Marvel may be the vfx industry bogeyman at present, but they’re certainly not the only studio exploiting artists and technicians.
Retired educator and industry leader Pam Hogarth was named the recipient of this year’s VES Founders Award.
Visual effects workers who are on projects with “serious issues” may no longer work from home.
‘Paddington in Peru’ sees the cg bear cross the Atlantic for the third installment of the hit film series from Studiocanal, Heyday, and Framestore.
DNEG is currently working on several Netflix titles including Stranger Things, Nimona, and The School for Good and Evil.
Framestore has worked on blockbusters including the ‘Paddington’ films, several Marvel titles, and ‘Pokémon Detective Pikachu,’ among others.
The studio has an initial staff of 75 artists, with plans to expand before the end of the year.
Michael Bay is unhappy with the vfx in his film – and he’s not going to take any responsibility for it.
Dune and Encanto led the pack with four awards apiece.
Disney’s long-gestating hybrid project “Chip ’n Dale: Rescue Rangers” has a trailer – and it’s a headscratcher.
The companies have worked alongside one another on the series “Genius: Aretha” and “P-Valley.”
This year’s animated feature nominees were predictable. The short ones certainly weren’t.
Animation had its big breakout at the Oscars, with nominations in seven different categories.
The vfx giant’s move follows an abandoned plan for an IPO.
Key contenders that made the short shortlist include “Affairs of the Art,” “Robin Robin,” “Souvenir Souvenir,” and “Windshield Wiper.”
Scanline’s credits include “Stranger Things 3,” “Cowboy Bebop,” and “Game of Thrones.”
Unity’s acquisition of Weta Digital could be a game-changing moment in the vfx industry.
A landmark study has shone light on systemic issues facing women in the vfx industry.
High-caliber projects, low living costs: that’s the pitch Montreal is making to West Coast workers.
“It is the right thing for the staff, the right thing for the industry to do,” said DNEG exec Chris Burn.