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n n n n Animation War Game Digital Domain creates a cinematic trailer for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier title, there was no lead-in; the studio had just 84 seconds to deliver audiences directly into the middle of the explosive drama and excitement. It was a mission that the studio ac- complished in Silver Star fashion. Digital Domain masterminded the dramatic trailer, which first de- buted at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). Tasked by In 20 August/September 2011 combat-themed movies, it usually takes many min- utes into the film before the explosive action begins to unfold. When Digital Domain created the reality- steeped, battle-intensive video game trailer for Tom developer Ubisoft Entertainment to create a visually arresting trailer that highlighted specific game elements, director Neil Huxley led a talented visual effects team of 15 artists at the Academy Award-winning studio to complete the ambitious project from concept through completion in just eight weeks. Inspired by the gritty, particle-filled, light-saturated aesthetics of films like District 9, Black Hawk Down, and The Hurt Locker, Huxley artfully orchestrated a poetic ballet of death and destruction through a virtual 35mm camera lens. "As a fanboy, I know what I want to see in a video game trailer,"

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