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The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have announced the 20 films for the Best Visual Effects for the 90th Academy Awards: ALIEN:...
The team of Main Road Post, composed of Arman Yahin (CEO) and the VFX Supervisors Andrey Maximov and Dmitry Kuznetsov, talks in detail about their great work on ATTRACTION.
Congratulations to Rob Legato, Adam Valdez and the whole VFX teams of MPC and Weta Digital to have won the Best Visual Effects Award...
This month of February marks a new year for The Art of VFX and is also the Awards season. The last year was rich of...
Kevin Smith began his career in the visual effects in 1993 at Boss Film. A few years later he joined Weta Digital to work on the LORD OF THE RINGS trilogy. He worked on many projects such as AVATAR, RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES, THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN and THE HOBBIT trilogy.
Anton Yri began working in the VFX on BATMAN BEGINS at The Senate VFX in 2005. It has since remained in the studio and has participated in numerous films like THE DA VINCI CODE, HELLBOY II: THE GOLDEN ARMY or KICK ASS and also on TV shows like ROME, FLASH FORWARD or LUTHER.
Prior to founding Territory Studio in 2012 with Lee Fasciani and Nick Glover, David Sheldon-Hicks worked on projects like CASINO ROYALE or THE DARK KNIGHT but also on CALL OF DUTY: WORLD AT WAR and MODERN WARFARE 2.
Olivier Dumont began his career in VFX there are over 10 years at Buf. He participated in projects such as HUMAN NATURE, MATRIX RELOADED, ALEXANDER or SPEED RACER. In 2009, he joined the teams of Method Studios and worked on films like THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE, THE RITE or THE TREE OF LIFE. In the following interview, he discusses his work on WRATH OF THE TITANS.
Kyle Yoneda has worked for over 10 years in visual effects. In 2005 he joined the team of Mr. X and works on projects such as SHOOT 'EM UP, RESIDENT EVIL: EXTINCTION, Whiteout or SCOTT PILGRIM. In the following interview, he talks about his work on THE THING.
Coming from Sweden, Mattias Lindahl began his career at Lego, then he left for London where he worked at Jim Henson's Creature Shop and at Double Negative in 2001. After nearly 10 years at Double Negative, he returned to Sweden this year and works at Fido. In the following interview, he talks about his work on KICK ASS.