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After several years at London Computer Film Company, Adrian de Wet goes to California at ESC Entertainment to work on THE MATRIX RELOADED. Back in London, he worked for many studios such as Framestore, MPC and Double Negative, that he joined in 2007.
Michael Bruce Ellis worked for over 10 years at Double Negative, he begins at the roto department of the studio and then quickly rise and is visual effects supervisor on movies such as WORLD TRADE CENTER or CLOVERFIELD. He recently completed the visual effects of PRINCE OF PERSIA.
Coming from Sweden, Mattias Lindahl began his career at Lego, then he left for London where he worked at Jim Henson's Creature Shop and at Double Negative in 2001. After nearly 10 years at Double Negative, he returned to Sweden this year and works at Fido. In the following interview, he talks about his work on KICK ASS.
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.
Arno Fouquet and Christian Guillon from L'E.S.T. were responsible for general visual effects supervision on OCEANS, the new documentary feature by Jacques Perrin. The visual effects were dispatched between BUF, Mikros Image and Def2Shoot. In the following interview, Arno Fouquet talks about L'E.S.T. and his work on OCEANS.
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.
Having worked as digital compositor at Mikros Image on films such as THE DALTONS, LOCKED OUT or TELL NO ONE, Cédric Fayolle becomes visual effects supervisor on PRICELESS. It since supervised several films like THE FOX AND THE CHILD, TOKYO!, THE VILLAIN. In the interview which follows, he speaks to us in particular about his collaboration with the director.