The future of independent film production in a post-covd-19 world is taking “virtual” shape at Pace Pictures in Hollywood. The boutique facility recently used groundbreaking virtual production technology to produce Match, a feature-length romantic comedy from director Sean McGinly (Silver Lake, The Great Buck Howard).
Rising Sun Pictures (RSP) today won the 2020 Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Award for Best Visual Effects or Animation for its work on the Chinese World War II epic The Eight Hundred.
Mike Ring earned a degree in design, animation and interactive media from RMIT University and followed that by pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Dynamic Effects and Lighting, a 12-week, intensive visual effects training program offered by Rising Sun Pictures in conjunction with the University of South Australia (UniSA).
Rising Sun Pictures recently took part in a proof-of-concept demonstration held at the South Australia Film Commission’s Adelaide Studios showcasing leading-edge virtual production technology.
Editorial and post-production finishing for the 8-episode, first season of the hit Starz series P-Valley was centered in New York as several Post New York Alliance (PNYA) member companies helped bring the fictional small town of Chucalissa, Mississippi vibrantly to life.