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ROGUE ONE – A STAR WARS STORY: John Knoll – Overall...

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In 2013, John Knoll told us about his career and PACIFIC RIM. He then oversaw the effects of TOMORROWLAND before taking care of the new STAR WARS movies. Today he talks about his work on ROGUE ONE.

John Knoll interview at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim

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Nice video interview by starwars.com of John Knoll, Chief Creative Officer & Senior VFX Supervisor, about his first contact with Industrial Light & Magic...

John Knoll: ILM and Cinefex

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NewScribbler purpose a long video interview (in three parts) of John Knoll (Chief Creative Officer and Senior VFX Supervisor) about ILM, VFX and Cinefex: ©...

John Knoll (Chief Creative Officer – Industrial Light & Magic): Discussion...

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Last October, The Art of VFX was in Turin, Italy for View Conference. VFX Legend John Knoll has made an impressive presentation about Industrial Light...

MISSION IMPOSSIBLE – GHOST PROTOCOL: John Knoll – VFX Supervisor –...

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John Knoll joined ILM in 1986 as motion control camera operator to work on INNERSPACE and WILLOW. He will then work on THE ABYSS. He's promoted as VFX Supervisor in 1990 for the film THE HUNT OF THE RED OCTOBER (with Scott Squires). He will oversee the PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN and STAR WARS trilogies. He will also participate in MISSION TO MARS, SPEED RACER, AVATAR or recently RANGO. He is with his brother Thomas, one of the creators of the software Photoshop. He received nine awards including the Oscar for Best Visual Effects for PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: DEAD MAN'S CHEST and more than 20 nominations. In the following interview, he talks about his work on MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: GHOST PROTOCOL that marks his return on this franchise since he had supervised the effects of the first MISSION IMPOSSIBLE.

PACIFIC RIM: John Fragomeni (President & Senior VFX Supervisor) & Zach...

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John Fragomeni, President of Mirada, has been with the studio since its inception in 2010 and oversees all aspects of the studio’s diverse portfolio and developing technology. Most notable of his feature film visual effects credits include the PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN franchise and TERMINATOR SALVATION, which he supervised while at Asylum. He has also worked on commercial projects for some of the biggest Fortune 500 companies - as a Director and as a VFX Supervisor - and served as Head of Visual Effects at Motion Theory (MTh). Zach Tucker has supervised countless teams of artists and worked alongside world-class directors for films such as G-FORCE, THE SEEKER: THE DARK IS RISING, DEJA VU and APOCALYPTO. As a Visual Effects Supervisor at Mirada, he brings extensive technical expertise to high-profile feature film and advertising projects, including work for Expedia, Tide, Centrum, and a Super Bowl spot for Wrigley’s “5 Gum.” Tucker has also worked for Digital Domain and Asylum.

19th Annual VES Awards: The Nominees

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The Visual Effects Society has announced yesterday the nominations for the 19th Annual VES Awards! Congratulations and good luck to everyone! Outstanding Visual Effects in...

Inside ILM: Creating the Razor Crest

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Don't miss this great ILM documentary about the creation of the Razor Crest for THE MANDALORIAN and featuring an impressive list of VFX Legends...

STAR WARS – SQUADRONS: « Hunted »

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Fans of dogfights and STAR WARS? Be sure to watch this really cool CG shortfilm for the upcoming game STAR WARS - SQUADRONS with...

THE MANDALORIAN

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Don't miss this Special Look for the first live action series in the Star Wars universe, THE MANDALORIAN! The VFX are made by: Industrial Light &...