Craig Barron

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Even as Hollywood relies on stunning visual effects to bring people to the movie theater, the artists who make those spectacles are struggling.

VFX Industry in Trouble

Even as Hollywood relies on stunning visual effects to bring people to the movie theater, the artists who make those spectacles are struggling.

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