Fewer and fewer directors have the clout with the studios—or the budget flexibility—to control, even if it means redoing, the CGI side of the production. If this new economy of illusion allows the CGI side of a production to overwhelm the director's ability to tell a coherent story in his live-action side, digital effects may prove to be the ruination of movies.
Tuesday, December 13, 2005
Lights, camera, CGI...
Super graphics and special effects will be the end of us, as we learn in this Slate story:
Posted by Jon W. Sparks at 11:20 AM