Meet Craig Hunter Parker a South African filmmaker & director.

 

Craig comes from an art and design background where he majored in illustration, design and photography. After spending 4 years in advertising, he went into multimedia and web-design where he eventually discovered the world of 3d. He has moved through nearly every aspect of filming when it comes to putting an image up onto a screen:

He has directed commercials, music videos as well as 4 short films which have performed both locally and internationally on the festival circuit.

He is hired on many occasions as a VFX Supervisor television and feature films and is employed to direct commercial work that requires the focus and knowledge of a vfx artist. This way he shoots for for performance and post-production in mind.

He is CEO of Cape Town-based visual effects & animation studio

Motif Studios.

His credits include visual effects work for HBO, BBC, Starz, SyFy Channel, 20th Century Fox, Universal Studios, Sony and Warner Bros. His recent work includes Mad Max Fury Road, Homeland, Eye in the Sky, Grimsby, Five Fingers for Marseilles and the proof of concept Apocalypse Now Now.

 

http://www.imdb.me/craighunterparker

Meet Jacques Bock a South African producer.

 

Having spent 7 years abroad working in the banking and law industry, Jacques returned to South Africa and helped start Motif Studios in Cape Town. Over the years he has acquired extensive production knowledge and experience in live-action commercials, animation and visual-effects-based productions. He also produced and co-ordinated over 16 feature films. Jacques also manages the vfx production aspect of international and local feature projects and longform series.

His credits of vfx producer and production co-ordinating range from features like: The Girl and Mary & Martha for HBO, Dominion series for SyFy channel, Seal Team 8: Behind Enemy Lines, Heatstroke, Blooddrive, Homeland, Grimsby and Mad Max Fury Road.

 

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm7588627/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1

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