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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.
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.
Ara Khanikian evolves in the midst of visual effects of Montreal since nearly 10 years, he has gone through many studios like Buzz Image, Hybride or Rodeo FX. He has worked on projects such as THE FOUNTAIN, 300, THE X-FILES, TERMINATOR SALVATION or TWILIGHT: ECLIPSE. In the following interview, he talks to us about his work on JONAH HEX.
After working several years at Mill Film on films such as BABE 2, GLADIATOR or LARA CROFT, Ben Morris joined Framestore in 2000 and participate on projects such as TROY, CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY and as visual effects supervisor on THE GOLDEN COMPASS and PRINCE OF PERSIA.
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.
Founded in 2006 by Josh Comen, Comen VFX has participated in many projects including TV series like THE SOPRANOS or WEEDS and on movies such as A PERFECT GETAWAY, NEXT, RISE or THE SPY NEXT DOOR. In the following interview, they talk about their work on THE CRAZIES.
Charlie Noble works in visual effects for over 15 years. He joined Double Negative at its beginnings in working on PITCH BLACK. He will participate by result in numerous projects from studios like ENEMY AT THE GATES, FLYBOYS or THE DARK KNIGHT. He has also supervised THE BOURNE ULTIMATUM directed by Paul Greengrass, that he meet again on GREEN ZONE.
Jeff Campbell has evolved in visual effects for 17 years as an animator, compositor, and VFX Supervisor. He has added his unique artistic vision to the benefit of numerous feature film projects such as FIGHT CLUB, X-MEN and THE CELL. He join Spin in 2003. His most recent VFX Supervisor credits include, 20th Century Fox’s “MAX PAYNE” and now Sony Screen Gems “LEGION”. He talks about his work on LEGION and the challenge that were the wings of the Angels.
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.
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.