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Magic Light Pictures Headline News

Magic Light Pictures Takes Flight With New ‘Room On The Broom’ App

BAFTA award-winning production company releases ‘Room on the Broom: Flying,’ the second interactive games app based on the much-loved classic picture book ‘Room on the Broom.’

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.

Reel FX Blogs

AWN Professional Spotlight: FMX 2014 – Chuck Peil

By Dan Sarto | Friday, March 27, 2015 at 4:34pm

Chuck Peil, co-founder of Reel FX, talks about his studio’s evolution from animation and visual effects service house to mainstream animated feature film studio, the recently released ‘The Book of Life’ and more as part of AWN’s series of exclusive video interviews from FMX 2014.

Shotgun Software Blogs

AWN Professional Spotlight: FMX 2014 – Don Parker

By Dan Sarto | Monday, March 23, 2015 at 4:05pm

Don Parker, senior director on Autodesk’s Shotgun team, talks about the software’s use on 300: Rise of an Empire as well as how integrating production technologies impacts a studio’s ability to manage movie production as part of AWN’s series of exclusive video interviews from FMX 2014.

Pixar Animation Studios Headline News

Pixar Releases Free Non-Commercial RenderMan

Featuring Pixar’s new RIS technology, RenderMan is now completely free for use in research, education, evaluation, plug-in development, and personal projects that do not generate commercial profits.