Today's the last day to vote in the SXSW 2020 PanelPicker! Vote UP on these exciting panels: "Game-Changer: Video Game Tech is Transforming Film" featuring leaders in virtual production and moderated by the author of Epic Games' Virtual Production Field Guide; and "Cultivating Diversity Through Design" featuring insights from some of the brand world's top creative minds including Method Studios.
Congrats to our friends at Light Field Lab on their $28M Series A round! Read more about their holographic display technology and the new investment at VentureBeat.
We had a phenomenal week at SIGGRAPH 2019! Thanks to all of our friends and clients for their great energy. Visit the RazPR Facebook page to see some photo highlights!
Congratulations to John Likens, Wesley Ebelhar, Arisu Kashiwagi, and the whole Method Studios team for receiving an Emmy nomination in main title design for their work on Cinemax’s Warrior!
‘Stranger Things’ mania is in full force! m ss ng p eces celebrated the new season with a mysterious alternate reality game - which can only be played with 1980s technology. Find out more about it at Adweek.
Have you called the Hot Praise Hotline yet? Click here to go behind the scenes of this year’s cheeky Shots Awards campaign directed by Biscuit’s Daniel Warwick.
Lots of fun sights and sounds at E3 this week, but our favorite might just be this sneaky roving Fortnite bush!
Variety’s Emmys preview takes a look at the art of title design, speaking with Method Studios creative director John Likens about how they re-imagined the iconic titles of The Twilight Zone for a new era. Read the story here.
The new issue of VFX Voice dives into what it takes to visualize the ever-expanding DC Television Universe. Check out their chat here with Encore ECD and VFX Supervisor Armen Kevorkian about creating eye-popping VFX for shows like The Flash, Supergirl, Doom Patrol, Titans, Black Lightning, and Batwoman.
AWS Ground Station has landed! The new service helps customers control satellites from AWS and download data from satellites into AWS Global Infrastructure Regions, using a fully managed network of ground station antennas located around the world. Read more at GeekWire.