“International CG Collaboration: Good, Bad, or Just Impossible?” by Argüello, Hirsch, Natarajan, Schultz and Turakhia

  • ©Carlos Argüello, Evan Marc Hirsch, Jai Natarajan, Bill Schultz, and Rajesh Turakhia

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Entry Number: 03

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    International CG Collaboration: Good, Bad, or Just Impossible?

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    We live, work, and collaborate in a global economy. Some artists move overseas to find work. Some local supervisors hire artists and companies in other countries to produce work for local productions. Some local companies are creating entire subsidiaries in other countries for local productions. The implications are vast. Far beyond time and language differences, cultural differences are sometimes insurmountable, but global production brings income and untold opportunities to all kinds of artists and technologists throughout the world. In this panel, supervisors, producers, and artists from all over the globe convene to talk about the good, bad, and impossible of outsourcing creativity and production.  


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