“The whole point of the studio is to just do what we want,” says Neill Blomkamp, director of films like “District 9,” “Elysium,” and “Chappie.”
Already a hub for vfx, animation and games, Vancouver now has a new mo-cap studio.
Behind the scenes of Ridley Scott’s newest “Alien” film, with before and after image breakdowns.
With a little help from Framestore, Baby Groot stole the show in the opening battle scene of ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2.’
The adaptation of the Neil Gaiman novel had some out-there god imagery that was so crazy it needed a custom-made camera rig to make it possible.
By the end of production, even the vfx artists and filmmakers had difficulty telling the real cars apart from the digital ones.
Visual effects played a huge role in bringing Michael Pitt’s Kuze villain to life in the new live-action version of ‘Ghost in the Shell.’
Kong and his Skull Island friends and foes receive their own special brand of animation in the new Jordan Vogt-Roberts film.
Digital actors are again in the spotlight, with a cg Hugh Jackman and another character made for key scenes in ‘Logan.’
VFX artists: underpaid, overworked, uncredited, and mentally abused. A new documentary exposes the problem.
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.
Five-time-Academy Award winner Ken Ralston offers his thoughts on past projects and the future of vfx.
This year’s Oscar-nominated vfx supervisors name their toughest shots—and they’re not all what you might think.
Disney’s live-action/cg remake of “Beauty and the Beast” is forty minutes longer than the original.
The perils of the vfx industry…EXPOSED!
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Chinese filmmakers have an everything-and-the-kitchen-sink mentality when it comes to vfx, not that that’s a bad thing.
It’s a lot of fun to see a superhero film that embraces its cartooniness and uses vfx to do silly, unbelievable things.