It’s “The Jungle Book”…again.
‘Paddington 2’ animation supervisor Pablo Grillo talks with us about how Framestore explored animation style and technique to discover the personality of its cg-animated star.
There are hundreds of visual effects shots in “Downsizing, but the film is certainly not a visual effects movie.
Who’s going to be nominated for a vfx Oscar? And who might slip in through the back door? We do a comprehensive breakdown of the category.
Animators overcame big challenges to transform Taika Waititi into a 7-foot 6-inch rock creature.
With a little help from Framestore, Baby Groot stole the show in the opening battle scene of ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2.’
Experts in vr animation weigh in on what they’ve learned from working in the medium so far.
Animation dream job or sweatshop: this site can help you find the answer.
Disney’s live-action/cg remake of “Beauty and the Beast” is forty minutes longer than the original.
See the Hanna-Barbera classic in live-action.
Starting as a local screening event, Sommets du cinéma d’animation has turned into a significant international festival. We review the 2016 edition.
Baby Groot for the win!
Behind the scenes of the film’s biggest beasts.
A deep dive with researcher Paul Debevec, who has been pivotal in some of the biggest innovations in vfx, including photoreal digital characters.
The 15th edition of Montreal’s Sommets animation festival takes place next week.
“I’m looking east,” says the founder and CEO of Framestore.
New York City has a new mini-animation festival, and it’s taking place this week.
Neil Boyle and Kirk Hendry are attached to direct the feature based on the bestselling novel by Michael Morpurgo.
The massive success of this non-Hollywood family film has its producers thinking franchise.
The nominees for the 2015 BAFTA Film Awards, the British equivalent of the Academy Awards, were announced yesterday.
While the Academy still hasn’t released a shortlist for the visual effects category, we identify the frontrunners in this year’s Oscar race.
New “Paddington” trailer; more CGI Paddington grotesqueness.
SIGGRAPH has announced the winners of its 41st annual Computer Animation Festival. These projects will be shown amongst more than 100 pieces at the 2014 conference that will take place August 10-14 in Vancouver, Canada.
Based on Michael Bond’s 1958 children’s book “A Bear Called Paddington,” the live-action/CG hybrid “Paddington” tells the story of a Peruvian bear who finds himself living in London. The film will be released on November 28, 2014 in the Uk, followed by a Christmas Day release in the United States by the Weinstein Company/ Dimension Films.
Based on Michael Bond’s 1958 children’s book A Bear Called Paddington, the live-action/CG hybrid Paddington tells the story of a Peruvian bear who finds himself living in London. The film will be released on November 28, 2014 in the Uk, followed by a Christmas Day release in the United States by the Weinstein Company/ Dimension Films.
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