Industrial Light + Magic has spawned a new visual effects shop, Tweak Films, that is using a dozen Mac OS X workstations running applications such as Maya, Entropy, Shake, and Adobe Photoshop for developing visual effects for big-name films, such as Paramount’s “Clockstoppers,” according to The Hollywood Reporter, as noted by MacNN. One of the founding members of the group is Richard Schlein, a former director of worldwide developer relations at Apple who oversaw the transition of Maya to Mac OS X.