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September 27
2018

ISSUE

Fall 2018

Executive Note: Fall 2018

Mike Chambers, Chair, VES Board of Directors

Eric Roth, VES Executive Director

Welcome to the Fall issue of VFX Voice!

Awards season is here and we’re excited that it’s time to honor the creators of visual imagery that drive billions in revenue for film and television. Congratulations to all of the Emmy Award nominees and winners for your outstanding achievements in visual effects. Like you, we’re eager to see how the next few months unfold with numerous VFX-driven films closing out the year…and then, the envelope please!

VFX Voice is all about shining a light on visual effects artists and innovators. So buckle up as we take you on a deep dive into the world of VFX that only the VES can provide. In this issue we explore the intersection of VFX and theme parks and the future of VFX-infused attractions. We go behind the scenes of hot properties including TV fan favorite Legion and big-screen titles Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and The House with a Clock in Its Walls. We share a salute to gaming legends, introduce you to stuntvis (stunt pros on the cutting edge of effects and stunt choreography), report on VFX happenings in Australia and New Zealand, delve into the craft of CG movie sharks, and much more.

Thank you for being a vital part of the global VFX Voice community. We’re proud to be the definitive authority on all things VFX.

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