While the busy world of Star Wars, and the wider family of LFL and ILM projects continues to grow and develop, we should always remember the sterling work conducted by those SPFX and VFX pioneers who thirty years ago were overseeing the shift from optical to digital, and a decade later were at the leading edge of the digital revolution.
This week saw ILM celebrate the class of 1988 and 1998, giving them their 20 and 30 year service awards. Fantha Tracks wish to send our own congratulations and thanks for the industry, the light and the magic.
This week we celebrated the Class of 1998 and 1988 with our 20 and 30-year Service Award recipients from Lucasfilm and ILM. Congratulations, everyone! (Photo by: Chris Hawkinson) pic.twitter.com/FBoGfpatFr
— ILM Visual Effects (@ILMVFX) November 16, 2018