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DNEG hires Academy Award winners Eric Brevig, Greg Butler as visual effects supervisors

Visual effects (VFX) and animation studio DNEG has announced on Friday the hiring of Eric Brevig and Greg Butler as visual effects supervisors.

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DNEG renews visual effects services agreement with Netflix

The leading technology-enabled visual effects and animation company, DNEG, has signed a multi-year agreement with Netflix. The agreement covers the provision of visual effects and virtual production services for Netflix series and feature programming.

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20th VES Awards: DNEG sweeps seven awards for visual effects

Mumbai: The London-based VFX major Double Negative (DNEG) has received seven awards at the 20th Visual Effects Society (VES) Awards held in Los Angeles on Tuesday. The company is a technology-enabled visual effect and animation studio for the creation of feature film, television and multiplatform...

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DNEG set to become the only Pure-play publicly-traded visual effects, animation company

Mumbai: DNEG, a technology-enabled visual effects, and animation company, and Sports Ventures Acquisition Corp, a publicly-traded special purpose acquisition company have entered into a definitive business combination agreement that will result in DNEG becoming a public company. Upon closing of the...

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Indian M&E industry can reach $100 billion by 2030: K Madhavan

Mumbai: The Indian media and entertainment industry touched $19 billion in 2020 down from an expected $22 billion, but it’s poised to grow up to $100 billion by 2030, said The Walt Disney Company India and Star India, president, K Madhavan. This goal is ambitious and challenging but not impossible...

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