Indian giants combine forces to finance Double Negative acquisition.
Snafus in the presentation of the visual effects Oscar last year infuriated the vfx community, which was already in pain after the bankruptcies of Digital Domain and Rhythm and Hues Studios…
Reliance MediaWorks, the beleaguered Indian group which extends from visual effects to multiplex operation, is to delist its shares from the stock market.
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Sun Innovation, the Hong Kong-listed shell company that earlier this year acquired visual effects firm Digital Domain, is to be renamed Digital Domain Holdings Limited.
The acquisition of Digital Domain 3.0 Saturday by a Hong Kong-based scrap-trading company is in reality just the public face of a complex, long-gestating deal financed by a mysterious Chinese…
Updated Saturday, 12:45 a.m. PDT: Digital Domain 3.0, the post-bankruptcy incarnation of the Venice, Calif.-based visual effects company founded by James Cameron, Stan Winston and Scott Ross, has yet…
Production on Digital Domain Media Group's animated feature "The Legend of Tembo" shut down when DDMG declared bankruptcy last September, and many of its freelance artists lost not only an important…
Over the weekend I heard from blogger “VFX Soldier” asking if this comment on his post regarding the visual effects demonstrations held the Sunday the Oscars were held might be from former Digital…
Growing anger in the struggling visual effects community is raising concerns that some of its more extreme members could mount a cyber attack against a major vfx facility with the intention of…
Visual effects company Digital Domain Sunday night confirmed it sale to Galloping Horse America and Mumbai-based Reliance Mediaworks for $30.2 million.