The Visual Effects Oscar for Gravity is not just well-deserved, there was simply no other option in that category. But watching Framestore’s pretty nifty show & tell reel below you’ll realize why it was also absolutely right to hand out the Best Director Oscar to Alfonso Cuaron. It’s just mindboggling how he knew what he’ll get in the end and how everything will eventually fit together, when you see the actual photographed footage with all its long and complex camera moves and cameras and actors being steered by industrial robotic arms. It was a visionary approach to making that movie that fully payed off in the end… and for audiences it helped restore the awe and excitement, the magic and wonder of cinema that was lacking so much from movies in recent years.Read More
The Mill+ created the beautifully designed and animated title cards that struck us during this year’s Oscar telecast. Below is the Best Picture nominee announcement animation, but check out their blog for still images of all the title cards throughout the show.Read More
Simple, yet to the point….Read More
Check out an excerpt from “The Little Red Paper Ship” our Award-Winning Animated Short Film directed by Aleksandra Zareba.Read More
A far too unrecognized bit of the industry! Great Stuff.Read More
This is a Must Watch! The full recording of Steven Soderbergh’s impassioned speech on the “State of Cinema” at the San Francisco International Film Festival 2013.
Can’t watch the video? IndieWire has the full transcript of the speech.Read More
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