World’s first fully remote visual effects studio leverages integration of Shotgun with Cospective’s synchronized review-and-approval tool cineSync to ensure a harmonious workflow.
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On the heels of the company’s move to a subscription-only model for its software suites, Autodesk reports sluggish results for the third quarter of 2015.
David Sheldon-Hicks, Marti Romances and Peter Eszenyi share how they cued off authentic NASA mission control systems to bring realistic computer UI designs to Ridley Scott’s sci-fi hit.
Weta Digital wins Outstanding Visual Effects in a Feature Film for their work on ‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ at 10th Anniversary Gala honoring artists and innovators.
Joining Zoic Studios EPs Ian Unterreiner and Matt Thunel, Blodgett brings more than two decades of experience to his new position.
Latest version of Thinkbox Software’s high-volume data management solution for rendering or processing information introduces on-demand metered licensing.
Packed with gorgeous imagery, new trailer for the follow-up to Tim Burton’s 2010 movie, ‘Alice in Wonderland,’ shows off work from VFX vendors Double Negative and Sony Pictures Imageworks.
Creative VFX studio led by veteran VFX Supervisor/Flame artist Karen Heston recently collaborated with director Cary Joji Fukunaga on ‘Beasts of No Nation’ for Netflix.
Now in its fourth year, The VFX Festival 2016 will be held February 23-25 at Cineworld at the O2 Centre in London.
MPC teams with 72andSyunny to deliver intense live-action trailer for Activision directed by Wayne McClammy and featuring Michael B. Jordan, Cara Delevingne and Marshawn Lynch.
Ten-week certificate course from the National Film and Television School offers one guaranteed paid job contract at the studio and production company co-founded by Andy Serkis and Jonathan Cavendish.
Vicon T40 cameras help Framestore capture the intensity of climbing Mount Everest for epic action-thriller ‘Everest.’
Los Angeles-based effects house employs Blackmagic Design’s Fusion Studio visual effects and motion graphics software for new series building on the horror franchise created by Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino.
Cinesite creates the VFX for key sequences in the movie, including the Queen Witch’s resurrection, an epic battle scene and CG magical effects.
New release includes major upgrades to Trapcode Particular, Shine and Mir, new effects builder for visually designing particle systems, and brand-new plug-in Trapcode Tao for generating 3D ribbons and geometric shapes.
Academy Award-nominated VFX veteran has a lengthy list of film and television credits to his name, including ‘McFarland, USA,’ ‘Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day,’ ‘X-Men Origins: Wolverine’ and ‘Live Free and Die Hard.’
New award categories include Architecture & Visualization, Fashion Design, Game Design & Development, Graphic Design, and Illustration & Concept Art.
New Los Angeles HQ to be headed up by executive producer Kate Hitchings joined by head of color Aubrey Woodiwiss.
As the company’s new partner and creative director, Jacobsen will apply his signature blend of filmmaking artistry and strategic thinking to creating visual content for advertising and branded installations.
Acclaimed filmmaker-producer Ridley Scott named recipient of VES Lifetime Achievement Award; master visual futurist and iconic artist Syd Mead to receive VES Visionary Award.
Award-winning marketing agency expands its gaming footprint with new VP of Games/Creative Director Matthew Hunt; celebrates big night with Clio Key Art award wins.
Veteran visual effects supervisor known for his work on the ‘Harry Potter’ franchise joins Industrial Light & Magic’s global creative team in London.