By Brady Betzel
Have you ever watched a commercial on YouTube and thought, how in the world do these companies have the budget for the VFX and motion graphics work featured? Well, many don’t, but they do have access to talented artists with access to affordable tools that bring pricey looks. Continue reading
NYC’s Technicolor Postworks created a dedicated post workflow for the upgrade.
Having compiled seven Emmy Award nominations in its debut season, Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt returned in mid-April with 13 new episodes in a form that is, quite literally, bigger and better.
The sitcom, Continue reading
By Fergus Burnett
Earlier this month, Manhattan Edit Workshop held its yearly Sight, Sound & Story conference in New York City. It was a full day of panel discussions featuring editors and visual effects pros at the top of their game. The conversations were refreshing and helpful — the panelists focused on their individual journey to where they are now, Continue reading
By Jennifer Walden
When I heard that Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg developed a TV series for AMC based on the comic book series penned by Garth Ennis, I was immediately hooked. Would Preacher be like Pineapple Express? Or more like This Is The End? Continue reading
By Randi Altman
When Kabir Akhtar, ACE, who cut season one of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, got the itch to start editing, he didn’t even know that what he was doing was actually editing… he was just having some fun. In high school, Akhtar would use his computer, Continue reading
Post pro Virgil Kastrup was the colorist for Ewa, the latest venture into the world of virtual reality and 3D from Denmark’s Makropol. It made its debut at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. According to Kastrup, it was a whirlwind project — an eight-minute pilot, Continue reading
By Brady Betzel
Every day I see dozens of different hard drives — from some serious RAIDs, like the Avid Nexis (formerly Isis), all the way down to the single-SSD via Thunderbolt. My favorite drives seem to be the ones that connect easily, don’t have huge power supply bricks and offer RAID options, Continue reading
Toronto’s Guru Studio creates characters and tells stories through animation. Its first original production, the Emmy-nominated Justin Time, has become a Netflix Original and a favorite among young children around the world. Another preschooler favorite is Paw Patrol, which is a creative production with Spin Master Entertainment. Continue reading
Name: Jason White (@jasonlvthn)
Company: Leviathan is a creative agency that specializes in designing digital experiences for physical environments. Some examples of our work would be projection-mapped concerts, experiential events and interactive installations.
Though our company’s core competency is content-related CG production, Continue reading
The director talks about this VFX-heavy sequel and how it takes advantage of today’s technology to tell its story.
By Iain Blair
After two decades of rumors and speculation, “The Master of Disaster” — German director/writer/producer Roland Emmerich — is finally back with Independence Day: Resurgence. Continue reading