Goldman, Michael
June 2005
Millimeter;Jun2005, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p11
Trade Publication
Features the horror film "The Cave". Creature-oriented visual effects by Luma Pictures; Comments of Payam Shohadai, Luma's visual effects supervisor on the film, on the company's use of OS X; Comments of Artaya Boonsoong, technical supervisor at Luma, on the system's attributes; Other tools used by Luma for the film.


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