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August 9, 2019

Making the Dashing Digital Train in DEADWOOD: THE MOVIE

FuseFX Visual Effects Supervisor Eric Hayden on creating the train scene for HBO’s DEADWOOD: THE MOVIE (VFX Voice)

The ‘Marvel’ Behind Real-Time On-Set Visualization of Digital Hulk and Thanos

Profile Studios’ Matt Madden shares how virtually integrating Mark Ruffalo and Josh Brolin with CG assets, live, on set, gave Endgame and Infinity War filmmakers the immediate viewing access they needed to continually adjust and refine the film’s key digital character performances (Animation World Network)

Emmy Contender: How THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE Destroyed the Statue of Liberty, Nazi-Style

Apparently, no one thought it suspicious when a small group of men took a ferry out to Liberty Island and took pictures of the Statue of Liberty while discussing their plans to blow it up (SyFy)

Brexit Uncertainty Over EU Workers in VFX and Post

UK Screen survey reveals 51% of facilities’ European staff have yet to apply for Settled Status (Broadcast)

Fox Entertainment Acquires Bob’s Burgers Studio Bento Box

Fox Entertainment has acquired the decade-old production company Bento Box Entertainment, the production studio behind Fox’s Bob’s Burgers as well as two upcoming animated Fox series, Duncanville and The Great North (Cartoon Brew)

The Top 10 Visual Effects Schools

Grads from the leading institutions — from San Francisco’s Academy of Art University to the Vancouver Film School — are landing work, connecting with the pros and even winning Oscars (The Hollywood Reporter)

Technicolor’s Mill Film Adelaide Up and Running

Global movie company Technicolor has launched a new post-production studio in Adelaide, Australia (Animation Magazine)

People on the Move

VFX Creative Director Jerry Spivack, Colorists Michael Pethel, Matthew Schwab Join SHIPPING + HANDLING

SHIPPING + HANDLING has added VFX creative director Jerry Spivack as well as colorists Michael Pethel and Matthew Schwab (SHOOT Online)


CoSA VFX Welcomes Stephanie Winslow as New Executive Producer

Former Legendary Entertainment production executive most recently managed 3D conversions of Suicide Squad and Venom. (Animation World Network)


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