by Elizabeth Lee.
Many of today’s Hollywood blockbuster movies include stunning visual effects. Most of those effects used to be produced in Hollywood, but that has changed. Now, one film can include visual effects produced in many different countries.
Tommy Williamson is passionate about filmmaking . As a former visual effects supervisor, he worked on many Hollywood blockbusters, but not anymore.
“It kind of breaks my heart to leave the whole thing; in fact I don’t even say that I left. I said it left me,” said Williamson.
Thanks to technology, visual effects work can be done anywhere in the world and more Hollywood films are including work from other countries.
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