Recipients of the Founders Awards and/or Designated Lifetime Members include VFX producer Mike Chambers, business/marketing consultant Rita Cahill, VFX historian Gene Kozicki, and cinematic director Richard Winn Taylor II, VES.
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This year’s group of distinguished VFX practitioners will be recognized this fall in a soon to be announced online event.
Expanded 3rd Edition, hailed as the most complete guide to visual effects techniques and solutions on the market, is now available for pre-order.
Newest Lifetime members and this year’s VES Founders Award recipient, along with yet to be announced VES Fellows, Honorary members and Hall of Fame inductees, to be recognized this fall.
‘The Lion King’ tops all photoreal features with three awards; ‘Missing Link’ is top animated feature film; ‘The Mandalorian’ leads broadcast wins.
Lobster Films leads joint project to reconstruct and restore pioneering French auteur’s short films to their original beauty, to be shown in festivals and events worldwide.
Winners in 25 categories will be announced January 29 at the 18th Annual gala awards ceremony being held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Noted ‘Independence Day’ director-producer joins previous visionaries Jonathan Nolan, Victoria Alonso, Syd Mead, J.J. Abrams, Alfonso Cuarón, Ang Lee and Christopher Nolan as recipient of prestigious Visual Effects Society award.
Submission forms now available for entering VFX projects in Film, Television, Special Venue, Games, Animation, VR and New Media created between January 1 and December 31, 2019.
Starting with upcoming 18th annual awards, Society will recognize special (practical) effects in photoreal projects and allow more category eligibility for animation projects.
Legendary Academy, DGA and Emmy Award-winning filmmaker to be recognized for his valuable contributions to filmed entertainment at the upcoming January 29 VES Awards.
This year’s class, honored for their exceptional achievements and sustained contributions to the industry, will be recognized at a special reception on October 2.
This year’s selection of notable VFX professionals and industry luminaries to be recognized at a special VES October reception.
‘Avengers: Infinity War’ garners top feature film with four awards; ‘Spider‐Man: Into the Spider‐Verse’ is top animated feature film; ‘Lost in Space’ leads broadcast wins.
Mike Chambers returns as Board Chair; Brooke Lyndon-Stanford is first elected officer from outside North America.
Cites need for additional member discussion as reason not to add award for most popular film at upcoming Oscars.
Formal VES statement mirrors sentiment of many artists unhappy with decision to cut categories from live Academy Awards broadcast.
Honor recognizing pioneering significant and lasting contributions to the art and science of the visual effects industry will be presented at the 16th annual VES Awards in February.