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  • THE MEG: Previs reel by Halon
    Come have a look at the previs work by Halon for THE MEG: WANT TO KNOW MORE? Halon: Dedicated page about THE MEG on Halon website. © Vincent Frei – The Art of VFX – 2018The post THE MEG: Previs reel by Halon appeared first on The Art of VFX.
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  • TOMB RAIDER: VFX Breakdowns by Scanline VFX
    Scanline VFX presents their work on two big sequences for TOMB RAIDER: WANT TO KNOW MORE? Scanline VFX: My interview of Nick Crew, VFX Supervisor at Scanline VFX. © Vincent Frei – The Art of VFX – 2018The post TOMB RAIDER: VFX Breakdowns by Sca…
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  • THE SISTERS BROTHERS: Stephane Thibert – CG Supervisor – Mikros Image
    Stephane Thibert began his career in the visual effects in 1996 at Fantome Animation. He then worked in many studios like Sparx and Mathematic Studios before joining Mikros Image in 2007. He has worked on many projects such as RUST AND BONE, VALERIAN…
    - 4 days ago15 Nov 18, 5:00pm -
  • THE BOY AND THE PIANO: Christmas ad for John Lewis
    Beautiful and touching Christmas commercial for John Lewis featuring Elton John with the VFX made by MPC: WANT TO KNOW MORE? MPC: Dedicated page about THE AND THE PIANO on MPC website. CREDITS CLIENT ADVERTISER: John Lewis & Partners SOCIAL MEDIA MAN…
    - 4 days ago15 Nov 18, 2:00pm -
  • OBLIVION: VFX Breakdown by Digital Domain
    I love when the #TBT brings you great materials such as this really cool VFX Breakdown by Digital Domain about their work on OBLIVION: WANT TO KNOW MORE? Digital Domain: Dedicated page about OBLIVION on Digital Domain website. Steve Preeg: My intervi…
    - 4 days ago15 Nov 18, 11:00am -
    Super cute trailer for DUMBO by Tim Burton: The VFX are made by: MPC (VFX Supervisor: Patrick Ledda) Framestore (VFX Supervisor: Richard Hoover) RISE (VFX Supervisor: Jonathan Weber) Rising Sun Pictures Rodeo FX The Production VFX Supervisor is Richa…
    - 4 days ago15 Nov 18, 8:00am -
  • Pixomondo is coming to Montreal!
    Great news for the VFX industry in Montreal, Pixomondo is coming in town! Here is the official press release: VFX HOUSE PIXOMONDO ANNOUNCES OPENING OF MONTRÉAL OFFICE The global VFX studio is the latest company to put down roots in the tech-savvy Fr…
    - 4 days ago14 Nov 18, 7:00pm -
    Don’t miss VFX Supervisor Luke Millar and Animation Supervisor Dennis Yoo talking about the Weta Digital work on the moving cities of MORTAL ENGINES! The VFX are made by: Weta Digital (VFX Supervisors: Ken McGaugh, Kevin Smith and Luke Millar) Dire…
    - 5 days ago14 Nov 18, 5:00pm -
  • ROMA
    New trailer for ROMA, the new movie by Alfonso Cuarón: The VFX are made by: MPC (VFX Supervisor: Sheldon Stopsack) Mr. X Director: Alfonso Cuarón Release Date: 14 December 2018 (Netflix) © Vincent Frei – The Art of VFX – 2018The post ROMA app…
    - 5 days ago14 Nov 18, 1:30pm -



  • How ‘Crow: The Legend’ felt
    I got to experience Baobab’s Crow: The Legend at VIEW Conference. Definitely one of the most immersive VR experiences I’ve had. Here’s my take at Cartoon Brew.
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  • ‘The Prince of Egypt’: Henry LaBounta reflects on parting the Red Sea
    These days, Henry LaBounta is Studio Art Director at EA Ghost Games. But before his career in games, LaBounta was at the forefront of effects simulation at Industrial Light & Magic, where he helped generate the tornadoes in Twister. Later he worked o…
    - 4 days ago14 Nov 18, 9:22pm -
  • Compulsory viewing: the Computer Animation Festival at SIGGRAPH Asia Tokyo 2018
    Here at vfxblog we’ve already previewed some of the VFX-related talks and dived into the Technical Papers process for SIGGRAPH Asia Tokyo this year. Now we look at the other conference highlight: the Computer Animation Festival. The ‘CAF’ takes…
    - 7 days ago12 Nov 18, 1:27am -
  • Chatting with ‘First Man’ VFX supe Paul Lambert
    A new story at VFX Voice goes in-depth on First Man, including the significant visual effects by DNEG, as well as the practical side of the shots.
    - 10 days ago8 Nov 18, 10:20pm -
  • Ten things we learned about Framestore’s CG stuffed animals for ‘Christopher Robin’
    Marc Forster’s Christopher Robin is easily one of the most delightful films of 2018, and also contains some of the finest fully-CG animated characters you’ll see this year. That work was led by Framestore, which had, of course, sharpened its expe…
    - 13 days ago6 Nov 18, 11:16am -
  • Gorillaz, in CG
    A look behind the scenes at the Gorillaz G-Shock watch episodes, at Cartoon Brew.
    - 13 days ago5 Nov 18, 8:54pm -
  • Tech papers: the secret to SIGGRAPH Asia success
    The Technical Papers section of SIGGRAPH Asia 2018 in Tokyo is shaping up, as always, to be a key part of the conference. But how do authors get their tech papers into a SIGGRAPH or SIGGRAPH Asia conference? And what happens once they do? To find out…
    - 18 days ago1 Nov 18, 7:18am -
  • Going back to ‘Pleasantville’: when doing a DI wasn’t so easy
    In 1998, Gary Ross’ Pleasantville became the first major Hollywood feature to go through what’s now known as the digital intermediate, or DI, process. The film needed that process because its characters, stuck in a 1950s black and white existence…
    - 28 days ago22 Oct 18, 1:31pm -
  • The miniatures of ‘First Man’
    For Thrillist, I asked Ian Hunter about the models and miniatures work in First Man. Look out for more of my coverage soon on the film at VFX Voice.
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  • Inside ILM’s art department
    For VFX Voice, members of ILM’s art department ran down how it all works there. They create stunning stuff!
    - 33 days ago16 Oct 18, 8:21pm -

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  • Williams Still Wants To Be In “Star Wars”
    Despite having his role cut and replaced by Paul Bettany, actor Michael K. Williams says he holds no grudges against the “Star Wars” franchise and hopes to one day return. Williams took on the role of the villain Dryden Vos in “Solo: A Star War…
    - 70 days ago10 Sep 18, 5:44am -
  • CBS’ Moonves Exits As More Allegations Hit
    CBS Corp. is reportedly preparing to announce the departure of chief executive officer Les Moonves as the media mogul faces a fresh round of allegations of sexual harassment. Six additional women have come forward to accuse Moonves of harassment or a…
    - 70 days ago10 Sep 18, 12:53am -
  • Hammer: “Call Me” Sequel Will Happen
    Appearing at the Toronto Film Festival to promote “Hotel Mumbai,” actor Armie Hammer was asked about how the teased “Call Me By Your Name” sequel is coming along, and from the sounds of if things are progressing. Late last year, during promot…
    - 70 days ago10 Sep 18, 12:29am -
  • Dwayne Johnson’s Father Gets A Biopic
    Toronto-based indie filmmakers Jonathan and Justin Gajewski are reportedly developing “Ring King,” a biopic about Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s father and Canadian wrestling superstar Rocky Johnson. Born and raised in Nova Scotia as Wade Doug…
    - 70 days ago10 Sep 18, 12:27am -
  • “The Nun” Has A Massive Box-Office Opening
    Reviews were terrible, but that didn’t stop people turning out for “The Conjuring” spin-off “The Nun” which easily took the top spot at the weekend box-office with a franchise-best $53.5 million opening over the three day weekend. The story…
    - 70 days ago9 Sep 18, 6:54pm -
  • “Swamp Thing” To Be A Hard R And Practical
    “Titans” is the first of the three commissioned live-action series for the DC Universe streaming service and has been in production for many months ahead of its debut on October 12th. “Doom Patrol” recently kicked off filming and is looking l…
    - 70 days ago9 Sep 18, 6:42pm -
  • Jeremy Renner Teases His “Avengers” Return
    Reshoots have just kicked off on the untitled fourth “Avengers” movie and Jeremy Renner, the most notable absentee in “Avengers: Infinity War,” has taken to Instagram to tease his return to the role Clint Barton, a.k.a. Hawkeye (or Ronin?). W…
    - 70 days ago9 Sep 18, 6:33pm -
  • “Halloween” Draws Great Reviews In Toronto
    While reviews for “The Predator” were mixed out of Toronto, reviews for the new “Halloween” whichi screened last night were much more positive with plenty of them calling it a return to form for the series. Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Pr…
    - 70 days ago9 Sep 18, 6:23pm -
  • Theater Owners Want Netflix To Do Cinema Runs
    North American Theater Owners president and CEO John Fithian, representing exhibitors at the Toronto Film Festival this week, has urged Netflix to follow the lead of rival Amazon and show their movies at the local multiplex. Talking with THR, Fithian…
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  • Gibbons Gives HBO’s “Watchmen” His Approval

    - 71 days ago8 Sep 18, 10:07pm -
  • Taylor-Joy Comments On “New Mutants” Reshoots
    At the start of the year, 20th Century Fox did something unexpected with its “X-Men” spin-off film “The New Mutants” film. Having already begun marketing the film with a trailer and key art, they ended up delaying it from its planned April re…
    - 71 days ago8 Sep 18, 9:31pm -
  • Cuaron’s “Roma” Wins The Venice Film Fest
    Filmmaker Alfonso Cuaron’s acclaimed and deeply personal black-and-white drama “Roma” has taken home the Gold Lion at the 2018 Venice Film Festival. The story follows two domestic workers caring for a small family in 1970s Mexico City and is cu…
    - 71 days ago8 Sep 18, 8:52pm -

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  • VFX pro to testify for trade action on VFX subsidies in NAFTA renegotiations
    Update: You can donate to Eric here: Huge thanks to all of you who helped contribute to comments on NAFTA renegotiations. VFX professional Eric Rosenthal left a comment in the previous post that he might…
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  • The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) seeks comments on digital trade issues and potential remedies for NAFTA negotiations
    Statement from Daniel Lay, Co-Founder of the Association of Digital Artists, Professionals, and Technicians In 2013 Daniel Lay, the writer behind the industry blog VFX Soldier started ADAPT to help fund and direct a trade effort to curtail the use of…
    - 3 Jun 17, 2:34am -
  • Soldier On Ron Thornton
    Hollywood Reporter: Ron Thornton, an Emmy-winning visual effects designer, supervisor and producer who worked on such shows as Babylon 5 and Star Trek: Voyager, has died. He was 59. Variety: Thornton is best known for bringing computer-generated imag…
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  • Guest Post: My Experience as a Female Artist in the VFX Industry
    Today is my last day in the visual effects industry. It’s an industry that I’ve spent nine years of my life completely dedicated to, so it’s a bitter sweet kind of day. My love for animation and film began at 4 years old, when I saw the Lion Ki…
    - 12 Oct 16, 6:08pm -
  • Veteran VFX Supe Ron Thornton Hospitalized
    I came across a post on Facebook by one of Ron Thornton’s friends that the veteran VFX supervisor has been hospitalized. While I don’t have all the information a gofundme page has been set up to help pay for medical expenses. If you can please he…
    - 16 Sep 16, 4:42am -
  • Will #Brexit Lead To A #VFXit?
    Tonight a majority UK voters chose to leave the European Union which as of this writing is leading to a meltdown in financial markets and wild drops in foreign currencies agains the US dollar. There’s been a bit of chatter amongst many in VFX as to…
    - 24 Jun 16, 6:43am -
  • Comcast Acquires DreamWorks Animation
    Are people still reading this thing? Well, It’s been a year since I’ve posted on this blog and after the end of the ADAPT effort I took a long hiatus. As disappointed as I was, the post-VFX life has been great. New opportunities, I got a home, a…
    - 2 May 16, 5:43am -
  • Wikileaks Creates Searchable Database For Sony Leaks
    From the press release: Today, 16 April 2015, WikiLeaks publishes an analysis and search system for The Sony Archives: 30,287 documents from Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) and 173,132 emails, to and from more than…
    - 16 Apr 15, 6:16pm -
  • Why The VES Should Recognize Scott Ross For VES Fellow
    The other day I got an email from the VES asking members to suggest nominees for title of VES Fellow: The Visual Effects Society is asking for your suggestions for nominees for title of VES Fellow, which is a member who has maintained an outstanding…
    - 14 Apr 15, 8:41pm -
  • Quebec Government Says Bon Voyage To Film Subsidies
    I haven’t posted much on this blog but some recent news caught my eye: Last week’s Godbout Commission report sent shivers up the spines of Quebec’s film and television production industry. The Quebec Taxation Review Committee, chaired by econom…
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