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February 7, 2019

Visual Effects Society Announces Winners of the 17th Annual VES Awards

Avengers: Infinity War Garners Top Feature Film; Spider‐Man: Into the Spider‐Verse is Top Animated Feature Film; Lost in Space Leads the Broadcast Wins (Visual Effects Society)

How Adobe Lives in a Creative Cloud

Adobe Senior Product Manager of Animation Sirr Less on developing new tools and workflows for animation (VFX Voice)

VFX Supervisor Roger Guyett On The Thousands Of Character Models Crafted For Ready Player One

VFX supervisor Roger Guyett has been along for the ride on two of the most demanding projects of Steven Spielberg’s career. (Deadline)

Avengers: Infinity War Has A Crazy Small Number Of Shots Without Visual Effects

Joe and Anthony Russo’s Avengers: Infinity War is not just a narrative epic – bringing together more than 20 established characters from the Marvel Cinematic Universe – but also a remarkable visual effects feat. (Cinema Blend)

Engine Room Edit, Brewhouse VFX merge into Conductor Productions

Scott Knowlton and Noah Lydiard, co-owners of Conductor Productions, have recently announced the merger of Engine Room Edit and Brewhouse VFX into Conductor Productions (SHOOT Online)

Outpost VFX Offers Staff Unlimited Holidays

Bounemouth-based VFX house to provide staff with an uncapped holiday allowance (Broadcast Now)

Op-Ed: Why I Filed The Wage-Theft Lawsuit Against Major Animation Studios

In this op-ed, Georgia Cano is speaking publicly for the first time about why she became involved in the lawsuit and the effect that it has had on her professional and personal life (Cartoon Brew)

Game of Thrones Showrunners Reveal Secrets Behind Ambitious Visual Effects, Final Season’s Big Battle

David Benioff and Dan Weiss speak about the HBO show’s biggest VFX challenges and how they’ll face its last episodes. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Annie Awards 2019 Winners: Spider-Verse Wins 7 Awards Including Best Feature; Netflix Sweeps Series Awards

With Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, the Sony studio won the Annie for Best Animated Feature for the first time in its 17-year history. (Cartoon Brew)

VFX Supervisors Reflect On First Man, Christopher Robin, Isle of Dogs

Insights come from a trio whose body of work spans Oscar and VES Award wins, nominations (SHOOT Online)

Brand new VFX technology had to be created to make Alita: Battle Angel

WETA – the digital visual effects company behind Lord of the Rings, Avatar and The Jungle Book – created new technology in order to bring Alita to life in the most hyperrealistic way possible. (Yahoo! Movies)

Framestore Wants to Develop the Best Indian VFX Talent

Oscar-winning creative studio Framestore partnered with Anibrain to helm a series of recruitment roadshows across India. (Animation Express)

Transform Your Understanding Of Living With Dementia With Oculus Rift

Creative agency Galactig has created the app to help spread awareness. (VRFocus)

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