A long history of visual effects summed up in under 15 minutes.
This is a supercut of clips from all the Oscar winners for Best Visual Effects from 1929 - 2017, as well as this year's nominees. I thought some of those early years' visual effects were surprisingly good. So -- who do you think is going...Show More Summary
Burger Fiction has created a new supercut video of every Oscar winner in the “Best Visual Effects” category since 1929. They cover everything from the 1927 silent war film Wings to The Jungle Book from 2016. Supercut of Every Oscar Winner for ‘Best Visual Effects’ Since 1927Supercut of Every Oscar Winner for ‘Best Visual Effects’...
Adam Valdez, winner of the 2017 visual effects Oscar for "The Jungle Book", shares his favorite jaw-dropping Star Wars FX -- and breaks down the innovations behind them.
From "Wings" to "Ex Machina."
Ahead of the ceremony for the 89th Academy Awards, set to go down later this month, here we take a stroll down memory lane by looking at every Best Visual Effects winner, ever. We know what you’re thinking, and yes, we did bring you a similar clip last year, but this particular supercut has been […]
The Academy Award for Best Visual Effects tends to recognize movies that the Oscars otherwise overlook: the sci-fi epics, the technological breakthroughs, the big-budget extravaganzas. It’s where Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, Spielberg’s...Show More Summary
From ‘Wings’ to ‘Ex Machina’ in 12 fascinating minutes. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »
The Academy Awards are almost here and many people will be talking about red carpet fashion, comedic monologues, and who got robbed. But few will be paying attention to the most important awards category—Best Visual Effects. This supercut pulls together all the past winners into a nice little reminder of how much has… Read more...
Burger Fiction has created a supercut video of every Oscar winner in the “Best visual Effects” category since 1927. They cover everything from the 1927 silent war film Wings to Ex Machina from 2015. Related Laughing Squid PostsSupercut of Every Oscar Winner for ‘Best Visual Effects’ Since the Category Was First Introduced in 1977All the […]
Art of the Film has created a supercut video featuring the shortlist of 10 films that are in the running for Best Visual Effects at the Oscars this year. Related Laughing Squid PostsSupercut of Every Oscar Winner for ‘Best Visual Effects’ Since the Category Was First Introduced in 1977All the Movies That Have Won an […]
Like all art, film changes with the times and it is the duty of every serious connoisseur to track these changes, to absorb them. And while the year in which a film was made can be given away by everything from actor to film stock to...Show More Summary
With the Oscars upon us, Burger Fiction put together this awesome reel of eye candy which compiles every movie that ever received a nod for best visual effects, from the primitive methods of the 1920s and 30s to the high tech CGI of today, and everything in between.
What better way to properly prepare for the 88th Academy Awards than to reflect on past winners. This supercut strings together every 'Best Visual Effects' winner — from 1927/1928's Wings to 2014's Interstellar — to show us what magnificent...Show More Summary
Andy Schneider and Jonathan Britnell of Burger Fiction put together a supercut of every movie that won the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects, starting in 1938. That year, it was called “outstanding achievement in creating special photographic and sound effects.” Starting in 1939, it was just Award for Special Effects, and included sound effects. Show More Summary
From as far back as 1927, when the award was for "Best Engineering Effects", here's a list of all the films that have won an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects. Among the winners were Alien (x2), Titanic, Star Wars (x3), Lord of the Rings (x3), Ben Hur, Benjamin Button, Gravity, and The Matrix. Tags: movies Oscars video
Alex Garland's sci-fi thriller "Ex Machina" was the big winner Sunday evening at the British Independent Film Awards. Besides taking top honors, the picture also won director and screenplay for Garland, and visual effects for Andrew Whitehurst. Tom Hardy won lead actor for his dual role as the...
12 Years a Slave – Best Picture Winner Creative directors Manija Emran and Henry Hobson of Mill+, a visual effects and design studio in Los Angeles, created a clever series of poster designs for the 86th Academy Awards nominees. You can view more posters from each of the categories, including their designs for the In [...]
Ever since the Oscars introduced an Academy Award for "Best Visual Effects" in 1977, film technology has advanced exponentially. With each advancement, filmmakers have upped the ante each year, creating new works of art that stretchShow More Summary
Chicago-based filmmaker and writer Nelson Carvajal created a supercut video of every Oscar winner for “Best Visual Effects” since 1977, the year that the category name was first introduced. music by Hans Zimmer – “Time” via FirstShowing.net, The Awesomer