Times are sour in the visual effects business. Companies are folding, artists are getting stiffed, and workers are split over unionization.
In the 1960s, Arch Oboler, whose pic "Bwana Devil" had kicked off the 3D boom of the 1950s, spoke to Variety about what had gone so wrong with 3D in those years.
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Not long ago I got a call from a Time magazine reporter working on a story on the visual effects business. As we discussed the dire financial straits of many vfx companies despite their growing…
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.