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Unfortunately, Jim Hill's new column was not received in time to prepare it for a sneak peek for dFX newsletter readers. Keep an eye out at www.digitalmediafx.com later this week to view his most recent column. We do have another sneak peek for you, however. Noell Evans has written an excellent feature on "Saul Bass: A Film Title Pioneer." See the story further down for access details. -- Joe Tracy
Osmosis Jones Edited
to a PG Rating!
To view the movie trailer for Osmosis Jones, visit the Digital Media FX Movie Trailers page.
Oscar Winner Officially Donates TV
De Wit donated the HDTV set to a rehabilitation center for youth called Hollygrove, which is located in Los Angeles.
De Wit won the Oscar for his Father & Daughter animated short. For more information on his victory, click here.
Hardest Hit in Layoffs
According to CBS Market Watch, Disney is cutting 3% of its work force, yet 30% of all Disney animators are losing their jobs. In regards to animation salary cuts at Disney, Market Watch quotes Disney spokesman John Dreyer as saying, "I think it's fair to say there's no longer pressure to maintain wages."
Top News Stories
of the Past Two Weeks
Digital Media FX
Opens Shrek Movie Site
You can visit the new dFX Shrek site by clicking here.
Sneak Peek - Saul
Bass: A Film Title Pioneer
You can access the article - 24 hours before it is announced on the Digital Media FX Website - by clicking here.
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