Tag Archives: survival

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I went green to support the VFX industry's efforts to improve the plight of the houses and the workers.

Getting Our Piece of the Pi…for Real

I've been fairly silent on the VFX situation amid all the hubbub lately and I think I'm going to catch a lot of heat for this post. But I have to say it like I see it. I'm not happy … more »

Classy without being extravagant

Thriving in VFX: Up Close and Personal with Luma Pictures

The survival of our VFX industry is a very serious subject for me. Most of my friends are somehow associated with it, and they are, for the most part, talented, dedicated and hard-working folks. So I'm continuing my investigation into … more »

Saving Our American VFX Industry: A Baker’s Dozen Rules for Long-Term Viability

Can the industry be saved here in the US? Of course it can. Lots of things can be done. The question is, what can a VFX house do to insure its existence for the long term? I've been interviewing lots … more »

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Coming Attraction: Surviving in VFX

I've watched a lot of VFX companies go under in the last decade and it's a shame. Some were run by friends of mine, pretty much all of them did fine work, too. Others, even some of the principle houses, … more »