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Syriana
 

By Ellen Wolff

In the Warner Bros. release Syriana, writer-director Stephen Gaghan dramatizes Middle East energy politics by staging confrontations for maximum intrigue....

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By Dan Ochiva

Got Flash? Well, Adobe does. Last month, the company finished its $3.4 billion acquisition of once archrival Macromedia, gaining access to that company's...

Edit Review — Tivity Xtivity 

Reviewer: Franklin McMahon

If you've ever wanted to created Flash projects but were daunted by the learning curve of the Macromedia program, you might want to check out Xtivity from Tivity Software....

CG Actor Surfaces 

By Michael Goldman

John Gross feels he has come full circle through his work on NBC's Surface. As president of Eden FX, Hollywood, he spearheads the facility's digital effects...

Edit Review — Apple Aperture 

Reviewer: Franklin McMahon

First let's discuss what Aperture is not. It's not a Photoshop killer and it's not a super-charged iPhoto for pros. What is it? Apple Aperture is a high-end...

Fade to Black:
Andrew Adamson, Director
 

By Michael Goldman

Given his animation and visual effects pedigree, Andrew Adamson can't say he didn't comprehend the scope of Disney's Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the...

King Kong  

By Michael Goldman

Like the Lord of the Rings trilogy that preceded it through Weta Digital's production pipeline, King Kong is chock full of digital filmmaking innovations...

The Adobe Spa 

By S. D. Katz

Adobe begins 2006 with the biggest makeover ever in its history. With the release of its highly integrated Production Studio Premium bundle this month, the San Jose, Calif.-based...

Step by Step: Aeon Flux 

By Ellen Wolff

Stylized settings abound in Aeon Flux, Paramount Pictures' sci-fi confection with MTV roots and Charlize Theron to boot. Designing the look of the film's futuristic environments required substantial give and take between The Orphanage in San Francisco and Digital Domain in Los Angeles. In one particularly revealing shot, The Orphanage's CG team pulls the camera back from a single apartment window to a POV high above the city where the story unfolds. The lengthy pullback shot ultimately resolves......

Big Picture  

By Michael Goldman

Although Weta Digital started working on King Kong long before it wrapped work on Lord of the Rings: Return of the King a couple of years ago...

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