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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.
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.
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.
Daniel Leduc is a true pioneer in the visual effects in Canada, he founded with 3 other partners the company Hybride that has achieved the effects of many films such as the SPY KIDS trilogy, SIN CITY, 300 or JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH. They just completed AVATAR.
James Rogers works in the world of the Australian visual effects for over 15 years. After a journey by Square USA, where he worked on FINAL FANTASY, he then worked as VFX supervisor on ANIMATRIX: THE FINAL FLIGHT OF OSIRIS. He joined Postmodern in 2003 where he supervise the visual effects of many commercials and movies such as DAYBREAKERS, AUSTRALIA and KNOWING. James Rogers talks to us about his work on DAYBREAKERS.
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.
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.
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.