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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.
Real-time tools are giving animation and vfx creators more flexibility in generating cg worlds and characters.
Disney wins for the ninth time in ten years.
Here’s our coverage of the 15 contenders who are competing for an animation/vfx Oscar next week.
‘Kubo and the Two Strings’ beat three Disney animated features for the BAFTA feature animation prize.
Despite losing five of its six nominations, “Kubo” still managed to do something no other non-Disney film has done in the last five years.
This year’s Oscar-nominated vfx supervisors name their toughest shots—and they’re not all what you might think.
What do you think?
Stay up-to-date on which animation and vfx films are winning end-of-year honors.
The vfx shortlist includes the expected (“Doctor Strange,” “The Jungle Book”) and the unexpected (“Kubo and the Two Strings,” “Arrival”)
“The Jungle Book” and “Zootopia” were recognized tonight by the Critics’ Choice Awards.
The 20 films in contention for the vfx Oscar have been announced.
Who are the likely contenders for a visual effects Oscar? And which films might surprise this year?
If you described today’s announcement of a “Lion King” remake as a ‘live-action film,’ you really shouldn’t be covering the film industry.
“Zootopia” reached the milestone just two days before its Blu-ray release.
Cartoon Brew delves into the animation challenges of Disney’s latest blockbuster.
Will Rovio’s big gamble on “Angry Birds” pay off?
Rainmaker’s approach to video game adaptations may need a rethink, while Disney is obliterating box office records in 2016.
The ninth weekend of Disney’s “Zootopia” outperformed its new competition, “Ratchet & Clank.”
What do you call a ‘live-action’ film that’s 90% animated?
Both of Disney’s animated films in theaters right now are huge hits.
Another animated film takes over the top spot at the U.S. box office.
Jon Favreau’s dark reboot screens like a terrorized tale drained of humor, compared to Wolfgang Reitherman’s amiable 1967 feature.
In his never-ending quest to be recognized as a serious thespian, character actor Andy Serkis continues to minimize the role of the animators who make his performances possible. With each interview he gives, Serkis seems to do more and more of the work, and the animators less and less. About the only thing Serkis doesn’t do at this point is build his own motion capture rigs and provide his own craft services.
Like a signature, each animator has their own little quirks or trademarks that distinguish their animation from others. Some draw …
Hyderabad, India and Los Angeles, CA —DQ Entertainment Ireland Limited (DQE) is expanding its production pipeline with the creation …
HYDERABAD, India, May 30, 2012 — DQE, the global entertainment company, announced today that Disney XD has acquired the 3D HD animated …