It’s yet another award for Alfonso Cuarón and his gravity-defying project…
The 52-year-old Mexican filmmaker and his visual-effects company Framestore were feted at the Producers Guild of America’s Digital Visionaries awards, which recognize notable organizations and the people behind them for using technology to advance the ways stories are told.
Cuarón and Framestone were honoring “for pushing visual effects to new levels” with their Oscar-winning work on the feature film Gravity.
“These are the top Hollywood people who are ultra-forward thinking in their vision of telling stories,” said Marc Scarpa, co-chair with Shawn Gold of the committee selecting the nine award winners. “We’re about pushing the medium forward.”