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April 3, 2019

In Motion with MILL MASCOT

The Mill on the development of its Mascot system, how it works and the Vonster commercial spots that it has created. (VFX Voice)

Technicolor’s Mill Film Recruiting Globally for Adelaide Studio

Technicolor’s Mill Film Adelaide studio is drawing on local and international talent to build its workforce which is expected to grow to 300 employees by the end of 2019. (Brand South Australia News)

Inside Game of Thrones: A Story in Visual Effects

VFX producer Steve Kullback and supervisor Joe Bauer explain the challenges and fun of pushing the boundaries of special effects. (YouTube)

Epic Games Releases Unreal Engine 4.22

New release brings many new features, including real-time ray tracing, to developers in the fastest version of Unreal Engine 4 to date. (Animation World Network)

FMX 2019 to Spotlight Animation History with John Canemaker

International conference on Animation, Effects, Games and Immersive Media running April 30 through May 3 sets additional speakers on VFX for television & global animation production. (Animation World Network)

UK Screen Alliance: European Animators Should Apply for Settled Status

UK Screen Alliance is encouraging all VFX, post-production and animation workers who are E.U. citizens and are either currently in the U.K. or arrive before the ending of free movement, to apply for Settled or Pre-Settled status (Animation Magazine)

Adobe to Unwrap New Tool for VFX

Content-Aware Fill for video is coming to After Effects. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Brainstorm showing AR/VR solutions at NAB

At NAB, Brainstorm is showcasing its complete product range, including solutions for motion graphics, virtual sets and augmented reality. (Post Magazine)

Autodesk releases 3ds Max 2020

Autodesk has released 3ds Max 2020, the latest version of its 3D modeling, animation and rendering software. The new release revamps the user experience with customer-requested features that enable faster playback speeds, optimize performance and increase flexibility. (Post Magazine)

People on the Move

VFX Supervisor Lindy De Quattro Now with MPC Film

Over the last two-and-a-half decades, which included 21 years at ILM, De Quattro has worked with some of the industry’s best known directors (Post Magazine)

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