A federal judge has approved a $17 million loan from two movie studios to keep the lights on at troubled Rhythm & Hues, the award-winning visual effects company that worked on the Oscar-nominated “Life of Pi.” The El Segundo company last week filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after laying off 250 employees, the Los Angeles Times reports.
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