Glowfrog's VFX department recruits VES award nominee Hasraf “Haz” Dulull as VFX Supervisor/Producer.
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Visual effects company Rhythm & Hues takes an emergency $20 million capital infusion from Universal, Twentieth Century Fox and Warner Bros.
LightWave 11.5 enhances 3D creativity with new Soft Body Bullet Dynamics, After Effects integration, Interactive Modeling Tools, Genoma character rigging system and much more.
The Visual Effects Society announces the 2013 Board of Director officers, who were elected at the January 2013 board meeting.
Visual effects facility LOOK Effects teams with director Jonathan Levine to create elements of horror, teen angst, humor and the power of love for Summit Entertainment’s “Warm Bodies.”
Gravity signs Alex Lemke as Senior VFX Supervisor and Compositing Supervisor, Feature Films and Commercials.
Visual effects supervisor and director of photography Bill Taylor to receive the John A. Bonner Medal of Commendation by the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Self-taught filmmaker Joey Shanks teams up with PBS Digital Studios to produce a weekly series that explains how to produce DIY special effects for low-budget productions.
The Visual Effects Society extends its contract with Executive Director Eric Roth until December 2018.
As sole visual effects vendor, Union VFX creates "invisible" supporting visual effects for “Hyde Park on Hudson.”
eyeon Software hosts a Webinar looking at the “Benefits of Multiple GPU-Enabled Environments,” on Wednesday, December 12.
The Visual Effects Society hosts “Understanding Unions: The Good, The Bad & Unknown of Forming a Visual Effects Collective Bargaining Organization” at the L.A. Film School on Saturday, December 1, 2012.
VES Chairman Jeff Okun and executive director Eric Roth issue an open letter in response to an L.A. Times Life of Pi review.
Cinesite completes visual effects for the 23rd installment in the Bond franchise, “Skyfall,” using its digital environment expertise to enhance physical stunts and effects.
Science and Technology Council of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences welcomes eight new members, bringing the Council's 2012–2013 membership roster to 25.
Ross Shain of Imagineer Systems and Jeff Krebs of eyeon Software to give presentations and demos of mocha Pro and eyeon Fusion.