Commotion is a visual effects application, originally released by Puffin Designs. Puffin Designs was founded by Scott Squires (Visual Effects Supervisor at Industrial Light and Magic) and Forest Key to market Commotion.
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... Early in his career, Caruso co-founded Commotion Pictures, a San Francisco-based film production company, with Andrew Linsk ... Commotion produced marketing films for Pacific Bell, Sega, Crystal Dynamics and others ... After leaving Commotion Pictures, Caruso was recruited to Industrial Light Magic (ILM), George Lucas's special effects company ...
... Commotion is a visual effects application, originally released by Puffin Designs ... Light and Magic) and Forest Key to market Commotion ... Commotion set a high standard for a rotoscoping application, introducing rotosplines and offering features like motion tracking and motion blurring for masks ...
... Commotion on the Ocean is the 174th short subject starring American slapstick comedy team the Three Stooges ... Commotion on the Ocean was the last of four shorts filmed in the wake of Shemp Howard's death using earlier footage and a stand-in ...
... "Causing a Commotion" debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart at number 41 the week of September 12, 1987, as "Who's That Girl" was descending from the top ten ... "Causing a Commotion" reached the top 40 of the Adult Contemporary chart of Billboard and reached the top of the Hot Dance Club Play chart ... In the United Kingdom, "Causing a Commotion" was released on September 19, 1987 ...
7" Single "Causing a Commotion" (Silver Screen Single Mix) – 405 "Jimmy Jimmy" (LP Version) – 354 12" Single "Causing a Commotion" (Silver Screen Mix ...
More definitions of "commotion":
- (noun): Confused movement.
Example: "A commotion of people fought for the exits"
Famous quotes containing the word commotion:
“Most adults will do anything to avoid going to a party where they dont know anyone. But for some reason we may be impatient with the young child who hesitates on the first day of school, or who recoils from the commotion of a birthday party where there are no familiar faces.”
—Cathy Rindner Tempelsman (20th century)
“At first, he savored only the material quality of the sounds secreted by the instruments. And it had already been a great pleasure when, beneath the tiny line of the violin, slender, resistant, dense and driving, he noticed the mass of the pianos part seeking to arise in a liquid splashing, polymorphous, undivided, level and clashing like the purple commotion of wave charmed and flattened by the moonlight.”
—Marcel Proust (18711922)