VES 2.0: VFX Bill Of Rights

I’m a little late to the game but the VES released it’s VFX Bill Of Rights. Scott Squires has a great overview of it at his blog. Media reaction at Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, LA Times, and Deadline.

I agree with the vast majority of what the VES is presenting. Obviously the big question is how do we get everyone to agree to adhere to their proposal. That’s the next big step.

In the meantime, I want to thank Jeff Okun, Eric Roth, Scott Squires, and the rest of the VES leadership of stepping up to the plate and taking time out of their busy schedules to try to fix the problems in our industry.

Soldier On.

3 Responses to VES 2.0: VFX Bill Of Rights

  1. VFXpeon says:

    Does anyone actually believe that this “bill of rights” has any teeth?

    Why would anyone in charge of any vfx house or movie studio take this seriously?

    If I am working at a VES-affiliated vfx house and my new “rights” are violated will the VES stick up for me? And if so, what will they do?

  2. steve hulett says:

    Behave like a … (gasp!) … LABOR UNION?

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