This is only the first chapter of an upcoming feature-length documentary “Hollywood Ending,” that delves into the larger, complex challenges facing the US Film Industry and the many professionals working within it, whose fates and livelihood are intertwined.
Sylvain Despretz share hints and tips on how to work as a visual artist in the film industry.
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The econopocalypse has blazed has a path of destruction through every sector of the economy—leaving Chrysler and now GM in bankruptcy. Now, it looks like the wave of destruction is bearing down on the effects industry, too, refuting the theory that this industry is recession proof. via Computer Graphics World – Casualties of the Recession. […]
Matte World Digital shows a detailed set of examples of some of the matte painting artworks they have created for the visual effects of the movie “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”.
View Award 2008 is a World Wide Short Competition Using 3D Animation and VFX.
The final session of VIEW Conference 8 had Sharon Calahan of Pixar Animation Studios presenting the making of the Look of Ratatouille, the CGI animated feature film. Introduced by Italian animation master Bruno Bozzetto.
VIEW Conference (former Virtuality Conference) comes back with its annual event dedicated to the world of: digital content world, computer graphics, 3D animation, visual effects, design and videogames.
A new section in the CG Explorer Guide helping students to choose a Computer Graphics school to learn skills dedicated to the following application fields: illustration, digital arts, filmmaking, visual effects, advertisements, television, videogames. Finally I am starting to use this dedicated section to collect resources useful to the CG community.
Maybe the best film I watched in year 2006. This 7-minutes documentary tells some of the “behind the scenes” about the filmmaking and the special effects. The long takes and the visual style of the film do really makes “Children of Men” an innovative work.