Following a terrorist attack that sees several people killed the US government decide to step in and push for the Hero Registration Act, a law that limits hero’s actions. The resulting law brings about a divide within The Avengers; Iron Man stands by the government decision whereas Captain America fears the government’s involvement within their operation will cause more problems than it solves.
The two super heroes break away from one another forming their own, new super groups formed of some familiar faces and some brand new ones.
Civil War is the first film in the Avengers series that see’s the once allied superheroes face off against one another. It features some of the most explosive action that the series has seen so far coupled with tense gripping performances that promise to keep audiences glued to their seats long after the credits have rolled.
The only question left worth asking is, whose side are you on?
Hyperactive Broadcast supplied several edit suites to the post production facilities involved in Captain America: Civil War. Each system was installed by Hyperactive Broadcast’s very own engineer, Simon Tomkinson. Simon built each edit personally and set the systems up on an ISIS network, allowing the editorial staff the ability to quickly access and export media between each other.
Hyperactive Broadcast also supplied top of the range editorial desks and Herman Miller chairs to the productions editorial staff, meaning the Civil War editors had maximum comfort so that they could do the best possible job.