Paul Franklin, Andrew Lockley, Ian Hunter and Scott Fisher
And, as for The VFX Predictinator... well, we got this one wrong. I'll be writing an article in the coming days about how and, perhaps, why we got it wrong.
A blogtacular blog filled with words, images, and whipped cream on top. Written by Todd Vaziri.
It also illustrates the sad state of the visual effects community. The average Oscar nominee for visual effects made over $662 million globally, and yet our industry has relatively little power in Hollywood.
Running the numbers. Wife: “Hmmm… we’ve got a problem here.” #predictinator
— Todd Vaziri (@tvaziri) January 17, 2015
"FXX is cropping older Simpsons episodes to fit widescreen" http://t.co/1mlkRYdK4V #EverySimpsonsEver @FXXNetwork http://t.co/6rRcuGpAnJ
— Todd Vaziri (@tvaziri) August 22, 2014
When you mess with people's memories, they get upset. See: -STAR WARS special editions -THE SIMPSONS aspect ratio/cropping debacleI recently rented Jon Favreau’s terrific film “Chef” on my Apple TV and was surprised to see the film presented in the wrong aspect ratio (the left side of the image was missing), and the 2.35 anamorphic film top justified (instead of center justified). So I’m documenting it here, to help Apple engineers figure out the problem, and to help make sure it doesn’t happen on future titles. I also filed a bug report, and submitted the issue to Apple’s support boards.
— Todd Vaziri (@tvaziri) August 25, 2014
Hi @Jon_Favreau @openroadfilms and @UniversalPics... "Chef" is broken on Apple TV. More here: http://t.co/0WmVdQEAUE pic.twitter.com/II0mc32OTM
— Todd Vaziri (@tvaziri) October 17, 2014