Daniel Lay

VFX Soldier

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Founder of VFX Soldier, a blog that covers the Visual FX industry; former visual effects technical director

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Sausage Party has been a box office hit. But if you ask some of the animators who worked on the film, working on it was not a party.

Allegations of harsh labor conditions during ‘Sausage Party’ production

Sausage Party has been a box office hit. But if you ask some of the animators who worked on the film, working on it was not a party.

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Mayor Garcetti's newly appointed film czar, Ken Ziffren, told reporters today that LA's in a " bad spiral " when it comes to the loss of film and TV production and the jobs that go…

The Oscars May Be in Hollywood, but the Business is Leaving

Mayor Garcetti's newly appointed film czar, Ken Ziffren, told reporters today that LA's in a " bad spiral " when it comes to the loss of film and TV production and the jobs that go…

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