Sunday, July 22
Atmosphere Visual Effects Receives Emmy Nomination for Battlestar Galactica Episode “Exodus, Part 2”
Sci Fi Channel Series Nominated in Category of “Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series”
Source: DMN Newswire
Award-winning visual effects studio Atmosphere Visual Effects has for the fourth year running received another Emmy nomination, this time for the Sci Fi channel’s season three episode of “Battlestar Galactica” titled “Exodus, Part 2.” Atmosphere has created visual effects for all three seasons of “Battlestar Galactica,” produced by R+D TV, in association with NBC Universal Television Studio.
The nominated Atmosphere team includes Tom Archer, Lead Compositor; Andrew Karr, CGI Supervisor; Jeremy Hoey, Lead Matte Painter; Brenda Campbell, Lead Compositor; and Alec McClymont, Lead CGI Artist/ Animator.
The nominated “Battlestar” production team includes Gary Hutzel, VFX Supervisor; Doug Drexler, CG Supervisor; Michael Gibson, Senior VFX Coordinator and Adam Mojo, CGI Sequence Designer
Exodus featured the impossible rescue of the colonists from the Cylon-occupied surface of the planet New Caprica, culminating in a spectacular space battle sequence of blockbuster feature film scale between Battlestars “Galactica” and “Pegasus” and Cylon Base Stars, which ends in triumph and destruction.
For more information on Atmosphere Visual Effects, please visit: http://atmosphere-vfx.com
Posted by Phantom Dennis at 13:31