Eden FX Announces New Projects

By Caillan
September 17, 2003 - 9:38 AM

Eden FX, the company behind Enterprise's Emmy Award-winning visual effects, has been tapped to provide effects for several new television projects.

The effects house contributed several FX shots to the new JAG spin-off, Navy CIS, which investigates crimes relating to Navy and Marine Corps personnel, according to a press release. Eden FX's wizards created a digital Air Force One, runway, cars and even people for the new CBS drama series. Navy CSI will premiere on September 23.

Aircraft were also a major theme in the Paramount TV pilot Homeland Security. Eden FX was ask to produce digital fighter jets and commerical aircraft for the pilot, which also required several battle sequences.

The company was also tapped to produce effects for a TNT original movie, Wilder Days, which is scheduled to air on October 13. The film, in which a man tells his grandchildren about his past, required Eden FX to create dream and "story book" sequences.

Eden FX's special effects team have received a total of five Emmy nominations for their work on Enterprise during the past two seasons. "Broken Bow", "Breaking the Ice", "Dead Stop", "The Crossing" and "The Expanse" all scored nods, with "Broken Bow" taking home the gong at the 2002 Emmys.

The original press release is available at Creative Planet Communities.

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