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Win A Dell XPS 12 Convertible Ultrabook At BVE

Win A Dell XPS 12 Convertible Ultrabook At BVE

Heading to BVE North? Want to know more about CandIT Media’s WARP storage system and also be in with the chance of winning a Dell convertible Ultrabook?

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The WARP Factor

The WARP Factor

With BVE only two weeks away we have spreading the word about our partners CandIT Media and their WARP platform.

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Wed 31 Oct 2012: 5:00pm

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Who Are CandIT Media?

Who Are CandIT Media?

Earlier this week we let you know that CandIT Media would be showcasing the WARP platform at BVE North on the 13th and 14th of November.

But who are CandIT Media?

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The countdown to BVE is on!

The countdown to BVE is on!

In four weeks’ time, BVE North will be taking over the Manchester Central Complex for the 13th and 14th of November and CandIT Media will be there to showcase the patented WARP technology.

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A Prime Focus for CandIT Media

A Prime Focus for CandIT Media

Back in July this year Prime Focus Commercials were looking to upgrade their storage system to tackle the diverse demands of their business. 

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Happy Birthday Electric Theatre Collective!

Happy Birthday Electric Theatre Collective!

We would like wish a big happy first birthday to Electric Theatre Collective who celebrate their first year with some massive success under their belts.

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Wed 26 Sep 2012: 4:30pm

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Degas, Picturing Movement

Degas, Picturing Movement

What relationship if any, a nineteenth century impressionist painter has to today's CG artists is an interesting question, and one that occurred to me whilst at the Degas exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts. Degas and the Ballet examines in detail the redoubtable French artist's devotion to his favourite subject, placing it in context alongside the then nascent, new media of film and photography.

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Terrence Malick: Visionary Genius or Boring Pseud?

Terrence Malick: Visionary Genius or Boring Pseud?

His films certainly divide modern critics and audiences alike, which is perhaps no surprise. In a Hollywood saturated with formulaic product for multiplex audiences, his films are an anomaly, breaking from a conventional narrative and featuring extended, languid shots of the natural world that often serve to emphasise his character's - and therefore Man's - insignificance in the face of events.

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Hollywood Composer Hans Zimmer on Writing for 3D

Hollywood Composer Hans Zimmer on Writing for 3D

Behind every great director is a great composer; where Steven Spielberg had John Williams and Sergio Leone had Ennio Morricone, it might be said that Christopher Nolan has Hans Zimmer.

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Teradici and BOXX to Talk at StudioSysAdmin Event

Teradici and BOXX to Talk at StudioSysAdmin Event

There’s been a lot of talk about virtualisation and PC-over-IP lately, with a lot of studios asking what benefits it can bring to a CG pipeline. It’s a fair question that’s best explained by the experts, so we’ve asked Teradici to come along to this Thursday’s StudioSysAdmin event at Framestore, and shed a little more light on this emerging technology.

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Empire Strikes Back Director Irvin Kershner Dies

Empire Strikes Back Director Irvin Kershner Dies

Irvin Kershner, director of 'The Empire Strikes Back' died on Saturday in Los Angeles, aged 87. 'Kersh'', as he was affectionately known on the set of the 1980 sequel, deserves credit for directing easily the finest of all the Star Wars films, and for a diverse and varied career in which the inter-galactic blockbuster was something of an anomaly.

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Compositing Evening Course now on

We’ve got a new set of evening classes at Escape Studios , starting at the end of September. The Compositing Evening Course will allow experienced freelancers and amateur beginners alike to learn all they need to know about compositing in Nuke in twice weekly sessions, helping develop the skills required to becoming a top notch VFX compositor.

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