Software developer The Foundry introduced a new product Monday evening: Nuke Studio Nuke Studio offers multiple phases of post within a single application, including editorial, timeline, conform…
Ben Affleck is no longer directing a feature version of Stephen King's post-apocalyptic novel "The Stand" for Warner Bros. and CBS Films with “Crazy Heart” director Scott Cooper on board to helm and…
MSNBC will air “The Politics of Power” on Aug. 16, a documentary devoted to the subject of climate change. Yet the editorial approach of this Chris Hayes-hosted hour continues an all-too-common trend…
After spending the past two weeks trying to turn the tide for "Pacific Rim," Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures now are bracing for what appears to be a gruesome inevitability for the $185…
In an unusual example of corporate matchmaking, two leading software makers for visual effects have agreed to merge following a suggestion from Industrial Light & Magic.
If companies like Sony Imageworks, Weta Digital and Framestore are the creative divas of the effects world, Los Angeles and London-based outfit the Foundry is fast becoming the conductor.
German nonfiction filmmaker Volker Sattel confounds those on both sides of nuclear-power debate with his monumental film on the life and death of nuke plants.
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Following Walt Disney Animation Studio's groundbreaking deal to license Nuke compositing software from The Foundry, the two companies have struck a more far-reaching agreement that marks the first…
It was the kind of tech news that is often overlooked amid Emmy nominations, World Cup and LeBronmania.
A convincing argument that the human race is on borrowed time.
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