Magnetic Dreams Delivers for ‘Yellow Day’ Using Fusion

Nashville’s Magnetic Dreams, a multiple Emmy award-winning studio, recently had the opportunity to work with writer and executive producer Jeff Galle on the independent feature ... Continue Reading →

10 VFX Oscar Contenders Remain

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced the ten remaining films in the ongoing race for the Visual Effects category for the 88th Academy Awards, being held in ... Continue Reading →

Welcome Back to Earth with ‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ Trailer

Fox has unveiled the destructive wrath of the return of the aliens that audiences can expect from upcoming sequel Independence Day: Resurgence, slated to hit theaters June 24, 2016. ... Continue Reading →

Toon Boom, SPA Team for Hybrid Feature ‘Klaus’

Toon Boom Animation agreed to a technology collaboration with The SPA Studios for a hybrid animated feature film slated for theatrical release in 2019. Titled Klaus, the feature is ... Continue Reading →

Smith Micro Unveils Poser Pro 11

Smith Micro has released Poser Pro 11, which includes new features designed to simplify usage, streamline workflow and put more power at the artists’ fingertips. In addition to ... Continue Reading →

Zero VFX Opens LA Office

Visual effects and creative studio Zero VFX has opened a new West Coast post in Venice Beach, California. The new 5,000 square foot office expands on Zero’s Boston headquarters and ... Continue Reading →

‘Huntsman: Winter’s War’ Trailer Serves Up VFX Magic

Universal has unveiled the first trailer for its upcoming action-packed anti-fairytale The Huntsman: Winter’s War. The clips offer a quick glimpse at some of the visual effects wizardry ... Continue Reading →

Mirada Nabs Top Digital Hollywood VR Awards

Mirada, the multifaceted storytelling studio founded by Guillermo Del Toro in 2010, received two top honors at last week’s Digital Hollywood conference in Los Angeles for its ... Continue Reading →

A CG Cold War Redux

RISE recreates the not-so-distant past of a divided Germany for Guy Ritchie’s stylish The Man from U.N.C.L.E. By Karen ... Continue Reading →

Troika Puts Its Mark on ‘Daily Show,’ Food Network Campaign

Troika has been having a good summer, with the marketing and branding agency having delivered a pair of high-profile projects, including a new show identity for The Daily Show with ... Continue Reading →