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August 22, 2021, 12:30 PM
Replay: This year, Terminator 2: Judgment Day turns 30. Made by a director and star at the peaks of their powers, T2 was the most expensive film ever at the time, and remains both the highest-grossing movie of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s career and the sequel which furthest out-performed its progenitor. It is also one of a handful of films that changed the world of visual effects forever, signalling as it did – to borrow the subtitle from its woeful follow-up – the rise of the machines.
August 18, 2021, 03:25 PM
FX Legion delivered 100+ visual effects for director Rodo Savagues’ action thriller, ‘Don’t Breathe 2.’ released theatrically on August 13th. The franchise was born from the creative partnership of Savagues and Fede Alvare, the director of the highly successful first installment, ‘Don’t Breathe,’ in 2016. Visual effects were key to bringing co-writers Savagues and Alvare’s vision of the sequel to life. Complex computer-generated sequences and digital shots were relied on to au...#vfx#film#vfx legion#james david hattin#vfx british columbia#vfx vancouver#vfx los angeles#vfx legion creates
August 18, 2021, 09:06 AM
Cinelab London, a UK-based full-service film lab and digital dailies facility, has hired senior colorist and dailies supervisor Darren Rae as head of color. Rae has spent over 25-plus years working with directors and cinematographers supervising dailies and grading many blockbuster and independent feature films and longform series. Some of his credits include Spectre, Continue reading → August 17, 2021 The post Cinelab Adds Industry Vet Darren Rae as Head of Color appeared first on postPersp...
August 18, 2021, 09:04 AM
Working in conjunction with production VFX supervisors Jake Morrison and Jim Berney, Rodeo FX created the dolphin sequences in Jungle Cruise. Rodeo VFX supe Ara Khanikian breaks it down.
August 17, 2021, 09:18 AM
Before the widespread use of CGI, filmmakers used surprising in-camera tricks and optical illusions to fool audiences. Early filmmakers like Georges Méliès could add a hidden cut to film a wide array of illusions. Creative composites allowed for an invisible character in 1933's “The Invisible Man” and for Moses to part the sea in “The Ten Commandments.” Artists literally painted on top of shots to extend sets in “Citizen Kane” and create fantasy worlds in “The Wizard of Oz.” Wh...
Greg O'Bryant sits down with Gordon to discuss the editing of Brand New Cherry Flavor for Netflix an...
Yan Miles sits down to discuss editing The Crown's hit episode Fairytale.
Gordon sits down with Michelle Tesoro ACE to discuss her work on The Queen's Gambit.
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