Lindsay Seguin upped to EP at NYC’s FuseFX

Visual effects studio FuseFX has promoted Lindsay Seguin to executive producer in the studio’s New York City office. Seguin is now responsible for overseeing all client relationships at the FuseFX New York office, acting as a strategic collaborator for current and future productions spanning television, commercial and film categories. Continue reading

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Creative editorial and post boutique Hiatus opens in Detroit

Hiatus, a full-service, post production studio with in-house creative editorial, original music composition and motion graphics departments, has opened in Detroit. Their creative content offerings cover categories such as documentary, narrative, conceptual, music videos and advertising media for all video platforms.

Led by founder/senior editor Shane Patrick Ford, Continue reading

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Director HaZ Dulull on his sci-fi offering The Beyond

By Randi Altman

Director Hasraf “HaZ” Dulull is no stranger to making movies. Before jumping into writing and directing short sci-fi films, he was a visual effects supervisor and producer. His short film resume includes Project Kronos, I.R.I.S. and Sync. Recently, his first feature film, Continue reading

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V-Ray GPU is Chaos Group’s new GPU rendering architecture

Chaos Group has redesigned its V-Ray RT product. The new V-Ray GPU rendering architecture, according to the company, effectively doubles the speed of production rendering for film, broadcast and design artists. This represents a redesign of V-Ray’s kernel structure, ensuring a dual-blend of high-performance speed and accuracy.

Chaos Group has renamed V-Ray RT to V-Ray GPU, Continue reading

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End of the Line director Jessica Sanders

By Randi Altman

After watching the End of the Line, I found myself thinking about the short film’s content… a lot. Based on a short story by Aimee Bender, director Jessica Sanders’ version starts off with a man walking into a pet store, looking into what the audience assumes is a birdcage and walking out not with a bird but a little man in a cage. Continue reading

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Digital locations for Scandal/How to Get Away With Murder crossover

If you like your Thursday night television served up with a little Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder, then you likely loved the recent crossover episodes that paired the two show’s leading ladies. VFX Legion, which has a brick and mortar office in LA but artists all over the world, Continue reading

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Netflix’s Altered Carbon: the look, the feel, the post

By Randi Altman

Netflix’s Altered Carbon is a new sci-fi series set in a dystopian future where people are immortal thanks to something called “stacks,” which contain their entire essence — their personalities, their memories, everything. The one setback is that unless you are a Meth (one of the rich and powerful), Continue reading

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Review: HP’s lower-cost DreamColor Z24x display

By Dariush Derakhshani

So, we all know how important a color-accurate monitor is in making professional-level graphics, right? Right?!? Even at the most basic level, when you’re stalking online for the perfect watch band for your holiday present of a smart watch, you want the orange band you see in the online ad to be what you get when it arrives a few days later. Continue reading

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Kathrin Lausch joins Uppercut as EP

New York post shop Uppercut has added Kathrin Lausch as executive producer. Lausch has over two decades of experience as an executive producer for top production and post production companies such as MPC, Ntropic, B-Reel, Nice Shoes, Partizan and Compass Films, among others. She has led shops on the front lines for the outset of digital, Continue reading

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