Live Action / VFX
Based on Mark Millar and J.G. Jones' comic book series, "Wanted" tells the tale of a secret organization of assassins who recruit the son of one of their own who has just been killed.
Ron Perlman returns this Summer, as Hellboy to save the Earth once again in Hellboy II: The Golden Army.
The characters were shot with HD cameras, which allowed for a superb depth of field to give a feeling of infinity to the backgrounds in the film.
This music video for Ecuadorian band Selva talks about setting your mind free of any ideological barriers.
Why don't girls play football? Well, of course they do, but in this absurdist short film about girls and football, what they do and when they do it is called into doubt.
A "LEGO-like" system allowed the vfx team to add, change type, move and delete appendages along the length of the vine.
RSP created a custom curve shape in Maya called Super Spline that enabled animators to easily wrap the vine around objects.
Journey back to Narnia in this featurette highlighting the upcoming sequel "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian."
In the how-tos side-by-sides of the motion captured character and the emoting that's going on in the face, markers are seen all over the face. That was purely for reference since the faces weren’t rigged for motion capture.
The MoCap used wasn’t fancy. Actors wore spandex and have big dots taped onto their costumes. But it was enough to give placement of the characters in the scene and relative positions in 3D space, and from there, the animation work was finessed.
The alternate ending of I Am Legend on DVD/Blu-ray gives Sony Pictures Imageworks a chance to show off more of its animated work.
The process of creating the liquid and using it to form the car “was painfully painstaking” for RIOT.
Digital Domain’s objective with Opera was to show the struggle between the car and the wind, and to tell that story on stage in a theatrical, operatic manner.
Jonathan Keeton of Radium wound up serving as puppeteer for Visa’s Juggling spot since the extras couldn’t juggle toys of different shapes and sizes.
Lee Wilson of Anthem jumped at the chance to put his own spin on the classic images and ideas of Oz.
Struck by the similarities and differences between the Vietnam and Iraq wars, Brett Morgen was inspired to create the mixed-media Chicago 10, a look at a watershed event of the ’60s.
In a remote mountain tribe, the young hunter D'Leh has found his heart's passion – the beautiful Evolet. But when a band of mysterious warlords raid his village and kidnap Evolet, D'Leh leads a small group of hunters to pursue the warlords to the end of the world to save her.
In Vantage Point, Rainmaker did a full-CG build based on stills shot from a helicopter over Mexico City and Salamanca.
At the Valentine's Day dinner, I Met the Walrus illustrator James Braithwaite starts a conversation on Guy Madden's short film Sissy Boy Slap Party.