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How Phil Tippett Changed Special Effects in Movies [Video]

Here’s a video feature for you, giving a detailed overview and interesting insights about Phil Tippett and his iconic works and contributions to cinema. From the cantina scene in Star Wars: A New Hope to stop-motion/go-motion animation and later to CGI and the effects we all enjoyed in Jurassic Park, the work from Phil Tippett definitely left a mark on movie culture and film-making.

The video below has been done by Vice and I thought it was very well-made. It gives a good overview of his work at ILM, DreamWorks and onwards. What do you think? If you liked it make sure to leave them a thumbs-up or subscribe to their channel for more cool videos. Enjoy!


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Photo credit: The feature image “AT-AT miniature” has been done by S.

Christopher Isak
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Hi there and thanks for reading my article! I'm Chris the founder of TechAcute. I write about technology news and share experiences from my life in the enterprise world. Drop by on Twitter and say 'hi' sometime. 😉

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