Corridor Crew: Remaking the Jurassic Park T...

Jan 20, 2022No Comments

Corridor Crew: Remaking the Jurassic Park T-Rex with Modern VFX

ILM: The Virtual Production of The Mandalor...

Apr 05, 2021No Comments

For the second season of Lucasfilm’s hit Disney+ series, The Mandalorian, Industrial Light & Magic reengineered their StageCraft virtual production platform rolling out version 2.0

Cortex Videos: The Making Of TENET

Jan 10, 2021No Comments

In this video essay of Christopher Nolan's TENET, I breakdown the special features and behind the scenes content which includes interviews with Christopher Nolan and

How Iron Man’s VFX Evolved Over 11 Ye...

Jul 17, 2020No Comments

If you look at Iron Man's first suit, the Mark 1, and compare it to the hero's nanotech suit from "Avengers: Infinity War" and "Avengers:

Why Jurassic Park Looks Better Than Its Seq...

May 15, 2020No Comments

Films & Stuff: Here I examine the stunning visuals in Jurassic Park that bring these extinct Dinosaurs to life, and why the visuals in

ILM: The Virtual Production of The Mandalor...

Feb 21, 2020No Comments

A behind the scenes look at the groundbreaking virtual production technology used on The Mandalorian, Season One. Over 50 percent of The Mandalorian Season 1

VFX Geek: Virtual sets in Mandalorian

Feb 13, 2020No Comments

Take a look how Star Wars again pushed the limits of visual effects, by using "virtual sets" in Mandalorian, with help of Unreal Engine.

VFX Artist Breaks Down the Best Visual Effe...

Feb 12, 2020No Comments

Kevin Baillie, Creative Director & Sr. VFX Supervisor for Method Studios, talks through this year's Oscar nominees for Best Visual Effects -- 1917, Avengers: Endgame,

ILM: The Visual Effects of Star Wars: The R...

Feb 05, 2020No Comments

Take a look behind the scenes of ILM's visual effects work on STAR WARS : THE RISE OF SKYWALKER in this all-new breakdown video. The

How The Irishman’s VFX Took Anti-Aging To...

Jan 05, 2020No Comments

Director Martin Scorsese and the visual effects team behind The Irishman discuss how the film made Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci look