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October 25, 2019

From VFX to VR: Ollie Rankin’s DOWNLOADED

Filmmaker Ollie Rankin on the making of his interactive VR film DOWNLOADED (VFX Voice)

How Did Marvel De-Age Samuel L. Jackson, Robert Downey Jr.? Lola VFX Supervisor Spills the Secrets

While VFX house Lola has earned a reputation in Hollywood for its “de-aging” techniques, the specifics of the work has mostly been a tightly kept secret (The Hollywood Reporter)

Ang Lee: The Filmmaker Decades Ahead of His Time

Ang Lee is pioneering films of a quality beyond the capacity of most cinemas (The Japan Times)

Take A Walk Anywhere In The World With Microsoft’s Latest VR Research

When it comes to combining both the real and digital worlds companies are making great strides in both software and hardware augmenting the world around us (VR Focus)

Deluxe Gets Court Approval for Prepackaged Bankruptcy

Lenders will take control of the Hollywood services provider, reducing its debt and providing $115 million in new financing (The Hollywood Reporter)

VFX Supervisor Sheena Duggal To Receive VES Award For Creative Excellence

The Visual Effects Society has named visual effects supervisor Sheena Duggal as the forthcoming recipient of the VES Award for Creative Excellence in recognition of her valuable contributions to filmed entertainment (SHOOT Online)

Full Details for ‘Rise of the Resistance’ Ride at STAR WARS: Galaxy’s Edge: “Unlike Anything You’ve Ever Experienced”

More details on Disney’s new Star Wars ride—Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance— have been unveiled (Animation Magazine)

Joe Letteri Talks AVATAR Sequels and the Secrets of CGI Storytelling

With four Academy Awards and six other nominations under his belt, there are few individuals more seasoned, and deservedly celebrated, in the visual effects and postproduction community than Joe Letteri (Nerdist)

How TOY STORY 4 Was Influenced By Live-Action Cinematography

When it came out in June, TOY STORY 4 was feted for taking cg animation to new heights. And that involved borrowing heavily from the language of live-action cinema (Cartoon Brew)

Technicolor Expands into Wales with Wolf Studios Facility

Post production firm launches facility at Wolf Studios in Cardiff (Broadcast)


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