The Hollywood Reporter
8 Nov 2012
The cable networks group acquires extreme fishing reality show “Rod and Rucksack” for its channels in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
8 Nov 2012
Visual effects house Cinesite has made its first move into production, selling a travel and adventure series to Discovery Networks.
13 Sep 2012
The HPA has announced the nominees for the 2012 HPA Awards. The Awards honor excellence in post production and bring recognition to the achievements of individuals and companies who are engaged in significant and revolutionary work in post production.
23 Aug 2012
There has been a lot of talk in recent weeks about the state of the visual effects; working conditions, wages, unions, subsidies and the future of the industry in general. But amongst those reports, pioneering company Cinesite has managed to push through a major upheaval – its sale by long-time owner Kodak – to essentially begin a new life.
14 Aug 2012
Cinesite awarded Firtina Ozbalikci, a second year computer science student, its first Technical Effects placement under the facility’s 2012 Inspire Internship program.
24 May 2012
What might a dedicated conversion tool look like? One studio with an informed opinion is London’s Cinesite, which recently built a stereo-conversion pipeline from scratch to post-convert 87 minutes of footage for the movie John Carter.
The Art of VFX
27 Mar 2012
The Art of VFX settles down with Sue Rowe, VFX Supervisor at Cinesite, to discuss work on John Carter.
Computer Graphics World
23 Mar 2012
They aren’t little green men, but the large, strange-looking Martians in the science-fiction romance film John Carter are definitely green. And alien. The Martian barbarians, called Tharks, have four arms, no nose, and head flaps, and they’re violent. And, they aren’t the only inhabitants of the red planet.
19 Mar 2012
Mike Seymour, Jeff Heusser and Matt Wallin take a journey to Mars to review the visual effects of John Carter.
12 Mar 2012
Disney’s ‘John Carter 3D’ was released last Friday, a film that has been in the planning stage for 81 years. We spoke to the film’s producers who exclusively reveal post production secrets.
Animation World Network
12 Mar 2012
Go behind the scenes of Andrew Stanton’s first live-action feature and long-awaited Edgar Rice Burroughs adaptation.
10 Mar 2012
What does it take to create a planet? A lot more effort than can fit in a seven day week. Ask the hundreds of artists at Cinesite who spent two years creating Martian environments, cities and airships for Disney’s film John Carter, or the 120 animators plus several hundred in the supporting cast at Double Negative who created the big green aliens who populated the planet.
10 Mar 2012
An epic journey to the Red Planet, 100 years in the making.
1 Mar 2012
John Carter is the kind of movie no studio bigwig in their right mind ought to have greenlit – but where else will you see such strange monsters?
13 Jan 2012
“Star Wars,” “Superman,” “Avatar” – for decades, Hollywood has found box-office treasure in fantasy science fiction epics about heroes adventuring in strange and mysterious lands. “John Carter,” director Andrew Stanton’s upcoming Martian war tale, is based on the 100-year-old Edgar Rice Burroughs yarn that helped inspire many of those stories.
Den of Geek
29 Nov 2011
Andrew Stanton talks about the process of making the forthcoming John Carter, and just why Pixar movies are so brilliant, in a fascinating Q&A… (abbreviated)