VFX crew from ‘Titanic’ reflect on the saddest character of them all.
The film is back in cinemas for a super-short time.
How Davy Jones launched ILM’s on-set performance capture system.
Chris Horvath revisits some early ILM CG fluid sims.
Henson and PDI’s motion captured CG character.
What should a CG water tentacle should look like, anyway?
The film’s director and key ILM crew share their stories on ‘The Mask’s’ 25th anniversary.
The making of a classic death scene.
‘Stampede. In the gorge. Simba’s down there!’
Behind the scenes of that Florida causeway scene in the James Cameron spy adventure.
…and other stories about the film’s classic invisible VFX.
Crashing models, crafting sparks old-school, front projection (!), simulating anamorphic lens flares, and the mistake that stayed in the film.
One bus had a section made of rubber, just in case Keanu ‘got into trouble’.
But, so what…’splosions!
‘We shoved so much light into the miniature that it was literally melting and coming apart.’