Katz, S. D.
April 2005
Millimeter;Apr2005, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p16
Trade Publication
Focuses on issues related to designing movies at the Skywalker Ranch, the lavish playground and toy shop of George Lucas in the U.S. Number of years in the industry; Innovation that enables artists to bridge imagination with the medium; Impact of the advent of digital technology on the decision of Lucas to resume the "Star Wars" saga; Development of tools and techniques that removed all the barriers to imagination presented by analog visual effects. INSET: RICK MCCALLUM AND THE INDUSTRY OF DOOM.


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