VFX Voice

The award-winning definitive authority on all things visual effects in the world of film, TV, gaming, virtual reality, commercials, theme parks, and other new media.

Winner of three prestigious Folio Awards for excellence in publishing.

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ABOUT VFX VOICE

 

VFX Voice – the magazine of the Visual Effects Society

Every key participant in the global visual effects industry is reading VFX Voice—artists, technologists, model makers, educators, studio executives, supervisors, PR/marketing specialists and producers, and VES’ over 4000 members in more than 40 countries worldwide who contribute to all areas of entertainment. 

In addition, VFX Voice is read by key members and decision-makers of the global entertainment business, including executives in film and studios, independent production companies, visual effects facilities, commercial creation and production, music video creators, tech and tools hardware and software manufacturers, video game companies, virtual reality companies, and more.

VFX Voice is a quarterly printed magazine.  In addition to housing the digital version, this site is a robust platform of news and features between issues, keeping you engaged and up-to-speed on the VFX industry and the people who make it tick. 

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Jim McCullaugh
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EDITOR
Ed Ochs
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Karen Dufilho
Paul Franklin
David Johnson
Jim Morris, VES
Dennis Muren, ASC, VES
Sam Nicholson, ASC
Eric Roth
Lori Schwartz

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