Australia’s vfx industry just got a lot bigger.
It will be the first animated feature produced by Georgia’s Fun Academy Motion Pictures.
In “Atomic Puppet,” a superhero is transformed into a powerless puppet who is only effective when placed on the hands of his biggest fan.
Technicolor has acquired The Milll, the world’s largest advertising vfx studio, in a deal valued at nearly $300 million.
“Inside Out” production designer Ralph Eggleston and historian John Canemaker will introduce some of the screenings.
The makers of last year’s CG Astérix and the upcoming “Little Prince” has been snapped up.
This press release was interesting to me because I wasn’t aware that Technicolor is making a push into original content development.