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June 01
2022

ISSUE

Summer 2022

VES AWARD WINNERS PHOTO GALLERY

DUNE

The VES Award for Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photoreal Feature went to Dune, which won four VES Awards including Outstanding Model in a Photoreal or Animated Project (Royal Ornithopter), Outstanding Effects Simulations in a Photoreal Feature (Dunes of Arrakis) and Outstanding Compositing & Lighting in a Feature (Attack on Arrakeen). (Photos courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures)

The VES Award for Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photoreal Feature went to Dune, which won four VES Awards including Outstanding Model in a Photoreal or Animated Project (Royal Ornithopter), Outstanding Effects Simulations in a Photoreal Feature (Dunes of Arrakis) and Outstanding Compositing & Lighting in a Feature (Attack on Arrakeen). (Photos courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures)

The VES Award for Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photoreal Feature went to Dune, which won four VES Awards including Outstanding Model in a Photoreal or Animated Project (Royal Ornithopter), Outstanding Effects Simulations in a Photoreal Feature (Dunes of Arrakis) and Outstanding Compositing & Lighting in a Feature (Attack on Arrakeen). (Photos courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures)

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The VES Award for Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photoreal Feature went to Dune, which won four VES Awards including Outstanding Model in a Photoreal or Animated Project (Royal Ornithopter), Outstanding Effects Simulations in a Photoreal Feature (Dunes of Arrakis) and Outstanding Compositing & Lighting in a Feature (Attack on Arrakeen). (Photos courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures)

ENCANTO

The VES Award for Outstanding Visual Effects in an Animated Feature went to Encanto, which won four VES Awards including Outstanding Animated Character in an Animated Feature (Mirabel Madrigal), Outstanding Created Environment in an Animated Feature (Antonio’s Room) and Outstanding Virtual Cinematography in a CG Project (“We Don’t Talk About Bruno”). (Photos courtesy of Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

The VES Award for Outstanding Visual Effects in an Animated Feature went to Encanto, which won four VES Awards including Outstanding Animated Character in an Animated Feature (Mirabel Madrigal), Outstanding Created Environment in an Animated Feature (Antonio’s Room) and Outstanding Virtual Cinematography in a CG Project (“We Don’t Talk About Bruno”). (Photos courtesy of Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

The VES Award for Outstanding Visual Effects in an Animated Feature went to Encanto, which won four VES Awards including Outstanding Animated Character in an Animated Feature (Mirabel Madrigal), Outstanding Created Environment in an Animated Feature (Antonio’s Room) and Outstanding Virtual Cinematography in a CG Project (“We Don’t Talk About Bruno”). (Photos courtesy of Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

The VES Award for Outstanding Visual Effects in an Animated Feature went to Encanto, which won four VES Awards including Outstanding Animated Character in an Animated Feature (Mirabel Madrigal), Outstanding Created Environment in an Animated Feature (Antonio’s Room) and Outstanding Virtual Cinematography in a CG Project (“We Don’t Talk About Bruno”). (Photos courtesy of Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

The VES Award for Outstanding Visual Effects in an Animated Feature went to Encanto, which won four VES Awards including Outstanding Animated Character in an Animated Feature (Mirabel Madrigal), Outstanding Created Environment in an Animated Feature (Antonio’s Room) and Outstanding Virtual Cinematography in a CG Project (“We Don’t Talk About Bruno”). (Photos courtesy of Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

FOUNDATION

Foundation won the VES Awards for Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photoreal Episode (“The Emperor’s Peace”) and Outstanding Effects Simulations in an Episode, Commercial or Real-Time Project (“Collapse of the Galactic Empire”). (Photos courtesy of Apple TV+)

Foundation won the VES Awards for Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photoreal Episode (“The Emperor’s Peace”) and Outstanding Effects Simulations in an Episode, Commercial or Real-Time Project (“Collapse of the Galactic Empire”). (Photos courtesy of Apple TV+)

Foundation won the VES Awards for Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photoreal Episode (“The Emperor’s Peace”) and Outstanding Effects Simulations in an Episode, Commercial or Real-Time Project (“Collapse of the Galactic Empire”). (Photos courtesy of Apple TV+)

Foundation won the VES Awards for Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photoreal Episode (“The Emperor’s Peace”) and Outstanding Effects Simulations in an Episode, Commercial or Real-Time Project (“Collapse of the Galactic Empire”). (Photos courtesy of Apple TV+)

Foundation won the VES Awards for Outstanding Visual Effects in a Photoreal Episode (“The Emperor’s Peace”) and Outstanding Effects Simulations in an Episode, Commercial or Real-Time Project (“Collapse of the Galactic Empire”). (Photos courtesy of Apple TV+)


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