Congratulations to Encore VFX, Armen Kevorkian and the whole team on their VES Award!

 

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Executive Creative Director Stephan Fleet Selected by VFX Software Maker to Participate in Worldwide Product Launch

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London's Deluxe 142 Rebrands as Encore

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Encore VFX Takes Primetime Emmy

 

Encore VFX is excited to announce that it received this year's Emmy for Outstanding Visual Effects in a Supporting Role. The award was for a riveting, lifelike chase scene through speeding traffic that kicked off Cinemax original series, Banshee. The Encore VFX team, led by Supervisor Armen Kevorkian, made use of cutting-edge animation and tracking tools to composite in most of the cars and to create the nerve-jangling truck crash that helps set the pace for the series. The Award represents the first-ever Emmy for the network.

 

"We are extremely proud of the VFX division and everyone who contributed to this award-winning sequence," says Bill Romeo, Executive VP for Television, Deluxe, of the department, which continues to grow rapidly under the direction of Tom Kendall, Encore's VP of VFX. "It's great to see the team get this well-deserved recognition."

 

Front Row from Left to Right: Jeremy Jozwik, 3D Artist; Gevork Babityan, Compositing Artist; Mike Oakley, 3D Artist

 

Back Row from left to right: Mark E. Skowronski, VFX Producer; Rick Ramirez, 3D Producer; Armen V. Kevorkian, Visual Effects Supervisor; Jane Sharvina, 2D Supervisor; Andranik Taranyan, Compositing Artist; Nick Sinnott, VFX Artist

 

FX Guide Covers Encore's Banshee work in piece about "new wave of brilliant invisible effects"

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Encore VFX Puts the Car in Car Chase

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Encore uses DaVinci Resolve for color grading on CBS' hit television show Elementary

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Tony D'Amore and Elementary DP Collaborate Remotely