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Guy Williams started in visual effects in 1993 and worked on films such as DROP ZONE MARS ATTACKS! or WING COMMANDER. In 1999, he joined Weta Digital and work on the LORD OF THE RINGS trilogy, I ROBOT or KING KONG. As a VFX supervisor, he took care of AVATAR, THE A-TEAM or X-MEN FIRST CLASS.
Grady Cofer is working in VFX for over 15 years. He participated in many projects at Digiscope as an Flame artist such as VOLCANO, TITANIC or GODZILLA. He then joined ILM and worked on films like PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN trilogy, STAR WARS EPISODE II and III as well as STAR TREK and AVATAR.
Ronald Grauer has over 10 years of experience in visual effects. He has worked in studios such as Duboi Duran, Victor or Grid VFX. Since 3 years, he worked as VFX supervisor at Benuts. In the following interview, he discusses his work on CLOCLO (MY WAY).
Before joining Framestore, Mike Mulholland worked at Cinesite on projects such as LARA CROFT: TOMB RAIDER and the TV series BAND OF BROTHERS then at ESC Entertainment for CATWOMAN. At Framestore, Mike has participated on films like AVATAR, CLASH OF THE TITANTS or WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE. In the following interview, Mike accompanied by Ben Morris (VFX Supervisor) and Duncan Burbidge (VFX Producer) talk about their work on WAR HORSE.
Dmitry Tokoyakov began his career as a compositor and rose through the ranks to become VFX Supervisor. He worked many years at Bazelevs and oversaw the effects of movies like WANTED or APOLLO 18. In the following interview, Dmitry talks about his work on THE DARKEST HOUR.
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.
Matt Aitken joined Weta Digital just after its creation in 1994. He participated in all major projects of the studio as THE FRIGHTENERS, the LORD OF THE RINGS trilogy, I ROBOT, KING KONG or AVATAR. He won two VES Awards for KING KONG and THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE TWO TOWERS. In the following interview, he talks about his work on THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN.
After working on the animated series POLLUX in 2007, Sirius Buisson joined the teams of Buf Compagnie where he worked on projects such as SPEED RACER, AVATAR or THOR. He was also on set VFX supervisor for ADÈLE BLANC-SEC. He has joined MPC to work on WRATH OF THE TITANS. In the following interview, he talks about his work as supervisor of the short film WELCOME TO HOXFORD.
Erik Nash began his career in 1979 on the film STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE. He joined Digital Domain in 1995 and work on projects like APOLLO 13, TITANIC or KUNDUN. He then became VFX supervisor and take care of the effects of films like RED PLANET, I ROBOT, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: AT WORLD'S END. In the following interview, he talks about his work on REAL STEEL.