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Daily presentations with new Unreal Engine 4 content project and a multi-person virtual escape room take center stage at Vicon’s GDC booth.
Glen Keane’s ‘Dear Basketball,’ Pixar’s ‘Coco’ win animation Oscars; ‘Blade Runner 2049’ wins VFX and cinematography awards.
The overall VFX supervisor riffs on witness cameras, bleak L.A. cityscapes and the super-secret digital recreation of Rachael in Denis Villeneuve’s mesmerizing ‘Blade Runner’ sequel.
All five Oscars best visual effects nominees used software made by the company, whose employees also were honored by the Television Academy and at the Sci-Tech Awards.
Group of 20 nominees draws on two decades of experience and technological advances, delivering shots that were previously unimaginable.
Academy governors Richard Edlund and Bill Kroyer weigh in on how to acknowledge and reward the growing number of stellar CG character performances.
DNeg VFX supervisor Paul Lambert details the creation of futuristic Los Angeles cityscapes, the holographic Joi, and the visuals for the final act of director Denis Villeneuve’s follow-up to the 1982 sci-fi film noir classic by Ridley Scott.
Sound editors’ guild also honored sound work in short-form animation, games and non-theatrical long-form animation.
Pixar feature wins BAFTA Award for best animated film; Roger Deakins wins fourth BAFTA for Cinematography for ‘Blade Runner 2049,’ which also wins for special visual effects.
‘Game of Thrones’ wins five awards; ‘Coco,’ ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ win four awards each; Samsung sweeps all three commercials categories; and ‘Blade Runner 2049’ wins a pair.
All five nominees for best visual effects for the past 10 years have used the company’s Quadro GPUs to create their work.
Advanced Imaging Society honors top artists and innovators in visual technology and emerging content.
Leading up to March 4th, use our handy guide to catch up and keep up with AWN’s coverage of the films and creative teams nominated for Best Visual Effects at the 90th Academy Awards.
Studio entries ‘Boss Baby,’ ‘Coco’ and ‘Ferdinand’ face off against indies ‘The Breadwinner’ and ‘Loving Vincent’ for the Best Animated Feature Oscar.
Territory Studio gives life to the tech of director Denis Villeneuve’s futuristic sci-fi world, building computer systems that -- like the world they inhabit -- co-mingle the synthetic with the organic.
Winners in 24 categories will be announced Feb. 13 at a gala awards ceremony at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Creative teams from 10 Oscar hopefuls present their contributions at the Academy’s annual Visual Effects Bake-off held on Saturday, January 6 at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, CA.
British Academy also picks five VFX nominees and nominates three homegrown candidates for the British Short Animation category.