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Film eligibility window extended for 93rd Academy Award consideration; museum opening postponed to coincide with new awards telecast date.
‘Selma’ director and Head of ILM, along with newcomers Debra Zane, Stephen Rivkin, Linda Flowers, and Lynette Howell Taylor, are part of newly elected 2020-2021 board.
‘1917’ and ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,’ along with ‘Ford v Ferrari,’ ‘The Irishman’ and ‘Joker,’ are nominated for achievement in feature films; winners will be announced at January 25 awards gala.
New members Bill Baggelaar, Brooke Breton, Buzz Hays, Arjun Ramamurthy, Rachel Rose, Dave Schnuelle and Mandy Walker the council’s 2019–2020 membership roster to 25.
Tiny Industries joins studio's roster; Tiny Chef creators recently partnered with Ron Howard and Brian Grazer’s Imagine Entertainment to develop content.
Following backlash from the American Society of Cinematographers and the American Cinema Editors, the Motion Picture Academy announces a return to its traditional format for the 91st Academy Awards telecast.
The Motion Picture Academy garners backlash for relegating four craft awards to commercial breaks during the live telecast for the upcoming 91st Oscars.
Industry’s first such master’s degree course, developed with mentors Blue Zoo and The Third Floor, is set to launch this coming November.
Winners of the 33rd Annual ASC Outstanding Achievement Awards will be named at the awards gala on February 9.
VFX supervisor Ken McGaugh and animation supervisor Dennis Yoo face the challenges of creating a steampunk-inflected dystopian world inhabited by giant, predator cities on wheels for Oscar-winning VFX artist-turned-director Christian Rivers’ feature adaptation.
Alongside a new featurette produced by primary visual effects vendor DNEG, Oscar-winning VFX supervisor Paul Lambert details the hybrid of practical and digital techniques employed for the cinematic adaptation of ‘First Man: The Life of Neil A. Armstrong.’
Alongside primary visual effects vendor DNEG, Oscar-winning VFX supervisor Paul Lambert and production designer Nathan Crowley employ a hybrid of practical and digital techniques for the cinematic adaptation of ‘First Man: The Life of Neil A. Armstrong.’
Program is the first in the country to include widely used Perception Neuron, Maker Bot, Formlab and Houdini 3D software technologies in its curriculum.
VFX veteran leads 75-artist team, using state-of-the-art virtual production technology, to tell the story of an android’s battle against a gang of robots.
Colorist Mitch Paulson creates custom looks for his second collaboration with director Ava DuVernay.
Glen Keane’s ‘Dear Basketball,’ Pixar’s ‘Coco’ win animation Oscars; ‘Blade Runner 2049’ wins VFX and cinematography awards.
Sound editors’ guild also honored sound work in short-form animation, games and non-theatrical long-form animation.
Gallery of process images from ‘My Little Pony: The Movie’ cinematographer Anthony Di Ninno showcases the work that went into crafting the final film.
Cinematographer Anthony Di Ninno discusses virtual cameras, staging, lighting, the advantages of a hybrid 2D/3D pipeline, and more for the new animated feature based on Hasbro’s ‘My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic’ television series.
ASC Lifetime Achievement Award recipient’s cinematography credits include ‘Ordinary People,’ ‘American Gigolo,’ ‘The Big Chill,’ ‘Groundhog Day,’ ‘As Good as It Gets,’ ‘The Anniversary Party,’ ‘The Way Way Back’ and ‘A Walk in the Woods.’
The director of photography goes in-depth about virtual cameras, layout, scene composition choices and workflow on Pixar’s Oscar-winning animated feature film.
Oscar-winning cinematographer previously awarded in the ASC feature category for ‘Gravity’ and ‘Birdman.’