Digital production company Digital Domain announced today that Jeff Barnes, co-founder and former CEO of The Computer Café Group, has joined the company to lead its In-Three stereo conversion business.
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Cinesite, one of the world’s leading film visual effects houses, has completed more than 115 visual effects shots for Twentieth Century Fox’s X-Men: First Class, which hit cinemas last week.
Shotgun Software, developers of the Shotgun web-based production tracking and collaboration system, announced today that the visual effects units of Deluxe Entertainment Services Group have purchased a multi-site Shotgun license to seamlessly connect its global facilities, which include Method Studios in Los Angeles, Vancouver, New York and London; Postmodern in Sydney, and Rushes in London.
Deluxe Entertainment Services Group today announced the rebranding of its award-winning visual effects companies, Method, which Deluxe acquired from Ascent Media in December 2010, and CIS Visual Effects.
Cinesite, one of the world’s leading film visual effects houses, has completed more than 300 stereoscopic visual effects shots for Pirates of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.
As an Honorary Society, VES has led the way in promoting the incredible work of VFX artists but so far no one has stood up to lead the way on the business side of our business.
The Third Floor, Inc., Hollywood's preeminent previsualization company, is joining up with Framestore, the London-New York Oscar-winning visual effects house, to provide European directors with top-tier previs expertise.
Multi-Academy Award-winning digital production company Digital Domain has added depth to its roster with the recent hiring of veteran visual effects supervisor Carey Villegas.
Entity FX has created visual effects for the series finale of Smallville. The work, which included nearly 80 visual effects to help bring the program's characters and story arc to a close, caps off Entity FX's nine consecutive years of developing and delivering all visual effects for the popular teen Superman-themed show.
The Visual Effects Society (VES), which represents approximately 2500 visual effects artists and practitioners worldwide, is pleased to announce the formation of new Section in New York.
Autodesk's SVP discusses how the software giant has reshaped its strategy in response to industry demand.
GenArts, Inc. and the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts (USC SCA) announced today a broad collaboration designed to provide USC students and faculty access to GenArts visual effects (VFX) tools.
Dynasty Visual Effects & Animation LLC has hired VFX veteran Rob Morgenroth as Executive Producer/Senior Director, Business Development.
LOOK Effects’ New York visual effects production facility has completed the visual effects for Neil Burger’s latest film, “Limitless.”
Gravity (formerly RhinoFX), an international creative content and brand communications company, has created highly dramatic and unique visual effects for the new Universal Pictures’ romantic thriller, “The Adjustment Bureau,” it was announced today by Zviah Eldar, Gravity’s Chief Executive Officer and Chief Creative Officer.
TNG Visual Effects, an expert provider of 3D scanning and motion capture services, today announced TNG Visual Effects (North) with two new Canadian locations in Toronto and Vancouver offering 3D scanning services for clients on location.
Bicoastal commercial visual effects studio Animal recently provided a broad array of finishing services for Audi’s “Luxury Prison” campaign and Dodge’s ongoing rebrand for its Ram trucks, “Strength in Numbers.”
Kerner named Emmy Award winning Visual Effects Producer Camille Cellucci to the post of Executive Producer.
TOY STORY 3 director Lee Unkrich talked about his grandmother and taking a well-deserved vacation before starting a new feature with producer Darla Anderson; THE LOST THING co-director Shaun Tan admitted they went a little crazy on his short about going unnoticed; INCEPTION visual effects supervisor Paul Franklin said he considers the folding Paris as recognizable a character as any of the most recent character-centric Oscar winners; and ALICE IN WONDERLAND production designer Rob Stromberg conceded that his vfx background was indispensible on the Tim Burton blockbuster.
Entity FX, of Santa Monica and Vancouver, is excited to see its work in the new sci-fi thriller I Am Number Four, a DreamWorks production directed by DJ Caruso and produced by Michael Bay.
Veteran vfx artist Richard Edlund is opening duMonde Visual Effects in New Orleans, reports Variety.