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Alain Lachance has over 20 years of experience in visual effects. He began as an artist Flame at Mokko Studio and worked on films like Silent Hill or THE FOUNTAIN. As VFX supervisor, he took care of the visual effects for films such as MR. MAGORIUM'S WONDER EMPORIUM, UNDERWORLD: AWAKENING or MIRROR MIRROR.
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.
Two years ago, Dan Lemmon told us about the work of Weta Digital for RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES. It is now back to explain his work on MAN OF STEEL.
Anton Yri began working in the VFX on BATMAN BEGINS at The Senate VFX in 2005. It has since remained in the studio and has participated in numerous films like THE DA VINCI CODE, HELLBOY II: THE GOLDEN ARMY or KICK ASS and also on TV shows like ROME, FLASH FORWARD or LUTHER.
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.
After working as an Cel animator, Glenn Melenhorst joined the team of Iloura's. He worked on films such as THE BANK JOB or CHARLOTTE'S WEB. Then he supervised the effects of AUSTRALIA, the TV series THE PACIFIC, PRIEST or KILLER ELITE. In the following interview, he talks about his work DO NOT BE AFRAID OF THE DARK.
Miklos Kozary worked for studios like Mr. X or Pixomondo and participated in movies like SHOOT 'EM UP, VALKYRIE or NINJA ASSASSIN. In 2008, he co-founded Elefant Studios and made the effects of films such as CARGO, or HELL. In the following interview, Miklos talks about his work on WE ARE THE NIGHT.
After he had explained the impressive work of Cinesite on THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER, Matt Johnson is back on The Art of VFX. He talks about his work on X-MEN FIRST CLASS.
John Dysktra is a pioneer in visual effects. He is responsible for the creation of Industrial Light & Magic, he has won two Best Visual Effects Academy Awards for STAR WARS and SPIDER-MAN 2. He developed also the first computer-controlled motion control system called the Dykstraflex, which earned him an Scientific and Engineering Award. Her career includes movies such as STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE, FIREFOX, BATMAN FOREVER, SPIDER-MAN 1 & 2 and HANCOCK.