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The Flintstones
The Making of a Rockbuster
Article by Jody Duncan
The Flintstones — a live-action ode to the cartoon series — was a lighthearted romp through Bedrock. Underlying its sight gags, however, was a serious filmmaking effort that required animatronic puppets from Jim Henson's Creature Shop, large-scale physical effects by Michael Lantieri, as well as computer graphics and complex image processing by Industrial Light & Magic.
The Hudsucker Proxy
The Rise and Fall of Norville Barnes
Article by W.C. Odien
Filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen are not typically associated with visual effects extravaganzas. But with The Hudsucker Proxy, they jumped headlong into extensive miniature sets, digital composingand outrageous mechanical rigs. Joining the fray were Micheal McAlister, Stetson Visual Services, Peter Chesney, Mark Sullivan and Computer Film Company.
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