Auds already know vfx is a "major" category. Why doesn't the Acad?
David S. Cohen
"We will have to change," President Obama told the nation in Sunday night's memorial service for the victims of the Newtown, Conn., school massacre.
It's summer tentpole season, and this summer has been a veritable groaning table for visual effects fans like me.
A few weeks ago I moderated the Q&A that followed the Variety screening of "Jane Eyre." I asked director Cary Fukunaga if he'd shot with a digital camera or on film, and he replied that he always…
Steven Jobs, the pioneering mogul who led Pixar Animation and Apple to banner success and became a leader in the computer, consumer electronics and animation industries, has died. He was 56.
From the time it was spun off from Industrial Light & Magic in 2006 until its recent demise, Kerner Optical stood as the movie industry's most revered models-and-miniatures shop.
The most startling visual effect in Marvel's "Captain America: The First Avenger" isn't any bit of superhero derring-do but rather the sight of star Chris Evans shrunk down to a proverbial 97-pound…
Action auds adore him. Fussy cineastes revile him. Hardly anyone in either camp puts much thought into assessing his work.