In a world first, Sony and Vue Entertainment announce that two World Cup matches, including the final, will be streamed live to a UK cinema in 4K.
A mammoth digital beanstalk, CG environments, digital set extensions and destruction work were on the MPC menu for Bryan Singer’s Jack the Giant Slayer.
The Edinburgh International Film Festival has announced its award winners, with a graduation film claiming both the Best British Short Film and The McLaren Animation prizes
To the Edinburgh Film Festival at the weekend and a dramatic introduction to the first batch of films in the McLaren Animation competition
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 sees Framestore providing some of its finest work yet, including recreated house-elves, a magical animated storybook sequence and other dazzling VFX- 110 shots in all.
The Royal Television Society (RTS) has launched the Craft & Design Awards 2009/2010
Framestore has announced a new high-profile film hire in the shape of Steve MacPherson as CTO, VFX.
Rushes Soho Shorts is calling for submissions for its 12th “celebration of everything short.”
Framestore, the largest visual effects and computer animation studio in Europe, is the latest major facility to invest in a Nuke site license.
Crying With Laughter, a bold, low budget, Scottish revenge thriller, has scooped the top prize of Best Film at this year’s Scottish BAFTA awards
Astro Boy, the long-awaited animated film version by Imagi Studios of the iconic Japanese manga character, was created using a Maya-based, around-the-clock production pipeline spanning Hong Kong and Hollywood.
Stereoscopic film – 3D – is easy, right? Wrong. It’s actually fraught with difficulties from the filmmakers’ point of view. Now Michael Fink, CEO Prime Focus VFX and Oscar-winning visual effects supervisor, can reveal...
VFX veteran Michael Fink reveals Prime Focus View-D
IBC, held annually in Amsterdam in September, offered a chance to catch up on the latest technology and trends in the broadcast and film world
Actress Tilda Swinton and director Mark Cousins are currently leading a team of film fans who are dragging a mobile cinema around the Scottish Highlands.