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Digital artists in India make U.S. films pop
Digital artists in India make U.S. films pop

MUMBAI, India — Darren Aronofsky may be a household name in Hollywood, where his last two films were critically acclaimed hits. But to the young Indian artists laboring on the director's newest project — the Biblical epic "Noah" — he was just another client with a looming deadline. "Who's the director on that?" an American supervisor quizzed a group of serious-faced young men clustered around a computer inside the dim, maze-like production room at Prime Focus studios in suburban Mumbai. The technicians, who were converting a shot of the title character's legendary ark to 3-D, looked at one another blankly. "Sir, I don't know," one said finally. ON LOCATION: Where the cameras roll...