Cinesite VFX Supervisor Matt Johnson tells a tale of two “digital” cities in recreating key environments for Marc Forster’s new zombie film.
Article Type: Interview
The first-time director discusses the dynamics, pressure and satisfaction of helming Pixar’s first prequel.
The veteran creative director and founder of Proof Inc. shares his insights on previs, postvis, pitchvis and the growing importance of visualization across the entire filmmaking process.
Creators Ed Skudder and Zack Keller talk about their highly anticipated new feature, Dick Figures: The Movie.
Supervisor Nick Markel takes us inside The Third Floor’s previs work on Joe Kosinski's sci-fi thriller.
Personal insights alongside newly released concept art from Disney's Lorelay Bove, visdev artist on Wreck-It Ralph.
The seasoned VFX vet shares how an integrated pipeline built upon Adobe software brings greater creative freedom and efficiency to the production.
The film’s Executive Producer and ILM VFX Supervisor discuss the Oscar®-nominated superhero epic’s visual effects challenges.
The director, fresh from his Annie Award win for Best Student Film, discusses his Oscar-nominated stop-motion gem.
ASIFA-Hollywood’s president describes how voting changes brought fairness, and Disney, back into the fold.
The Animation Mentor CEO discusses educational philosophy and how his school’s new AMP fully distributed production pipeline meets a changing industry’s needs.
Co-directors Seamus Walsh and Mark Caballero discuss the making of the Rankin/Bass styled stop-motion TV special, It’s a SpongeBob Christmas!
The directors of A Liar’s Autobiography discuss their new animated feature about “the dead one,” Monty Python’s Graham Chapman.
When looking to integrate voice controls to mobile apps, developers are faced with a growing and often bewildering array of implementation options. To help sort through the technology and design options, we recently spoke with Ben Lilienthal, co-founder and CEO of OneTok, a new company that aims to make it easier and cheaper for developers to speech-enable their apps.
Later this month, five of the world’s largest mobile operators plan to launch a virtual app store that will let their customers buy apps from one another. For developers, one potential benefit is access to each operator’s APIs to enable operator-specific additional features without rewriting big chunks of the app for each operator.