This term, to mark our 10th Background Fundamentals, we’ve got a
blockbuster in store for fxphd members. Throughout the term, we’ll look
at what it means to be a Visual Effects Supervisor. What are the
pressures, the roles and how do you manage a large Hollywood film?
To find out, we engage in lengthy discussions with the world’s best
supervisors including John Knoll, Scott Squires, John Dykstra, Pablo
Helman, Dennis Murren, Mike Fink, Ken Ralston, Kim Libreri and others.
These are some of the finest visual effects specialists in the industry
with a stunning 5 technical or special Oscars, 24 Oscar nominations and
14 Academy Award wins between them. This truly one of the most
accomplished group of visual effects experts ever assembled.
Class 1: How to break down a script and pick approaches, Part 1
Class 2: How to break down a script and pick approaches, Part 2
Class 3: A look at pre-viz and storyboarding
Class 4: On set issues with choices to be made
Class 5: Working with both the Director and other crew
Class 6: Selling the shot and managing the team, Part 1
Class 7: Exploring the team; a look at the world of TVC and managing multiple houses.
Class 8: Studio pressures, working well with other houses
Class 9: Pipeline, infrastructure, R&D and the negatives of being a VFX supervisor.
Class 10: What it takes to become a serious member of the VFX community.
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