Milk’s Co-Founder Sara Bennett won an Academy Award for Alex Garland’s Ex-Machina, alongside the VFX team for DNEG – Andrew Whitehurst, Paul Norris and Mark Ardington.
The four received the Oscar for Best Visual Effects at the 88th Academy Awards ceremony held on the 29th of February 2016 in the Dolby Theatre Hollywood, Los Angeles.
Sara is the second female ever to win an Oscar in the Best VFX category.
Milk’s talented Sherlock team received the Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Special and Visual Effects in a Supporting Role, alongside special effects company Real SFX at the 68th Television Academy Awards ceremony, held at the Microsoft Theatre on Saturday 10th September 2016.
At the 17th British Academy Television Craft Awards, held on the 24th April 2016 at The Brewery, City of London; Milk’s talented Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell team won a BAFTA for Special, Visual & Graphic Effects for their work on Episode 5.
This win marks the third consecutive BAFTA for Special, Visual & Graphic Effects Milk has received.
Held at The Brewery, City of London on 26th April 2015, the 16th British Academy Television Craft Awards, saw Milk VFX win the BAFTA for Best Special, Visual and Graphic Effects for their work on Doctor Who Series 8 Episode 1: Deep Breath.
The 15th British Academy Television Craft Awards saw Milk VFX win its first award, with the Doctor Who team winning a BAFTA for Best Special, Visual and Graphic Effects for the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Episode: The Day of The Doctor. The ceremony was held on the 24th April 2014 at The Brewery, City of London.