festival 2012 opens this weekend, so we thought we would share some of the film title and motion design work we did for Scenes of an Adult Nature – a short film that is screening at this years LSFF.

Directed and produced by Darwin Shaw and Samantha Whittaker, the film follows married couple Rose (Alex Childs) and Tom (John Hopkins) through a rocky evening while an earthquake shakes London.

The films title plays on the word nature, reflecting both the physical and emotional content of the film. We therefore created an unravelling motion with the text, which is intended to echo the delicacy of human nature.

In contrast, the word ‘Adult’ is abruptly punched out and punctuated with a flash of skin, implying confrontation and censorship and giving a hint to the cause of the couple’s problem.

You can catch Scenes of an Adult Nature screening in the ‘Fucked Up Love‘ program this Saturday 7th Jan at Curzon Soho as part of the London Short Film Festival 2012. You can buy tickets via the Curzon website here.

If you’d like to find out more, check out the full sequence here or for more examples of our work visit . If you’re in need of a title sequence or title design for your production, why not give us a call on 0208 891 4537.


Posted in TV and FILM | Comments Off

Sherlock Series 2

Towards the end of 2011 we worked with Hartswood Films on their already multi-award winning and BAFTA scooping BBC hit TV drama Sherlock starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as Dr Watson and written by the great Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss.

For Sherlock series 2 we were asked to create a handful of motion graphics and animated elements for both the first episode ‘A Scandal in Belgravia’ and the third episode. These involved some 3D modelling, animation, illustration, graphic design, interface design, live action and even a bit of jewellery making.

For episode 1 ‘A Scandal in Belgravia’, we created a 3D visualisation for one of Sherlock’s problem-solving thought processes. This required making an x-ray style 3D model of a Boeing 747 which peels back to reveal a coded seating plan.

We also created a set of icons to be used in a mobile phone graphic sequence.


Check out some of our work for Episode 3 ‘The Reichenbach Fall’ here. A full case study will follow in a few weeks and be displayed in the TV and Film section of our main website so watch this space.

If you would like to find out more about our on-screen graphics and animation please see our site or to discuss how pleasefindattached could help your production please call Stephen or Nel on 0208 891 4537.

Alternatively follow us in all the usual ways:

Twitter @pfa_studio


Posted in TV and FILM | Comments Off

PFA TV & Film graphics

Having worked on a number of TV and film productions over the last 5 years, we have now brought together our full motion graphics offering in a dedicated TV & Film graphics section on our website.

A set of showreels tailored to our specialist areas of; playback graphics, drop-in graphics, branding & idents and title sequences, showcase the varied projects we have worked on alongside a simple description of the scope within each area.

Though this new section of the website is targeted at the TV and film industry, it is also relevant for corporate clients as we produce a lot of motion graphics work for events and conferences.

Click here to have a look

Please give Stephen a call on 0208 891 4537 if you would like to discuss possibilities for your production.

Posted in pfa news, TV and FILM, WEB | Comments Off

Ghost in the Machine

We have been working with a couple of short films recently and the first to screen is ‘Ghost in the Machine’, which we have designed the posters for. It is a beautifully shot story about a lonely farmer’s daughter that turns the tables on her domineering father with the help of an unexpected new friend.

It has been a great project to be involved with and we look forward to following its progress.

Posted in ILLUSTRATION, PRINT, TV and FILM | Comments Off