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Jody Johnson went through all stages at Double Negative. She begins with roto and the compositing on STALINGRAD, STARDUST or SHAUN OF THE DEAD. Then compositing supervisor and finally VFX supervisor for movies like PENELOPE or BRIDGET JONES: THE EDGE OF REASON.
After several years of freelance work, Frazer Churchill joined Double Negative which is one of the founders. He participated in many projects such as PITCH BLACK, BELOW or ENEMY AT THE GATES. In 2001, he became supervisor and handles the visual effects of DOOM, SAHARA or CHILDREN OF MEN.
Sue Rowe is one of the few female VFX supervisors in the business. She works at Cinesite for over 10 years and oversaw movies such as TROY, CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, X-MEN 3 or THE GOLDEN COMPASS. She just finished the visual effects of PRINCE OF PERSIA.
Jonathan Fawkner talks with us in the following interview about his work on SHERLOCK HOLMES, he has done in parallel with AVATAR. Note that Framestore received the VES AWARD for Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Feature Motion Picture for SHERLOCK HOLMES.
Deak Ferrand has worked for more than 15 years in visual effects as a matte painter. He was on the team that won an Academy Award for the Best Visual Effects for WHAT DREAMS MAY COMES. He has since founded his own company, Hatch, and has participated in a large number of film projects such as RIDDICK, CONSTANTINE, SHOOTER, THE ASSASSINATION OF JESSE JAMES, RED CLIFF and WOLVERINE. In the interview which follows, Deak speaks to us about its course and its work on THE BOOK OF ELI.