Digital Effects & Artist

How They Made the Emergency Docking Scene in ‘Interstellar’

Bill Desowitz breaks down one of the most thrilling scenes from Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi saga, with an exclusive clip. There is no greater showcase of “Interstellar’s” VFX and sonic excellence than in the “emergency docking” scene. The Oscar-nominated VFX involves both full CG and practical, as well as a combination of the two, while the Oscar-contending Read MoreRead More

Variety Artisans: Oscar Ballot Guide – Visual Effects

Visual effects are often called a “tech” category, but after you look at the vfx Oscar nominees and hear from vfx supervisors Joe Letteri (“Dawn of the Planet of the Apes”) and Paul Franklin (“Interstellar”), you’ll see that visual effects are truly an art — and know better how to spot the best work.Read More

The Best Order of Operations for Color Grading and Why it Makes All the Difference

Noam Kroll explains the order of which you should approach color correcting and why it matters. With color grading software like DaVinci Resolve and Adobe Speedgrade being readily available to just about anyone with access to the internet, it’s no surprise that more and more filmmakers are attempting to color their own footage. In many Read MoreRead More

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