More than 500 gather with signs that read "Respect USA VFX" and "Subsidies Create Suffering"
'Gravity' rolled through technical awards and Alfonso Cuaron took best director, but Steve McQueen's slavery epic was Best Picture
Organizers will gather between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. PT
Two employees document the fallout of the Oscar-winning effects shop going bankrupt
Daniel Lay, who runs the VFX Soldier blog, and others are hammering out details for a demonstration
Alfonso Cuaron’s film is so dominant that Sandra Bullock’s character is nominated as Outstanding Animated Character
AMPAS effects branch narrows the field to 10, but Alfonso Cuaron's film remains the prohibitive favorite
Daniel Lay, the man behind VFX Soldier, tells TheWrap, "We helped change the narrative ... We made the media aware of what the real issue...
The artists and effects wizards demonstrating near DreamWorks Animation want the president to acknowledge the outsourcing hurting their industry
Digital Domain is making a risky bet on the screen adventure that could lead to big profits
The 23-employee commercials and feature film effects company is struggling with its NYC lease
The visual-effects industry has been devastated by tax subsidies, and a D.C. law firm thinks it has the solution
The visual-effects community struggles with whether to unionize, form a trade association or change the way they do business in order to survive
Rhythm & Hues says in court filings that it has identified several potential buyers
Visual Effects category adds two nominees, while animated features get a new definition
On his 90th birthday, special effects pioneer honored with Sony's effects, animation theater