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VFX Software shoot out with Fusion, Nuke & Smoke.

 

Wes Anderson's creative world

Editor Barney Pilling's work life with director Wes Anderson.

VFX breakdown on 'Into the woods'

MPC's vfx for 'In to the woods.'

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