In Latin America, an old-school skill is drawing attention for its new look.
The executive shuffling continues at Atari.
The Motion Picture Academy released its long list of 15 contenders for the visual effects Oscar.
A new study in the U.K. finds that while 56 percent of the households have a high definition set, only 9 percent of those people are getting high definition content. The rest, it seems, are using…
When it comes to the box office, animated films couldn't be a bigger draw.
Tentpole titles still couldn't help the videogame biz emerge from its months-long sales slump.
"Avatar's" aggressive seeding strategy is paying dividends in the race for the top spot on Visible Measures' Online Film Trailers chart.
Sony Pictures Television has acquired the Video Game Awards 2009 for its Animax channels in Asia, Central Europe, Latin America, Africa, Spain and Portugal.
In "Star Trek," vfx supervisor Roger Guyett needed to help the audience stay oriented in an adventure that jumped between planets, time periods, even parallel universes.
When first introduced, 5.1 surround sound was practically guaranteed to change the moviegoing experience. After all, with three extra speakers along with a subwoofer to carry a soundtrack's low end…
Once it was a given that a soundtrack's volume and density wowed Academy voters. But no longer.