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.
The Third Floor, Hybride and Animal Logic share how they’ve adjusted to remote VFX production and post-production during the COVID-19 crisis (VFX Voice)
Comcast-owned European broadcaster Sky has secured planning permission to build a major new film and TV studio in Elstree, north London (The Hollywood Reporter)
Comcast-owned European broadcaster Sky has secured planning permission to build a major new film and TV studio in Elstree, north London (Deadline)
The Berlin Senate has allocated €2m ($2.2m) in funding for 2020 to enhance the competitiveness of the capital’s VFX sector (Screen International)
VFX Studio to produce video appraisals and reviews for those coming into the industry (Broadcast)
Ron Howard’s APOLLO 13 celebrated its 25th anniversary on June 30. With the help of post house Digital Domain, the 1995 film depicted a 1970 space mission that turned into a fight for survival after an oxygen tank exploded in the service module (Variety)
The studio will cater to the fast-growing Chinese movie industry (Cartoon Brew)
Get ready for a special episode of VFX Pros: Home Edition – Inside The VES Handbook of Visual Effects – 3rd Edition, featuring Co-Editors Jeffrey A. Okun, VES and Susan Zwerman, VES and a panel of expert contributors to the book (Visual Effects Society)
The book has been cited by leading practitioners as the definitive visual effects textbook and the essential reference for the craft and art of VFX (Computer Graphics World)
“Most of the obstacles I’ve faced in my career have come from the previous generation of women who weren’t very supportive and I felt held back” (Backstage)
“I think Season 1 really only scratched the surface of what was possible” (Deadline)
AmazeVR is promising to help musicians share concerts — but in a modified form that keeps fans safe (VentureBeat)
Reacting to the coronavirus pandemic shutting down production, Bron Media is launching an animation division for series television, short-form content and motion pictures (Variety)
Funding secured by Bristal-based visual effects studio follows government’s announcement to provide 1.5 billion pounds for arts sector impacted by COVID-19 pandemic (Animation World Network)