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May 9, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Balancing Blood and Believability in Superhero Twister THE BOYS

THE BOYS VFX Supervisor Stephan Fleet on creating the series’ superhero visual effects (VFX Voice)

Christopher Nolan Wants TENET to Revive Movie Theaters. Will It?

For movie theaters shuttered by coronavirus, it’s become something of a mantra: “Just wait until TENET(Variety)

Germany Steps Up to Aid Battered Production Sector, Looks to Keep Blockbuster Shoots

Germany’s film industry has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, but the sector remains teeming with opportunities for domestic and international productions (Variety)

“New Artificial Intelligence Tools Will Revolutionize The Visual Effects Industry!”

Visual Effects industry veteran Helena Packer is currently working to enhance the next era of the visual effects field by developing new tools which will utilize the powerful advancements in digital technologies offered by Artificial Intelligence (SHOOT Online)

Tom Cruise and NASA Are Officially Shooting a Movie in Space

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine announced the organization is collaborating with Tom Cruise on a movie filmed aboard the space station (Entertainment Weekly)

Movie Props Have ‘Undeniable Charm.’ A New Disney+ Series Spotlights the Fading Art

The series is a celebration of artists, practical effects and how filmmaking used to be (Los Angeles Times)

Scaling for Episodic VFX

How visual effects studio Rocket Science safeguards innovation while riding the constant, complex waves of episodic TV (Animation World Network)

People on the Move

VFX Powerhouse Framestore Makes Three Key Hires To Film Division

Framestore, the UK VFX studio that has offices across North America and in Mumbai, has made a trio of key hires into its London-based film division (Deadline)


Kenny Solomon Tapped to Lead The Embassy’s New LA VFX Facility

Canadian visual effects and production studio The Embassy has announced its expansion to the U.S., opening a new L.A. office and appointing innovative Executive Producer Kenny Solomon to head up the operation (Animation Magazine)


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