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March 27, 2019

DEADLY CLASS Goes on a Trip with VFX and Animation

How the trippy Las Vegas sequence in the SYFY series DEADLY CLASS was crafted. (VFX Voice)

Your Guide to FMX: What You Can Learn There, And Why You Should Go

FMX is one of the bigger visual effects, games, animation, and interactive media conferences of the year, but if you haven’t been before, it can be a little overwhelming trying to find out just what takes place there and whether it might be for you. (Cartoon Brew)

Canadian Union Prevails in Sausage Party Animators’ Pay Dispute

Non-union animators will be paid overtime after Local Unifor 2000 secured a favorable ruling from a government labor investigator. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Over 400 Animation and VFX Jobs Open at Netflix-backed Vancouver Job Fair

The Vancouver Economic Commission’s (VEC) annual Digital Entertainment Career Fair returns to downtown Vancouver on April 6, 2019. Register online for free or on-site upon arrival. (Daily Hive)

Sony Confirms that PlayStation VR Has Now Passed the 4 Million Sales Mark

When it comes to virtual reality (VR) headset sales there’s only one company that likes to publish any figures, and that’s Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE). (VRFocus)

Heckler Expands Singapore Studio & Hires Richard Mayo-Smith

Australian design, animation and visual effects house Heckler has made its first international expansion, opening a studio in Singapore. (B and T)

The Kickstarter Campaign to Restore Méliès’s Grave

The grave of French film pioneer Georges Méliès, who inspired Martin Scorsese’s 2011 film Hugo, has fallen into disrepair. Now his family and fans are reanimating his fantastical legacy (The Guardian)

The Mill Launches Mill Mascot For Virtual Character Animation

Creative technology and VFX studio The Mill has formally launched what it believes to be a groundbreaking new virtual production system, Mill Mascot. (SHOOT Online)

Zoic Labs Working with Consulting Firm Alchemy

Zoic Studios’ Zoic Labs visualization software company has teamed up with Alchemy Tech and Entertainment Group for strategic business development. (Post Magazine)

Captain Marvel: 80% of Goose the Cat’s Scenes Were CGI

Captain Marvel’s Goose the cat scenes were 80 percent CGI, a visual effects supervisor on the film has revealed. (Screen Rant)

On-set VFX and Virtual Production System Unveiled

The Realtime Pipeline system is an all-in-one system enabling you to shoot VFX and composite in real-time (Broadcast)

People on the Move

Christoph Schröer Joins Artjail as VFX Supervisor

Creative visual effects boutique Artjail has added VFX supervisor Christoph Schröer to its Chinatown, NYC studio. (SHOOT Online)


Coffee & TV Makes Three New Hires

VFX house recruits following expansion of its Soho studio (Broadcast Now)


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