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March 5, 2020, 15:37 PM


Sony Pictures Imageworks have released this making of about the creation of the desert sequence explained by VFX Supervisor Jason Greenblum for JUMANJI – THE NEXT LEVEL...

Answering the ‘Call of the Wild’

March 5, 2020, 15:37 PM


As a third-generation special effects supervisor, Jeremy Hays grew-up in the movie industry, witnessing firsthand a variety of filmmaking approaches that were sometimes successful, but often times not. His own resume is diverse, ranging from Hearts in Atlantis, to The Equalizer, to Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood, where he also makes a cameo as a flamethrower trainer. And for Hays, failure is always a learning experience. “On any film, what I do first is analyze the creative elements and then talk with the director, producers, or writers, to get an idea of what their focus points are,” he explains. “When designing a special effect, you want it to fail a few times in the shop before actually doing it in front of a camera. Having an effect that is 80 percent effective right out of the gate can be misleading, as that might be as far as it will ever get. Some projects that are fast paced don’t allow you time to test, so you have to tap into the experience of all those failed jobs that make you go, ‘That’s not going to work.’ Through those failures, you increase your proficiency and accuracy.”

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The Illusionists — John Bruno

March 4, 2020, 08:13 AM


Open up our 40th anniversary celebration issue, Cinefex 169, and you’ll find The Illusionists, a giant roundtable discussion in which 21 Oscar-winning visual effects supervisors debate the past, present and future of cinematic illusions. We recorded over 14 hours of interview material for the article, and inevitably some of it ended up on the cutting room floor. In this series of short blogs, we’re pleased to share a few of our favorite outtakes. To read the full roundtable, pick up your copy of Cinefex 169.

Reviews: iZotope Ozone 9 and Ozone 9 Advanced

March 3, 2020, 12:24 PM


We have two reviews today: one for Ozone 9 Advanced and one for Ozone 9. The first is from MusicRadar. The second is from MusicTech.


March 3, 2020, 12:24 PM


If you like Bayhem and crazy action sequences, then be sure to watch this VFX Showreel by Scanline VFX about their work on 6 UNDERGROUND...

How to get a job at ILM

March 3, 2020, 08:58 AM


The studio behind movies such as Star Wars and Avengers is seeking new art talent. Here's how to get a foot in the door.

Episode 236 - Side Hustle - Allan Mckay

March 3, 2020, 08:58 AM


One of the big frustrations that we all have is — we want more money. Anytime we want a pay bump, we have to wait for our annual review and see if we get a salary increase at our main job. Yet we spend our spare time doing something more creative because we aren’t being challenged at work. We go home to do the work that we find fulfilling in the first place.

29 Projects Selected to Pitch at CEE Animation Forum 2020

March 3, 2020, 08:58 AM


CEE Animation Forum is a co-production pitching, B2B and networking event aimed at boosting the projects´ international circulation potential, visibility and their access to a wider European market.

Film Editor Lewis Erskine on Finding the Rhythm for Miles Davis Doc ‘Birth of the Cool’

March 3, 2020, 08:57 AM


On-the-beat editing for the documentary “Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool” comes courtesy of Lewis Erskine who brings rhythm to the images apace with that perfect flow of the jazz icon’s horn. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2019 and earned a nomination at the NAACP’s 2020 Image Awards for outstanding documentary film. It premieres on PBS’ “American Masters” with additional footage tonight (Feb. 25).

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