Posts Tagged ‘World War II’

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Mark Christiansen & fxphd team up with PROJECT ARBITER to create some havoc!

April 16th, 2011

Mark Christiansen, author of Adobe After Effects CS5 Visual Effects and Compositing Studio Techniques, is teaching a new project-based course at fxphd featuring composting and effects for PROJECT ARBITER. fxphd members will be able to work through several shots on the film, potentially even having their shot in the final release and their name featured in the credits. In addition, for April term members, there will be a small invite-only “Special Ops” group which will work through other shots on …

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Lee Rudnicki… entertainment attorney and best selling author!

April 7th, 2011

We just got some great news from our entertainment attorney, Lee Rudnicki. He recently published a brilliant vampire novel titled, My Immortal: The Vampires of Berlin. The book has garnered an impressive review from the well-respected fantasy blog, Azurescape.net stating that the book “…revives some of the vampire‚Äôs mystique while taking the vampire genre into previously unexplored realms.”

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Production kicks off for Project Arbiter Film: a genre bending WW2 adventure!

May 4th, 2010

Last weekend was the official start of production for Project Arbiter.

Project Arbiter Takes Flight – B-25 on location in San Martin, CA … p: Michele Beckwith

Soft morning light lit the San Martin airfield as crew began to arrive and greet each other. Before long the set was bustling with groggy eyes and bad bed hair clamoring for coffee and wheat bagels. We began to unload equipment and setup shop around the parked B-25. A beautiful plane, but very …

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