Cinefex - № 72

Cinefex is an American magazine devoted to motion picture visual effects. Issue 72 from December 1997 featured an extensive behind-the-scenes look at the visual effects created for the film Titanic.

Cinefex issue 72 was published in December 1997 and focused on the visual effects for the film Titanic, directed by James Cameron. Titanic told the story of the 1912 sinking of the RMS Titanic and was one of the most expensive and ambitious films ever made at the time.


The issue includes over 80 pages detailing the extensive practical and digital visual effects developed for the film. It provides a comprehensive overview of techniques used to recreate the ship, the ocean, and scenes of the sinking.

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The issue provides unprecedented access to the techniques used to realistically recreate one of history's most famous maritime disasters. It illustrates the monumental effort required to visually tell Cameron's story on an epic scale.

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