The recent airing of the series finale of ‘Scandal’ on ABC capped off VFX Legion’s three-year run as the sole visual effect company for award-winning creator/producer/writer/director Shonda Rhimes’ political thriller.
The Colonie's Nathan Rodgers recently helped set the pace for Chicago rapper Towkio's music video, ‘Symphony,’ a new single dropped from the artist’s debut album,'WWW.'
VFX Legion ventured into the comic book genre to created a computer-generated universe for the 'Power Rangers: Shattered Grid' trailer.
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VFX Legion and its global team of 25+ artists were called on by Shondraland Productions to build the computer-generated enviroments and visual effects that created the virtual worlds surrounding the actors in 'Scandal' and 'How to Get Away with Murder's' highly anticipated crossover episodes.
UTÖKA, the end-to-end creative company, blended live-action footage with seamless, photo-real CGI and motion graphics for a multi-platform spot showcasing the cutting-edge technology behind MIZUNO Maxcor, MIZUNO's high-performance baseball bat.
Big Little Lies repeated its Emmy’s haul at last night’s Golden Globes, again winning Best Limited Series and all but one of the main awards within the category, taking home Best Actress for Nicole Kidman, Best Supporting Actress for Laura Dern, and Best Supporting Actor for Alexander Skarsgard.
The 2018 New York Television Festival is moving to July - submit to the NYTVF for the chance to engage with more TV execs, buyers, agents, managers, and decision-makers than any other Festival! Submit your independently produced pilot or script for the opportunity to become an Official Artist next summer.
Looking to submit your produced TV pilot or series? Submit to the Independent Pilot Competition (IPC), the NYTVF’s flagship, annual initiative, accepting independently-produced, original television pilots and series, short films, and short-form web series from around the globe.
Following in the footsteps of Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon, YouTube has announced plans to launch a new slate of ad-supported original programming soon. The shows, which will be free to view are expected to secure a place for the video site in the premium programming bracket.
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