Mike Seymour, TyRuben Ellingson and Matt Wallin discuss the story and visual effects in the Academy Award nominated masterpiece film by Ang Lee, Life of Pi.
Bringing to life digital oceans and characters for Ang Lee’s Life of Pi. Includes several making of breakdown videos.
Life of Pi won the Oscar today at the Academy Awards. However, the presentation of the VFX award was not without some controversy.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences extends invitations to artists for Academy Membership each year. Here are the 2013 invitees for Visual Effects.
A documentary following the bankruptcy of Rhythm & Hues as it won the Oscar for Life of Pi and plans for a second protest march at the Oscars.
Winners were announced for the EE British Academy Film Awards today, Sunday February 10th, at London’s Royal Opera House.
This morning The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the nominees for the 85th Academy Awards®. The nominees are…
Nominations were announced for the EE British Academy Film Awards which will take place on Sunday 10 February at London’s Royal Opera House.
This week we talk to Rhythm & Hues visual effects supervisor Bill Westenhofer. Bill was the overall VFX supe on Ang Lee’s Life of Pi, one of the nominees for the Best Visual Effects Oscar this year and a recent BAFTA and VES winner.
In this special video for fxguide fxinsider members, we talk to senior lighting artist Tarek Elaydi, who discusses issues of color science, management and use in CG lighting and visual effects.
Winners and photos from the 11th Annual VES Awards.
The latest Freakonomics Radio episode is “No Hollywood Ending for the Visual-Effects Industry” Our Mike Seymour is a part of the episode.
A group of Visual Effects Artists is working to raise the profile of issues facing the industry by protesting at the Academy Awards. Updated with an audio interview with Jeff Heusser and Scott Squires from the march.
The MPAA wants trade courts to consider the use of electronic means to distribute intellectual property to be treated the same as physical goods, LA City Council hears testimony, Life After Pi has been released and ADAPT is announced.