Dark Matters: Season 2 & 3
" Dark Matters - Twisted But True offers a fascinating insight into moments of scientific history where individuals went to extreme measures to achieve a breakthrough. It's impossible to turn away from these true stories that you always assumed were just outlandish urban legends."
The original Canadian series candidly chronicles first-person accounts of UFO sightings, alien encounters and abductions. In each episode, dramatic reenactments recount stunning real-life unexplained alien experiences, taking viewers on a thrilling – and sometimes terrifying – journey.
Greatest Tank Battles: Season 1
Greatest Tank Battles is a series chronicling the most significant tank battles in history, told through first person accounts and illustrated with stunning visuals.
Dark Matters: Season 1
The artistic vision for the series called for an understated surreal quality which ACME designed, created and implemented, including the virtual sets for over 90 purely CG environments.
Produced by eOne Televsion for History Television (Can). 28 Heroes is the true story of the heroic actions of 2nd platoon, “A” company on November 2, 1951. This small group of men were able to hold off hundreds of Chinese attackers for more than 10 hours, preventing the enemy to overtake a key position. Acme created shots combining live action and CG elements, as well as complete CGI shots.
" Cutting-edge CGI recreations enable viewers to witness the pivotal moments when brilliant minds face controversy or ethical crossroads on the fringes of science.."− The Science Channel
"...the CGI and green screen wizardry of Toronto-based Acme Digital Pictures is both sophisticated and restrained… "− Vinay Menon Staff Reporter, The Toronto Star
"...and the key moments of the battle are brilliantly recreated using CGI techniques as well as extras for both sides."− James Bawden -TV critic
"...the tank battle is carefully reconstructed with 3D computer animation (CGI). This is animation to match any found in the best combat computer or video games, and it adds great clarity to showing how the battle played out. I suspect this will be a strength of the series ...."− Jay Wertz -Armchair General