#vfxprotest at the Oscars

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Life of PI, which has grossed over half a billion dollars internationally, is the sure bet to win the visual effects Oscar this year for some of the best character and environment work ever seen on screen which was intrigal to telling this story which 5 years ago, was technologically impossible to tell. At the same time the company that made the lead character of the film, Rythum & Hues is going out of business mainly as a result of being a causality of the 10+ year US VFX industry race to the bottom of chasing tax breaks, outsourcing, lowering wadges, and a un-unionized workforce.

We will be down at Hollywood & Vine to show our support. Not driving, taking the Metro of course.

5 Responses to #vfxprotest at the Oscars

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  2. pierre says:

    if Legendary Pictures has injected 5 millions dollars in Rhythm&Hues for the movie of fantasy Seventh Son. R&H should do a strike… in few weeks they will lost their jobs.. so they could fight Legendary Pictures and win a battle

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