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With a Little Help From Our Friends
Article by Jody Duncan
To bring the comic book sensation Spawn to the screen, a trio of young upstarts from Industrial Light & Magic donned production hats and engaged in guerrilla filmmaking in the digital realm to create a lavish effects film on a slender budget.
Batman & Robin
Freeze Frames
Article by Mark Cotta Vaz
For Batman & Robin — the fourth feature in the Batman Series and the second for director Joel Schumacher — visual effects supervisor John Dykstra drew upon the specialties of several effects houses to produce a series-high four hundred effects shots.
Toasting the Coast
Article by Rita Street
Tasked with unleashing the ultimate scourge on Los Angeles for the Mick Jackson film, Volcano, visual effects supervisor Mat Beck oversaw the creation of volcano and lava effects achieved via practical, miniature and digital means.
Close Contact
Article by Kevin H. Martin
With effects ranging from earthbound to cosmic, Contact marked the seventh collaboration between director Robert Zemeckis and visual effects supervisor Ken Ralston, now head of Sony Pictures Imageworks.
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