Visual Effects News and Stories from Around the Web
Visual effects firms are under continuing pressure from production companies and studios to locate in parts of the world that offer the best tax credits, according to a panel discussion at last week’s Media Production Show in London.
Cringeworthy fun video! Apologies in advance if some of your work appears on it!
In the video below, Vanity Fair estimates the breakdown of a $200 million blockbuster. Unsurprisingly, above-the-line talent scores the biggest paycheck; Lead Actors 1, 2, and 3 comprise 9% of the film’s entire budget. But the director, producers, editor, DP, and lead writers don’t fare too badly, either, each earning $1 million or above.
Despite growing numbers of women studying and working in animation, creative leadership is still a man’s world. Women In Animation is going to change that.
Johnson said that she’d brought the issue to the attention of the Animation Guild Local 839, but because Bagdasarian Productions is not a signatory facility, the union is powerless to pursue the issue.
The visual effects studio contributed to several key sequences in the film, most notably an electrifying scene where Quicksilver (Evan Peters) uses his …
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