Visual effects workers miffed after Oscar speech cut-off
Workers in California's beleaguered visual effects industry were left fuming Monday after a speech by Oscar-winning supervisor Bill Westenhofer was cut short -- by the ominous music of "Jaws." Westenhofer, who led the team at Rhythm & Hues that won a visual effects award for their work on Ang Lee 's "Life of Pi ," had intended to talk about the ... (more)
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#1 Feb 26, 2013
Time was short. Obama demanded that his wife be feted by the Academy at the direct expense of hard working nominees.
#2 Feb 27, 2013
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