Mike Seymour, Jeff Heusser and Matt Wallin travel to Mars to review Andrew Stanton’s John Carter.
Tharks, Thoates, Woola and white apes – how Double Negative brought the creatures of John Carter to life.
Cinesite production director Courtney Vanderslice discusses the moving mining city of Zodanga in ‘John Carter’ and Cinesite’s stereo conversion work.
Recently sold to private backers, Cinesite has moved sans-Kodak into a difficult visual effects climate. So where is the company at the moment, and what does the future hold? We sat down with Cinesite VFX supe Simon Stanley-Clamp to find out.
An in-depth look at the art of stereo conversion, including The Avengers, John Carter, Titanic and Transformers: Dark of the Moon.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced that 10 films remain in the running in the Visual Effects category for the 85th Academy Awards®.
fxguide is in Stuttgart, Germany for FMX 2012, our second year at the festival. It looks to be an incredible week of visual effects, animation, virtual production and filmmaking presentations. Here’s our rundown of day one.
Find out more about the exciting FMX 2012 program with presentations from all the major VFX and animation houses, and how you can support fxguide as the official FMX podcast.
Endless LLP has acquired Cinesite from Kodak for an undisclosed amount. The deal involves Cinesite’s existing management team, supported by its new investment backer.
The annual Oscar VFX bake-off has just been held to whittle 10 films down to the final 5. Here’s our guest post from Michael Scott who attended the event.
This morning The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the nominees for the 85th Academy Awards®. The nominees are…
We take a quick look at Kodak’s restructuring in light of rumors of a possible Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. UPDATED: Kodak has now filed for bankruptcy protection.
Double Negative has worked on 4 of the 7 films in this year’s Oscar Bake Off. Plus is now on John Carter of Mars and Captain America. Also the Singapore office has just appointed former Asylum VFX CEO Nathan McGuinness as that office’s Creative Director. We talk to McGuinness about his new role. Plus we have an fxpodcast with Dneg vfx supe Paul Franklin about the studio’s proprietary software tools.
Rhythm and Hues has been sold at auction following bankruptcy to Prana Studios. Final hearing scheduled for Friday at 10:00 am.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced it will invite 134 people to join as members. Included in the Visual Effects category are: Christopher Bond, Matthew Butler, Chris Corbould, Rob Engle, Scott Gordon, Hal Hickel, Van Ling, Shane Mahan, Steve Preeg, Tim Webber, Edson Williams Full press release after the read more