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A Pretty Peter Pan 

By Michael Goldman

When director/writer P.J. Hogan's five-year-long obsession with making Universal's Peter Pan into a faithful representation of J.M. Barrie's classic story began, the first problem was how to visually represent the famous storybook world on the big screen in a unique way....

Master and Commander: Sailing the High—and Real—Seas 

By Ellen Wolff

”Man overboard” is a frightening cry to hear, and seeing a sailor adrift in stormy seas marks one of the most emotional scenes in Twentieth Century Fox's Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World....

Integrate Review — Adobe Creative Suite Premium 

By Frank McMahon

For years Adobe has packaged various of its products together, usually along a common theme such as video or print....

Return of Weta's Effects Wizards 

By Michael Goldman

Shortly after the early December world premiere of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King in New Zealand......

The Cat In The Hat: Living In A Fishbowl 

By Ellen Wolff

When Universal Pictures releases The Cat In The Hat this holiday season, Mike Myers will personify Dr. Seuss' famous feline. Myers will be sharing the screen with a talking computer-animated fish, and the challenge of making that fish come alive for director Bo Welch belonged to L.A.-based Rhythm & Hues....

Making Angels 

By Michael Goldman

HBO's epic seven-hour miniseries, Angels in America, is not only unorthodox in terms of its content, but also in terms of how it was made. The show, directed by Mike Nichols and based on two award-winning Tony Kushner plays (Kushner also wrote the teleplay for HBO), is split into two, 3 1/2-hour parts, Millennium Approaches and Perestroika....

Populist Previz 

By S. D. Katz

You know an idea has reached popular status when it's christened with an abbreviation. DFD, or digital film design, is computer-based previsualization. And it's finally beginning to reach a broader audience....

Final Cutting Cold Mountain 

By Michael Goldman

Somewhere, perhaps inside a dusty, forgotten file cabinet at Paramount Studios, there might still lie a paper co-authored by Walter Murch and Francis Ford Coppola in the early 1970s proposing a method of editing The Godfather digitally, in nonlinear fashion....

Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over 

by Ellen Wolff

For Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over, director Robert Rodriguez had some ambitious plans. To bring something new to his hit franchise for Dimension Films and Miramax, Rodriguez chose HD stereoscopy....

Linux in Hollywood 

by Robin Rowe

For Star Wars: Episode II, Linux made Yoda a light saber-wielding action figure. In Lord of the Rings 2, waves of Orcs attacking the colossal fortress at Helm's Deep are not thousands of human extras, but digital actors created using Linux....

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