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House of Cards – Season 2 – Teaser Trailer

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Contender – Editor Steve Mirrione, August: Osage County

By Mary Ann Skweres

Based upon the three-hour play by Tracy Letts, August: Osage County brings together an ensemble of top actors to tell the story of strong-willed women brought by tragedy back to their Oklahoma home and the world of their drug-addicted, dysfunctional mother played by Meryl Streep. Editor Steve Mirrione admitted he is drawn to dialog-driven material.... »

Luma Pictures Delivers Extensive VFX for Thor: The Dark World

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Luma Pictures recently contributed extensive VFX work for Marvel's Thor: The Dark World. Working seamlessly between Santa Monica and  Melbourne, Australia studios, the work encompassed multiple CG creatures, large-scale virtual set creation, digital doubles and substantial particle and fluid FX. »

Contender – Visual Effects Supervisor Tim Webber, Gravity

By Beth Marchant

Alfonso Cuarón spent four and a half years making his latest film, Gravity, which since its October release has become both a critical darling and a stand out at the box office. Like Avatar before it, Gravity developed new ways of filmmaking while it waited for technology to catch up. But this is no... »

FOR-A’S 4K Extraction System to Make U.S. Debut

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At the upcoming Sports Video Group Summit, FOR-A will demo its new ZE-ONE 4K extraction system for the first time in the U.S. The ZE-ONE was developed for use with FOR-A’s FT-ONE 4K super slow motion camera, which will also be on display at the summit, Dec. 16-17 at the New York Hilton. »

Contender – Editor Joe Walker, 12 Years a Slave

By Mary Ann Skweres

When editor Joe Walker worked with director Steve McQueen on the film, Hunger, about Irish republican Bobby Sands leading prison inmates in a hunger strike, the company took a break from shooting for actor Michael Fassbender to lose weight. During that time they fine cut footage that had already been shot. When they resumed... »

Contender – Director J.C. Chandor, All is Lost

By Randi Altman

It’s hard to not put yourself in the place of Robert Redford’s character in J.C. Chandor’s All is Lost. Trying to imagine how you would behave in the situation of being lost at sea. I would have been cursing early and often. I also think I would be talking to myself the entire time. »

DGA National Board Approves Tentative New Agreement

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At a special meeting Saturday, the Directors Guild of America’s national board voted unanimously to approve and recommend a new three-year collective bargaining agreement. The tentative deal, announced Friday evening, will now be put to the membership for a vote. The term of the agreement is three years, covering July 1, 2014, when the... »

Carnegie Mellon University to Open New Applied Sciences Program at Steiner Studios

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Outgoing New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced that Carnegie Mellon University will open the fourth new applied sciences program in New York City as a part of the Applied Sciences NYC Competition. An agreement between the City, Carnegie Mellon University and Steiner Studios will create Carnegie Mellon University’s Integrative Media Program, to be located... »

32TEN Studios Contributes Special Effects to Make A Wish Come True for Five-Year-Old BatKid

By Patrick Graham

San Rafael, Calif.-based 32TEN Studios contributed several practical special effects for Make-A-Wish Foundation’s hugely successful “BatKid” event, held across the city of San Francisco on Nov. 15. »

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