At the recent Siggraph conference in Anaheim, there were not one but two panels on the state of the vfx industry. Word on the street was that feature effects production is dead in L.A.
There is finally good news on the vfx front in Blighty as Double Negative announces the launch of a TV division.
VFX company Double Negative is to launch a production shingle, Double Negative Films, as well as forming a partnership with U.K. production company Apollo Prods. and studio facilities group Pinewood…
Visual effects house Double Negative has denied rumors that swept Twitter on Tuesday night that it was about to pinkslip between 200 and 250 staffers, calling the figure "crazy."
Each of London's big four film vfx houses has its own strengths, but tries not to get pigeonholed.
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