Bespoke Flame effect for Sculpture
EMF were commissioned to manufacture a bespoke flame effect system for installation into an overseas Bronze Sculpture.
The Dark Knight Rises European Premiere
I’ll set the scene. On a damp Wednesday afternoon, a giant, demolished bat mask landed in the centre of Leicester Square. If you pair that strange occurrence with fire canons, a flaming bat symbol and hundreds of fans, it could only mean one thing. THE DARK KNIGHT RISES European premiere was about to begin – and did it go off with a bang!
Posted on Jul 19 2012 – 5:15pm by Jazmine Sky Bradley
Stars Arrive For ‘John Carter’ PremiereNew action film had red carpet debut last night…
Our latest crush Taylor Kitsch hit London last night for the premiere of his new film ‘John Carter’.
The bizarre plot for the film sees Taylor playing a Civil war vet who finds himself transported to Mars. The main draw seems to be the fact that the gorgeous actor spends most of the movie’s running time topless.
BY JOANNA CRAWLEY ON MARCH 2, 2012
The Sherlock Holmes crew rolled into London last night for the UK premiere of sequel, with large stage flame effects adorning the set.
Frankie & Benny’s were so excited about opening their 200th restaurant at The Fort in Birmingham that they brought in EMF to provide flames and external lighting effects for their spectacular Grand opening.
Fans Pack London’s Trafalgar Square for ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’ PremiereBy Sonia van Gilder CookeJuly 07, 2011Add a Comment inShare6 Send to KindleCARL COURT / AFP / GETTY IMAGESEmma Watson, who plays Hermione, captures the red carpets attention.Email Print Share Comment Follow @timenewsfeedLondon. Implacable July weather. People everywhere. People swarming Trafalgar Square. People perched on the steps of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. People crowding the backstreets of the West End. Is this a Dickens novel? No, it’s the premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2.Earlier in the day, all seemed lost. Rain pelted down on beleaguered fans, camped out some for seven days in the hopes of catching a glimpse of their Harry Potter heroes. Then, at about 4 p.m, the skies cleared and the sun emerged, its rays glowing like a Patronus across the sky, bringing hope to the dripping Muggles lining the longest red carpet in history.