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humble Headline News

Humble Acquires Paranoid US, Launches Sister Shop Postal for VFX, Design, Edit

Paranoid's Executive Producers Claude Letessier and Dawn Fanning Moore to join Humble's executive team, bringing directors Thierry Poiraud, Nieto, Francois Vogel, Planktoon and Peter Szewczyk.

Nvizible Headline News

Nvizible Creates Stunning Visuals for ‘Robot Overlords’

UK VFX house creates fully CG animated robots, environments and explosions, as well as flying vehicles, a Spitfire plane, a castle fight sequence and dramatic climax involving a giant CG robot spaceship.

Carbon VFX Headline News

Carbon VFX Helps Kohler Travel Through Time

“Never Too Timeless,” a musical spot for Kohler’s Artifacts Faucet Collection via DDB Chicago and B-Reel Director Anders Hallberg, features gorgeous narrative with seamless transitions and clever plays on perspective.

Steve Parish Blogs

Practical Magic: The State of the VFX Industry in 2015, Part 2 - Hug a VFX Artist

Despite many great VFX-driven films ahead, Steve bemoans the state of the VFX “business” responsible for their visual magic.

box office Headline News

Box Office Report: DreamWorks Animation Heads ‘Home’ with $54M Debut

Tim Johnson’s ‘Home’ marks the best opening for a DWA film since ‘Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted,’ in 2012, and the third-best showing ever for an original DWA title after ‘Kung Fu Panda’ and ‘Monsters vs. Aliens.’

Deluxe Creative Services Headline News

Billy Gabor Named Managing Director of Deluxe Creative Services Atlanta

One of the first colorists at Company 3 in Santa Monica, Gabor has been a key presence within the company since 1998, helping to establish CO3’s East Coast operations.

Genius Brands International Headline News

Margaret Loesch Joins Genius Brands International’s Board of Directors

Former Hub exec joins fellow GBI Board of Directors industry vet Anthony Thomopoulos, former Governor of California Gray Davis, Hollywood Reporter publisher and senior VP Lynne Segall, ROAR co-founder Bernard Cahill, and former JP Morgan Entertainment Group managing director Clark Hallren.  

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