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Leonardo DiCaprio, Ellen Page in Christopher Nolan's Inception Visual Effects Oscar Favorite Inception Topped Ves Awards Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual-Effects Driven Feature Motion Picture Inception Paul Franklin, Chris Corbould, Mike Chambers, Matthew Plummer Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Feature Motion Picture Hereafter Michael Owens, Joel Mendias, Bryan Grill, Danielle Plantec Outstanding Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture How to Train Your Dragon Simon Otto, Craig Ring, Bonnie Arnold Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Miniseries, Movie or a Special The Pacific John Sullivan, David Taritero, William Mesa, Marco Requay Outstanding Visual Effects in a Broadcast Series Caprica Michael Gibson, Gary Hutzel, Davey Morton, Jesse Mesa Toves Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program Boardwalk Empire Robert Stromberg, Dave Taritero, Richard Friedlander, Paul Graff Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Short Day & Night Teddy Newton, Kevin Reher, Michael Fu, Tom Gately Outstanding Visual Effects [...] »
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Christopher Nolan's "Inception" dominated the 9th annual Visual Effects Society Awards winning the top prize of Outstanding Visual Effcts in a VFX-driven feature. The mind-bending film won all four categories that it was nominated for.
DreamWorks Animations' "How to Train Your Dragon" also received love from the Ves sweeping the feature animation categories including Outstanding Animation in an Animated Feature.
The ceremony, held at the Beverly Hilton, also paid homage to Nolan by giving him the inaugural Ves Visionary Award. The great Ray Harryhausen was given the much-deserved Lifetime Achievement Award.
Here's the complete list of the winners of the 9th annual Visual Effects Society (Ves) Awards (Check our Awards Avenue for complete winners/nominees for all award-giving bodies):
Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual-Effects Driven Feature Motion Picture
Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Feature Motion Picture
Last night, the Visual Effects Society announced the winners of their 9th annual Ves Awards, recognizing…you guessed it! The best in visual effects for films, television, commercials and video games. The big winner of the night was none other than Inception, which shouldn’t come as a huge shock, winning four awards that include Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects Driven Motion Picture. How to Train Your Dragon was the main victor in the animated film department, a well-deserved win. The big win it nabbed was for Outstanding Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture. Hereafter and Deathly Hallows: Part 1 also earned some wins; the latter taking something isn’t a surprise, but the dull, uninspired effects of Hereafter getting both this and an Oscar nod is baffling. Where is the love for the incredible work done on Scott Pilgrim?
Christopher Nolan was given the inaugural Ves Visionary Award, »
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The Visual Effects Society (Ves) has announced the nominees for the 9th Annual Ves Awards ceremony recognizing outstanding visual effects artistry in 24 categories of film, animation, television,
commercials and video games.
Christopher Nolan's "Inception" dominated the nominations receiving four nods. Nolan will also be honored at the event with the inaugural Ves Visionary Award. Ray Harryhausen will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award.
The Ves Awards will take place on Tuesday, February 1 and will air exclusively on Reelzchannel Saturday, February 19 at 10p Et/Pt with encore presentations throughout February.
Here's the complete list of nominees for the 9th Annual Ves Awards:
Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual-Effects Driven Feature Motion
Paul Franklin Visual Effects Supervisor
Chris Corbould Special Effects Supervisor
Mike Chambers Visual Effects Producer
Matthew Plummer Visual Effects Producer
Ben Snow VFX Supervisor
Ged Wright VFX Supervisor
Janek Sirrs VFX Supervisor
Susan Pickett VFX »
5 items from 2011
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