- 23 February 2013
- by Carolyn Giardina
The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News
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The visual-effects community is planning a demonstration during Sunday's Academy Awards to force the film industry to focus on the economic problems threatening Hollywood's visual-effects houses. Many in that VFX world argue that effects houses are struggling because of a business model that doesn't work, and they point to Rhythm & Hues Studios -- the VFX house behind the CG tiger in Oscar-nominated Life of Pi
-- and the fact that it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Feb. 13 as the latest evidence. A small plane with a banner that reads "Box Office + Bankrupt =
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