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The Visual Effects Society is not amused about the catty comments presenters James Corden and Rebel Wilson made towards VFX artists at the 92nd Annual Academy Awards.
Nominated for a Best Visual Effects Oscar, Jon Favreau’s VES Award-winning hit was a masterpiece of photorealistic animation and state-of-the-art virtual production.
‘The Lion King’ tops all photoreal features with three awards; ‘Missing Link’ is top animated feature film; ‘The Mandalorian’ leads broadcast wins.
VES Award nominee Matt Welford describes ‘supporting visual effects,’ including previs and techvis, on the inaugural episode of the ‘Aquaman’ star’s hit post-apocalyptic action-adventure series.
Cute CG short about hijinks on the high seas from six ESMA students snags a VES nomination for Outstanding Visual Effects in a Student Project.
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.
The Visual Effects Society releases work project submissions guidelines for upcoming Awards consideration, including information on a new category, qualification changes and deadlines.
VFX supervisor Paul Lambert, DFX supervisor Tristan Myles, miniature effects supervisor Ian Hunter and special effects supervisor J.D. Schwalm receive Academy Awards for their contributions to director Damien Chazelle’s historical biopic.
Take a closer look at the winners of the 17th annual VES Awards, both onstage and off, at this year’s Visual Effects Society gala.
‘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.
Oscar-nominated producer and Illumination CEO to be awarded at 17th Annual VES Awards on February 5.
Digital pioneer Bob Greenberg to receive Empire Award; VFX innovators Jonah Friedman and Andy Jones to receive Empire Tech Award.
Visual Effect Society names award-winning creators-executive producers-writers-directors David Benioff and D.B. Weiss recipients of the VES Creative Excellence Award.
Acclaimed writer-producer-director teamed with Cristopher Nolan on ‘The Dark Knight,’ ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ and ‘Interstellar,’ and is the co-creator of HBO’s ‘Westworld.’
Distinguished VFX Practitioners Craig Barron, Joyce Cox, Dan Curry, Paul Debevec and Mike Fink to be recognized at exclusive celebration in Beverly Hills on October 11.
Cites need for additional member discussion as reason not to add award for most popular film at upcoming Oscars.
VES Hall of Fame honorees include L.B. Abbott, Richard “Doc” Baily, Saul Bass, Ray Harryhausen, Derek Meddings, Eileen Moran and Gene Roddenberry.
Formal VES statement mirrors sentiment of many artists unhappy with decision to cut categories from live Academy Awards broadcast.
Events includes presentations from restoration and preservation experts from Fotokem, MTI Film, Roundabout Entertainment, Sony Pictures Entertainment, The Walt Disney Studios and the UCLA Film and Television Archive.