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THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER –...

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Adam Valdez began his career at Tippett Studio in 1990 where he worked on great projects such as JURASSIC PARK or STARSHIP TROOPERS. After a transit at PDI, he joined the team at Weta Digital working on the first two LORD OF THE RINGS. In 2004, he moved to London and worked since then at MPC.

INCEPTION: Paul Franklin – VFX Supervisor – Double Negative

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After beginning his career at Digital Film and MPC, Paul Franklin helps to the creation of the studio Double Negative in 1998. Since then he has supervised projects such as THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN and HARRY POTTER AND THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIX and has supervised all the movies of Christopher Nolan since BATMAN BEGINS. In the following interview, he talks to us about his work on INCEPTION.

AVATAR: Interview Neil Huxley – Art Director – Prime Focus

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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.

HARRY POTTER AND THE HALF-BLOOD PRINCE: Nicolas « Casquette » Aithadi – VFX...

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Little back of few months with this interview of Nicolas Aithadi which talks about his work on HARRY POTTER AND THE HALF BLOOD PRINCE. After a few years in the videogame (FINAL FANTASY X, TOMB RAIDER 5) and french movies (Vidocq, Asterix Mission Cleopatra) Nicolas Aithadi took on the Londonian Adventure and joined The Moving Picture Company and worked on such projects as TROY, ALEXANDER, CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY. He is now working on the next installment of the HARRY POTTER franchise.

NINJA ASSASSIN: Alessandro Cioffi – VFX Supervisor – Trixter

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Alessandro Cioffi has built his knowledge of visual effects by working in various studios in Italy, London or Germany. He participated to the compositing of such movies as 300, KINGDOM OF HEAVEAN or SWEENEY TODD. He joined the Trixter in 2007 and NINJA ASSASSIN mark its first movie as visual effects supervisor. He talks about his work on NINJA ASSASSIN and how Trixter has managed this ambitious project.