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Alan Chan is an industry veteran who has been working in visual effects for twenty years. With a career spanning multiple Clio advertising awards to Academy Award winning projects including Titanic, Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Alice in Wonderland and most recently on The Book of Life. In addition to visual effects work, Alan also writes and directs shorts and indie features such as "Postcards From The Future" and "Hell's Fury: Wanted Dead or Alive", and has received multiple awards (including a Best Director award for Postcards).
Jason began his visual effects career in 1992 at Dream Quest Images, working with the miniature department and the company’s proprietary real time motion control systems and later participating in the company’s transition into the digital world by assisting in the conversion of optical printers into the first generation of film scanners. After leaving Dream Quest, Jason spent the next 15 years as an in-house and independent supervisor on such films as X- Men 2, Thirteen Days, The Dukes of Hazzard, Sinister and The Town that Dreaded Sundown. In 2007, Jason was hired to oversee Sngmoo Lee’s fantasy action film, The Warrior’s Way. Shooting entirely on greenscreen on location in New Zealand, Jason supervised the design and creation of over 1700 vfx shots at vendors spread across New Zealand, Australia, South Korea and America. Jason also directed the vfx and stunt units. In 2011, Jason joined FuseFX as Senior Visual Effects Supervisor, primarily responsible for FX’s hit show American Horror Story, for which Jason and the team at Fuse won the 2015 Primetime Emmy and VES Awards for Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects for the show’s 4th season, Freak Show. Jason also serves as VFX Supervisor for the WGN America original series Salem and Manhattan.You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Take a fascinating journey into moviemaking history with special effects guru Ed Kramer. Remember the droid factory and fiery lava planet in Star Wars II & III? How about the skittering scarab beetles in The Mummy? The Quidditch course in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets? The Kraken in Pirates of the Carribbean II? The Rock Monster in Galaxy Quest? The weather & dramatic ocean effects in Twister, Deep Impact and The Perfect Storm? The T-Rex in Jurassic Park II? The multiplying puppies in 101 Dalmations? And how about the mischievous monkeys in Jumanji?
All of these memorable movie experiences and many more are the work of visual effects expert Ed Kramer. A Senior Technical Director and Visual Effects Artist at Industrial Light and Magic for many years, Ed has been an integral part of making movie magic for some of the biggest blockbusters of all time, including being part of visual effects teams winning the visual effects Academy Award in 2006 (for Pirates of the Carribbean II) and being nominated for four others. He has also done a significant amount of work for television, including Stargate SG-I and he animated the Columbia Pictures Lady with a Torch logo.
Ed's presentations on the history of visual effects are fascinating, and he has worked with many of the industry's top directors. Ed is now a professor teaching the next generation of VFX artists and still actively works in the visual effects industry.
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Adam Avery has been working in the film and television industry since 2001, when he started as an intern at producer Joel Silver's company Silver Pictures at Warner Bros. His first on-screen credit was as Post Production Coordinator on "Ghost Ship," the 2002 horror film from Silver's Dark Castle Entertainment. From his experience on that film he was able to join the Motion Picture Editor's Guild and after a brief stint on "Cradle 2 the Grave", he started working as a Visual Effects Editor on such films as "Be Cool," "House of Wax," and "The Reaping. Dreamworks Studios film "I am Number Four." He followed that up with "Mr. Popper's Penguins" before going on location to Berlin for the Paramount film "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters." In 2012, he worked for director Francis Lawrence on a television pilot called "Gotham" (no relation to the current Fox show) and then headed back to Paramount for the Tom Cruise film "Jack Reacher." Later in 2012, Adam joined the Jackie Robinson biopic "42" for Legendary Pictures. That was followed up with another Legendary movie, 2014's "Godzilla," where he worked with Oscar-winning Visual Effects Supervisors Jim Rygiel and John Dykstra.Currently, Adam is the Visual Effects Editor on "Jurassic World," the fourth movie in the "Jurassic Park" series. Produced by Steven Spielberg and directed by Colin Trevorrow, the film is slated to be released on June 12, 2015.The movies Adam has worked on have made over $2 billion combined at the box office worldwide. You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Psychological effects of religion part #3 On this topic we're going to be dealing with Scripture and imagery. WE will be speaking on too area's of religion coming from Christianity and Islam. We also so will be touching on the provision of the Hindu religion seeing that this is the only religion that we created that is still intact today. We will be addressing the state that religion has brought us to today. We will deal with the effects of the mind the body the soul and how religion has impact us on how we think. Under religion are we really thinking? What is our own thought process can we hear our own self pass religion? What roles does religion control our money how we eat etcetera. Is religion a culture or is there more to what we truly believe?? In becoming awakened is it easier to see the trap set in the religious paradigms or are we looking or making it more than what it should be? These are just a few areas that we will be dealing with on this week. We look forward to seeing you all with us on the topic. Hotep family Ase' your Sis Star Queen Sireous Auset Chekemt and Bro. Khaos Trismegistus (Black)!
Visual effects supervisor and director of photography Bill Taylor will be presented with the John A. Bonner Medal of Commendation by the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for "outstanding service and dedication in upholding the high standards of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences" at the Scientific and Technical Awards presentation on Saturday, February 9, at The Beverly Hills Hotel.
Taylor is the co-founder of Illusion Arts, where he worked on the visual effects of more than 200 films. His visual effects supervisor credits include Lawless, Public Enemies, Milk Bruce Almighty, Glory, and Cape Fear.
The Bonner is Taylor's second special award from the Academy. In 1981 Taylor earned a Technical Achievement Award for the concept and specifications for a Two-Format, Rotating Head, Aerial Image Optical Printer.
Taylor first joined the Academy in 1972, served on the Academy's Board of Governors representing the Visual Effects Branch for five terms and was a founding co-chair of the Science and Technology Council.
Bill has also co-authored chapters on bluescreen and greenscreen compositing in both the American Cinematographer Manual and The VES Handbook of Visual Effects.
Portions of the Scientific and Technical Awards Presentation will be included in the Oscar telecast on ABC, February 24, 2013.
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This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
1. Mama Naasira Ageela & Dr. Gregory Joe Bledsoe, authors, Spicy Tasty Vegan Cuisine: An Informative Health Guide for the Melaninated (People of Color)
2. Norman Gee, Oakland Public Theatre, speaks on theatre with incarcerated youth re: Peralta Hacienda Historic House Museum's "Home and Away: Oakland, CA Prisons and the Geography of the Heart"
3. Shakespeare Goes to War with Jesse F. Vaughn (actor); John Fisher (playwright, actor, director, Artistic Director Theatre Rhino)
4. Aishah Bashir, African Diaspora Bazaar, Sat., Nov. 28 @ Humanist Hall, Oakland
Music: Meklit & Quinn's "Look at What the Light Did," Victoria Theodore's "Grateful."
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Join me and my Mid-Michigan wingman Steve "The Baxman" Baxley for ore sports and media talk tonight at 11/eastern. Among the topics we will discuss are:
*The Raw recap and the longterm effects of last night's "Survivor Serieds."
*It's the week of Michigan-Ohio State, Auburn-Alabama and UCLA-USC...all with playoff and bowl implications.
*You know your athletic department must be making some serious money when you reportedly are prepared to offer your head football coach and his coaching staff $18,000,000 to leave.
Two cornerstones of the Detroit Pistons glory days will get their numbers retired later this season.
Are you ready for Thanksgiving Day foottball? Hope the Lions are.
In media news....one host has a birthday today, one former "Daily Buzz" co-host gets promoted n OKC, one host quits to spend more time with her famile, one host quits her own sinking show to be full time with her cosmetice line and one show is already subbing their co-hosts with celebrities.
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