Digital Domain to begin Australian recruitment drive for Paradise Lost

La-based effects company Digital Domain will begin recruiting local VFX artists next week to work on Alex Proyas. Paradise Lost. The company is in the throes of setting up a local office to support the film, which will spend eight weeks shooting (including motion capture) at Fox Studios Australia before a lengthy 72 weeks for post-production and visual effects work. The film stars Bradley Cooper and is based on John Milton.s poem about heaven and hell. Digital Domain public relations project manager Tim Enstice did not respond to queries about the planned Australian operations. However, it is understood that a Digital Domain team, including head of production Jody Madden, is expected to arrive in Sydney later this week as part of the recruitment drive. The company,...
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