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Julian Foddy started his career in visual effects at DNEG in 2006. He then joined ILM in 2015. He has worked on a number...
In 2017, Pablo Helman explained to us the work of ILM on SILENCE. He talks to us today about his new collaboration with Martin Scorsese. Leandro Estebecoena has worked in visual effects for over 30 years. He joined ILM in 1996 and worked on films like TRANSFORMERS, IRON MAN, STAR TREK and RANGO. Nelson Sepulveda began his career in visual effects in 1994 at Cinesite. He then worked at Centroplois Entertainment and Weta Digital before joining ILM in 2004. His filmography includes films like RANGO, THE AVENGERS, WARCRAFT and KONG: SKULL ISLAND. Ivan Busquets started working in VFX in the early 2000s. He worked at Cinesite, MPC and ILM. His filmography includes films such as THE GOLDEN COMPASS, SUCKER PUNCH, ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY and BUMBLEBEE. Stephane Grabli joined ILM in 2008. He worked on films such as RANGO, TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION, STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS and JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM.
Jason Smith began his visual effects career in 2013 at Industrial Light & Magic. He has worked on many movies such as STAR WARS: EPISODE III - REVENGE OF THE SITH, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: DEAD MAN'S CHEST, TRANSFORMERS and RANGO. As Associate VFX Supervisor and VFX Supervisor, he took care of the effects of films like THE AVENGERS, WARCRAFT, KONG: SKULL ISLAND and TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT.
After explaining his work on the main titles for SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN, Henry Hobson worked on the titles for the video game THE LAST OF US and started his studio Bootmaker Films. He is also preparing his first feature film.
Tim Alexander started his career in the VFX in 1995 at Buena Vista Visual Effects. He then joined ILM in 1997 and worked on films like CONTACT, TITANIC, STAR WARS: EPISODE I - THE PHANTOM MENACE or DEEP BLUE SEA. In 2000, he became VFX Supervisor and worked on films such as SKY CAPTAIN AND THE WORLD OF TOMORROW, three HARRY POTTER movies, THE CHRONICLES SPIDERWICK or RANGO.
Before joining ILM in 1996, Hal Hickel had worked at Will Vinton Studios and Pixar. At ILM, he participated on many of the major projects of the studio such as STAR WARS EPISODE 1 and 2 and also on the first three PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN. He receives an Oscar for his work on PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: DEAD MAN'S CHEST. He then work on IRON MAN and especially to RANGO and also SUPER 8.
After he talked about his work on RANGO, Henry Hobson has worked on projects like THE HANGOVER PART II, FRIGHT NIGHT or THE THING. He returns to The Art of VFX to explain his work on SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN.
Here's my first book presentation to inaugurate this new section on The Art of VFX. I chose Industrial Light & Magic: The Art of Innovation written by Pamela Glintenkamp and edited by Abrams Books. Pamela Glintenkamp is a writer and producer, and worked as director for the Lucasfilm Archival History Project.
John Knoll joined ILM in 1986 as motion control camera operator to work on INNERSPACE and WILLOW. He will then work on THE ABYSS. He's promoted as VFX Supervisor in 1990 for the film THE HUNT OF THE RED OCTOBER (with Scott Squires). He will oversee the PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN and STAR WARS trilogies. He will also participate in MISSION TO MARS, SPEED RACER, AVATAR or recently RANGO. He is with his brother Thomas, one of the creators of the software Photoshop. He received nine awards including the Oscar for Best Visual Effects for PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: DEAD MAN'S CHEST and more than 20 nominations. In the following interview, he talks about his work on MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: GHOST PROTOCOL that marks his return on this franchise since he had supervised the effects of the first MISSION IMPOSSIBLE.