The 5th Wave


Director J Blakeson selected Picturemill to create a ending sequence to leave the audience with an eerie, beautiful, unspecific feeling to conclude his alien invasion movie. Using props from the film, Picturemill captured unexpected and unusual images and shots of the familiar objects. The Rorschach-like sequence kept the audience uncertain about what was before their eyes, in an experience similar to the characters in the film.



The Art of the Deal: The Movie

Prison Break


Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Feed the Beast

Gloria Sanchez Productions

Good Universe

Hawaii Five-0

The Last Witch Hunter

The 5th Wave

Dracula Untold: VFX Breakdown

Panic Room

Perfect World

Los Angeles Media Fund

Point Break

Rovio Animation

The Big Short

The Boss

Wayward Pines Season 2

Terminator: Genisys

Spongebob 2: Sponge Out of Water

What is Jazz?


Smirnoff “Yours for the Making”

Skydance Productions


Gettin' Rad

Screen Gems



New Line Cinema

The Gambler

Nike/NFL "Transform"

21 Laps

Yo-Kai Watch

Wayward Pines Season 1

War of the Worlds

Ubisoft "Shape Up"

The Haves and Have Nots

The Visit

The Other Guys

Hotel Transylvania

Hotel Transylvania 2

Rosemary’s Baby

Paper Towns

Muppets Most Wanted


Journey 2: The Mysterious Island

Hotel for Dogs

Gary Sanchez Productions

Furry Vengeance

Fast Five

Dracula Untold: Film

Casa De Mi Padre

The Big Bang Theory

Apatow Productions

AOL "Brands"

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

Nike/NFL "Assemble"


Touchstone Pictures

The Wolverine

The Heat

Ride Along


Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb

Jimmy Kimmel Austin

Intrepid Pictures

Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters


Green Hornet

Friends with Benefits


Drag Me to Hell

Can-Am “Tour of the Machine”

Can-Am “Facts 2011”

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day