The Mill

Last updated 29 April 2015

Production Credits
Visual Effects Designer: Doctor Who and The Curse Of Fatal Death[Misc]; Rose; The End Of The World; The Unquiet Dead; Aliens of London / World War Three; Dalek; The Long Game; Father's Day; The Empty Child / The Doctor Dances; Boom Town; Bad Wolf / The Parting of the Ways; The Christmas Invasion; New Earth; Tooth and Claw; School Reunion; The Girl in the Fireplace; Rise of the Cybermen / The Age of Steel; The Idiot's Lantern; The Impossible Planet / The Satan Pit; Love & Monsters; Fear Her; Army of Ghosts / Doomsday; The Runaway Bride; Invasion of the Bane[SJA]; Smith and Jones; The Shakespeare Code; Daleks in Manhattan / Evolution of the Daleks; The Lazarus Experiment; 42; Human Nature / The Family of Blood; Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang[TW]; Sleeper[TW]; To the Last Man[TW]; Meat[TW]; Adam[TW]; Reset[TW]; Dead Man Walking[TW]; A Day in the Death[TW]; Something Borrowed[TW]; From Out of the Rain[TW]; Fragments[TW]; Exit Wounds[TW]; Enemy of the Bane[SJA]; Children Of Earth: Day One[TW]; The Eleventh Hour; The Beast Below; Victory of the Daleks; The Time of Angels / Flesh and Stone; Vincent and the Doctor; Let's Kill Hitler; The Girl Who Waited; Closing Time; The Wedding of River Song; The Doctor, The Widow and the Wardrobe; Asylum of the Daleks; Dinosaurs on a Spaceship; Children in Need Special; Music of the Spheres; Time Crash (Children in Need) | as Visual Effects: The Bells of Saint John; The Rings of Akhaten
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Visual Effects: Everything Changes[TW]; Day One[TW]; Ghost Machine[TW]; Gridlock; Blink; Utopia; The Sound of Drums / Last of the Time Lords; Revenge of the Slitheen[SJA]; Eye of the Gorgon[SJA]; Warriors of Kudlak[SJA]; Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane?[SJA]; The Lost Boy[SJA]; Voyage of the Damned; Partners in Crime; The Fires of Pompeii; Planet of the Ood; The Sontaran Stratagem / The Poison Sky; The Doctor's Daughter; The Unicorn and the Wasp; Silence in the Library / Forest of the Dead; Midnight; Turn Left; The Stolen Earth / Journey's End; The Last Sontaran[SJA]; The Next Doctor; Planet of the Dead; The Waters of Mars; The End of Time; The Vampires of Venice; The Hungry Earth / Cold Blood; A Christmas Carol; The Impossible Astronaut / Day of the Moon; The Curse of the Black Spot; The Doctor's Wife; The Rebel Flesh / The Almost People; A Good Man Goes to War; Night Terrors; The Power Of Three; The Angels Take Manhattan; The Snowmen; Cold War; Hide; Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS; The Crimson Horror | as With thanks to: Doctor Who and The Curse Of Fatal Death[Misc]
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 The Mill
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The Mill (company)


The Mill is a post-production and visual effects company launched in 1990 with offices in London, New York and Los Angeles.

The Mill's Film special effects subsidiary, Mill Film, won an Oscar for its work on the film Gladiator. The Mill was the first UK-based post-production company to set up offices in New York. The Mill is respected for high-end visual effects and is usually well represented at the numerous Advertising and Visual Effects awards ceremonies world-wide each year. The film unit closed in 2003, but as of 2009 has been reopened due to the success of its work on television commercials and music videos. Some of its major advertising campaigns include Sony, Nike, Levis, Honda and Adidas.

The Mill also produces visual effects for several television dramas, including the BBC Wales productions, Doctor Who, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures, as well as Merlin and Demons.

The Mill also owns online advertising approval, archiving and distribution site, BEAM.TV

According to its annual report, in 2005 The Mill had revenue of £32.5 million and operating profit of £5.2 million. In February 2007, The Mill was acquired by Private equity firm The Carlyle Group, in a deal rumoured to be worth £60 million.

In 2010, the Mill won a Royal Television Society Award for their work on The Pandorica Opens.

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