Visual effects may sometimes seem like a "dark art" to moviegoers, but if they could attend the Visual Effects Society's annual awards show their minds would be enlightened — and blown. Honoring…
The Visual Effects Society, the professional organization of the visual effects industry, has unveiled its board of directors officers for 2017. The officers, who comprise the VES board executive…
The Visual Effects Society (VES) announced Monday the names of those sitting on its 2016 board of directors. The officers, elected at the January 2016 board meeting, will make up the VES board…
The Visual Effects Society’s 2013 white paper on the state of the global visual effects industry paints an image of a sector under siege that must heal its internal problems if it’s to survive the…
The Visual Effects Society, prodded to action by recent protests and anger among vfx pros worldwide, has issued a statement with two calls to action for the visual effects industry. The first calls…
"Life of Pi," "Brave" and "Game of Thrones" were big winners at the 11th annual Visual Effects Society Awards at the Beverly Hilton on Tuesday night.
A combination of new and familiar faces decorates the Visual Effects Society's 2013 board of directors, which was announced Tuesday.
Warner Bros.' "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey," Disney-Marvel's "The Avengers" and Fox's "Life of Pi" led the feature noms for the Visual Effects Society's 11th annual VES Awards.
The Visual Effects Society has named helmer Ang Lee winner of its 2013 Visionary Award.
"Rise of the Planet of the Apes" took top honors but "Rango" took most honors of any feature at the Visual Effects Society Awards on Tuesday night.
"The Adventures of Tintin" leads the pack of nominees for the Visual Effects Society's VES kudos with six noms.
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