the vfx show #150: Snow White and the Huntsman

Mike Seymour, Matt Wallin and Jason Diamond discuss the wide range of visual effects in the re-told, classic fairytale, Snow White and the Huntsman.

Head on over to fxguide for Ian Failes’ in-depth article which has interviews with all the lead vendors – Double Negative, Rhythm & Hues, Pixomondo, Lola, The Mill, Hydraulx, Baseblack, BlueBolt and Nvizage, plus overall visual effects supervisor Cedric Nicolas-Troyan.

Show Notes:

Director: Rupert Sanders
Cinematographer: Greig Fraser
VFX Supervisors and Companies:

Production VFX Supervisors — Cedric Nicolas-Troyan and Phil Brennan

Rhythm & Hues — Todd Shifflett
Double Negative — John Moffatt
The Mill — Nicolas Hernandez
BlueBolt — Angela Barson
Baseblack — Steve Moncur and Rudi Holzfapel
Lola VFX — Edson Williams
Pixomondo — Bryan Hirota and Geoff Scott
Hydraulx — Colin Strause
Legacy Effects — J. Alan Scott and Lindsay MacGowan
Nvizage – Previs

Mirror, Mirror (2012)

Boris Vallejo

Red Epic camera

Full cast of the film

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1 thought on “the vfx show #150: <em>Snow White and the Huntsman</em>”

  1. This was a great podcast. I went to watch the film, after listening to the review on this podcast. I just wanted to chime in, although I agree the actors for the dwarfs were all known faces. After watching the film, I really can not say I could see why the choice was to replace the faces, their roles through out the film didn’t necessitate it n my opinion. In the end it seem to me, that a great opportunity was lost to let some fresh faces shine.
    I know in Game of Thrones, the character in the novel itself is a little person, and is a mastermind. It’s just my opinion, but it seems HBO got the better deal by not adding the unnecessary expense to the budget.

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