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Posted by cW#Ravenblood on Feb 10th, 2013

Hey there,
this is the official "Life After Pi" Documentary about the bankruptcy of Rythm + Hues,
some weeks before they won the oscar for the best visual effects.
Everyone who creates art, wants to get into the branche, already is there or someone who just
loves movies should watch this.


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Sanguinius Feb 28 2014, 7:28am says:

This is truly sad, i had no idea VFX industry was in such a bad condition :(

It's stupid that actors and other "important" people get billions of dollars while the guys who do most of the job(VFX) can barely sustain themselves.

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cW#Ravenblood Apr 3 2014, 5:18pm replied:

Well, yeah I agree with that. Vfx Artists are - well as their title says - really great artists making a movie to that what it is. Without them, modern movies won't be a blockbuster.

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booman Mar 6 2014, 2:53pm says:

Utterly amazing! The movie industry is changing so fast with Technology that their business model couldn't keep up.
This is too familiar in Arizona after the housing market crash. Different scenario, but same result. Construction workers lost jobs people forclosed on their houses all the while our Government bailed out banks with Billions. Now we have deserted neighborhoods and unfinished communities.
Its an epic failure when we love money and use people.

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cW#Ravenblood Apr 3 2014, 5:19pm replied:

Yep, I agree with that! Although "funny" that those people creating crashes get billions out of it :D

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