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October 20, 2014, 4:48 pm
The folks at Pixar are no stranger to significantly overhauling their films during production—Ratatouille and Toy Story 2 were both essentially started over from scratch when Brad Bird and John Lassetter replaced the previous directors, respectively—but The Good Dinosaur has been a curious case.
October 20, 2014, 12:44 pm
El último 21 de septiembre falleció Eduardo López, destacado montajista de la historia del cine argentino y excelente persona y amigo. Habíamos publicado previamente una breve reseña sobre su trayectoria como compaginador. Entre sus reconocimientos más destacados se encuentran el Cóndor de Plata por mejor compaginación en “Últimos días de la victima” (1981) y por “Tiempo de Revancha” (1982) Queremos complementar el […]
October 20, 2014, 9:29 am
Those are the words of George Lucas to CBS’ Charlie Rose, during a public inteview at Chicago Ideas Week. Lucas created Star Wars for a film studio, 20th Century Fox, but negotiated to own the property (and all of its incredibly lucrative merchandising rights), and as soon as he was capable, he essentially operated as the biggest and wealthiest independent filmmaker in the world. Lucas financed his own movies, made them to his own specifications, and then only used the studios as distributors.
October 20, 2014, 4:43 am
Halloween approaches, and so does a nasty little habit that snags virtually everyone when editing. This habit is diabolical, an insidious practice that plays Dracula to your time, sucking out the very lifeblood of your edit. Mountains of research suggest that overindulging in this practice not only murders your productivity, but it could literally shrink […]
October 20, 2014, 4:38 am
Earlier this summer we saw the release of Brett Ratner's "Hercules". The movie was a mild success despite critics' anticipations. Recently Milk VFX and Double Negative VFX houses have both released breakdowns of how they created the visual effects for the movie. Mike Seymour of Wired walks you through a detailed featurette on how Double Negative created the numerous creature effects for the film. In the second breakdown we get to see how Milk expanded the world in the movie with set expansions, matte paintings and other special effect touches.
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