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Headline News ILM to Launch London Effects Facility

Industrial Light & Magic prepares to launch a new feature visual effects facility in central London with plans to serve as the base of operations for Star Wars Episode VII in addition to other feature productions.

Headline News Studio 100 Film Scores Pre-Sales for New Animated Features

Studio 100 Film completes pre-sales for the new feature length films Maya The Bee – Movie, Vic The Viking – Movie, Heidi - Movie and Blinky Bill – Movie and announces a new VFX partner with full service media company M.A.R.K.13.

Headline News Zoic Teams up with Fox to Fire up Super Bowl XLVII Audiences to the Return of ‘24’

Zoic Studios partnered with Fox to create Street Chaos, the new promo for 24: Live Another Day, which aired during Super Bowl XLVIII.

Headline News FMX Previews 2014 ‘Realtime Experience’ Conference Program

Program highlights for FMX 2014 -- ‘A Realtime Experience’ -- are announced, including Transmedia projects such as the award-winning game franchise The Walking Dead, the evolution of PDI/DreamWorks, game favorites such as Beyond: Two Souls, and more.

Headline News CineSync Technology Now Integrated into JOUST Digital Workflow Management System

By Dan Sarto | Wednesday, February 5, 2014 at 10:43am

Jenny Fulle, Visual Effects Producer and Founder of The Creative-Cartel, and Rory McGregor, CEO of Cospective, announce an integration between Cospective’s cineSync review and approval technology and The Creative-Cartel’s JOUST digital workflow management system. 

Headline News Nexus Directors Smith and Foulkes Create Captivating Launch Film for Honda

Hot on the heels of the success of the recent viral hit Honda “Hands,” Honda and Wieden+Kennedy London once again team up with Nexus directors Smith and Foulkes to create a captivating film introducing the newest member of the Civic family.

Headline News The Mission Helps Bring Squarespace to Super Bowl XLVIII

The Mission visualizes perilous navigation through the muck of the Internet for Squarespace’s first-ever Super Bowl spot in the artfully chaotic “A Better Web Awaits,” directed by Anonymous Content’s Malcolm Venville.

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