This award is to honor outstanding achievement in compositing multiple elements into a final visual effect shot or group of shots in a single Episode of a Photoreal (i.e., live action) Series, Mini-Series, or Special. This category is for a body of work created for a single episode by an individual artist or team of artists. Entrants may include artists of other disciplines which contribute significantly to the compositing, such as lighting, tracking, and rotoscoping.

 

QUALIFYING PROJECTS

A single Episode of a Photoreal Series, Mini-Series, Movie, or Special, intended for Broadcast or Streaming

 

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

Slot 1: open to any significant compositing contributor

Slot 2: open to any significant compositing contributor

Slot 3: open to any significant compositing contributor

Slot 4: open to any significant compositing contributor

Slot 5: empty

 

HOW MANY ENTRIES MAY BE SUBMITTED FOR THIS PROJECT?

Multiple entries from the same project are eligible provided the artistic teams are 100% different and the footage being submitted is completely different.

 

WHAT SHOULD BE UPLOADED?

Work to Be Considered Length: 1:30 Max.*

Before & Afters Length: 2:00 Max.*

Optional Supporting Material PDF: 1:00 reading time

Submission format: DNxHD36 (aka DNxHD LB 8-bit) video: 8-bit 1920 x 1080p 23.98 fps, audio: 16-bit 44.1KHz. No exceptions.

*Not including the length of slates

 

WHAT ARE THE IMPORTANT DATES?

SUBMISSIONS OPEN: Monday, November 5, 2018

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: Friday, November 30, 2018, 11:59PM PST

 

 

WHAT ARE THE ENTRY FEES?

$460. Use vouchers where applicable.

 

 

HOW DO I SUBMIT?

Submissions may only be made through this VES Awards website by following the directions below.

 

 

EXCEPTIONS AND PETITIONS

Exceptions to the rules may be requested by petition. The Awards Committee considers all petitions on their merits and may grant them at its sole discretion. Submit petitions by clicking on the “Petition Committee” link on the Submission Form.

 

 

HOW DO I GET SUPPORT?

Questions about these Awards should be directed to awards@visualeffectssociety.com.

Technical questions about submitting should be directed to vesawards@sohonet.com.

 

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