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Zombies Get The motion50

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Studio Delivers Eerie & Vivid Promo Using a Blend of Illustration & Animation Broadcast

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Insomniac Games Uses Aut

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Autodesk Entertainment Creation Suite Software and Autodesk Scaleform Middleware Help Insomni

Thursday, 8 December 2011 Comments

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Click 3X Teams With CBS

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When CBS Sports wanted to create an exciting new graphic package for the 2011 U.S. Open, they teamed

Wednesday, 7 September 2011 Comments


Stereobank Announces the

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Wednesday, 30 November 2011 Comments

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Thou this article is not related with CG, I felt it will be interesting for any film makers!

When the room of about 50 inner city high school kids broke out in laughter at about 45 seconds into her movie, independent filmmaker Sabina Shamdasani knew this was going to be a special screening. Bringing inspiration, motivation and insight, Shamdasani partnered with After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles as part of her ‘Bringing Cinema 2 Kids’ program. This program started a few weeks ago when Shamdasani decided to embark on a journey to inspire the next generation by hosting screenings of her short film "Dada Ji," a family comedy that has seen a life at film festivals such as LA Shorts Fest, San Diego Children’s Film Festival, and the Damah Spirituality Film Festival. Her first event came on October 21, 2010.

Los Angeles, CA (Vocus) November 2, 2010

It was a crisp, cool October evening when up and coming filmmaker Sabina Shamdasani entered the courtyard of Gertz-Ressler High School in downtown Los Angeles. Nestled in her arms like a newborn baby, she carried a box containing about 75 DVDs of her short film ‘Dada Ji’ and one small blue and orange foam ball. She was led into a rowdy classroom of students, unsure of what to expect.

This independent filmmaker was on a mission, one that was to bring inspiration to local youth and show them they can follow their dreams as part of her ‘Bringing Cinema 2 Kids' program. With her short film “Dada Ji”, which she co-wrote, produced and directed along with a partnership with After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles (ASAS-LA), over 50 youth, on October 21, learned to block out their doubts and start thinking, ‘what if I can?’.

Create A Signature Look For Your Production With Coordinated Graphic Elements.

Digital Juice(R) announced that it is adding ten new volumes to its highly successful Editor's Toolkit Pro Singles product line. The ten new titles bring this line of matching animated graphics to 224 volumes, and cover an array of different styles and themes. The ten unique matching sets include construction, urban and industrial themes as well as styles that feature artistic filigree and vines, grunge paint splashes, stylized arrows and hand drawn sketches to name a few.

Wilde weighs in on the visuals and fight scenes...

The long anticipated Tron sequel is coming in December, starring Jeff Bridges (Kevin Flynn), Garrett Hedlund (Sam Flynn) and Olivia Wilde (Quorra)

Wilde spoke to IGN about the film
recently. Some highlights:

An enormous number of people contributed to the VFX extravaganza director Jon Favreau serves up in 'Iron Man 2.' For this story, we talked with two visual effects houses that worked on the film: New York City-based Perception and Venice, California-based Pixel Liberation Front (PLF). Both explained how they used MAXON’s CINEMA 4D and After Effects to create some of the techy gadgets and other visual effects that made Tony Stark’s (Robert Downey Jr.) visual world feel futuristic yet believably realistic at the same time.

After making spooky flicks such as Raaz, 1920  and Shaapit, director Vikram Bhatt is back with his latest venture Haunted. The USP of the film is that it is India's first stereoscopic 3D Horror film. Haunted stars Mahakshay Chakraborty (earlier known as Mimoh) and newcomer Tia Bajpai in lead roles.

The story has been penned by Vikram Bhatt himself, and revolves around certain happenings in a house with a secret past and a haunted present.