avatar - search results
If you're not happy with the results, please do another search
Neil Huxley has worked more than 5 years at Digital Pictures Iloura as Flame operator before coming to the United States where he worked as art director on movies such as GAMER or WATCHMEN at yU+co. It's him that create the beautiful opening title sequence of this show. In 2009, he joined Prime Focus. In the following interview, he talks about his work on AVATAR.
Daniel Leduc is a true pioneer in the visual effects in Canada, he founded with 3 other partners the company Hybride that has achieved the effects of many films such as the SPY KIDS trilogy, SIN CITY, 300 or JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH. They just completed AVATAR.
Jonathan Fawkner is working since 10 year at Framestore. He has worked on the most biggest projects of the studio such as V FOR VENDETTA, THE GOLDEN COMPASS or THE DARK KNIGHT. In the following interview, he talks about the challenges encounter on AVATAR.
Mathilde Tollec entered at BUF in 2004. She became visual effects supervisor on the film RICKY and she has just ended the supervision of AVATAR.
Evolving for more than 10 years in the French and European postproduction, Hassan El Youbi worked in the most part of the Parisian studios as Mac Guff, Sparx or Duboi. He joins the teams of Weta Digital in summer 2008 for AVATAR.
Back in 2019, Scott Edelstein explained Digital Domain's work on Avengers: Endgame. Today he returns to tell us about Free Guy. How did you and...
Back in 2018, Kevin Smith talked to us about the work of Weta Digital on Mortal Engines. He went on to work on Godzilla...
Chris White and Aidan Martin told us in detail about the work of Weta Digital work on THE UMBRELLA ACADEMY last year. They are back with a new Netflix series, SPACE FORCE.
Thrain Shadbolt has been working in visual effects for over 16 years. He began his career at Cinesite before joining Weta Digital in 2008. He has worked on numerous projects such as V FOR VENDETTA, AVATAR, DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES, RAMPAGE and THE UMBRELLA ACADEMY.
In April 2019, Tim Miller told us about his work on LOVE, DEATH & ROBOTS. Today, he talks about the challenges of his new film, TERMINATOR: DARK FATE.