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Special Effects

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Special Effects

Special Effects

Special Effects

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Ever walk out of a movie theater wondering how a famous building was blown to bits, or how the bustling streets of an extra-terrestrial city came to life? From the Star Wars trilogy to today's blockbusters, join Ira Flatow in this hour of Science Friday as he takes a behind-the-scenes look at how filmmakers use special effects. Guests: Bruce Nicholson Visual Effects Supervisor Industrial Light and Magic San Rafael, California Lawrence Krauss Professor of Physics Case Western Reserve University Cleveland, Ohio Alex Gillis Amalgamated Dynamics, Inc. Chatsworth, California Listeners call in

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