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…
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…
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Digital Domain heads for auction Friday with a handful of bidders lined up and the first lawsuit is filed against the bankrupt company in Florida, where officials defended their dealings with the…
Tuesday's pre-dawn announcement that Digital Domain Media Group had declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy and then sold part of itself to Searchlight Capital Partners for $15 million touched off some…
The bankruptcy filing of Digital Domain has already created a fallout in a state all too familiar with boom and bust: Florida, which had staked some $20 million that a new production facility would…
After several weeks of high drama, troubled Digital Domain Media filed for Chapter 11 in the U.S. and Canada and agreed to sell its production business to Searchlight Partners Capital for $15 million.
Digital Domain's founder and former CEO Scott Ross, who sold the company in 2006, said he'd join other investors in a bid for the financially strapped company and take the top job if a turnaround…
The Siggraph computer graphics conference earlier this month should have found the visual-effects biz on top of the world: Visual effects blockbusters and CG-animated family pics dominate the annual…
Proponents of a visual effects union got some fresh ammunition recently thanks to a clumsy attempt at humor by Digital Domain Media Group chairman-CEO John Textor.