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Patrice Dinhut

A graduate of the Schools of Architecture of Berkeley and Bordeaux, Patrice Dinhut has had a varied career in the visual arts. When working in San Francisco for the architectural firm of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, he discovered the field of computer graphics and moved to Los Angeles to work as a Visual Effects Supervisor at Digital Productions,... See full bio »

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Eraser
Eraser Visual Effects
(1996)
Dead & Deader
Dead & Deader Director
(2006)
How to Make an American Quilt
(1995)
At First Sight
At First Sight Visual Effects
(1999)

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 1999 At First Sight (visual effects supervisor)
 1996 Eraser (visual effects supervisor: Warner Digital Studios)
 1995 How to Make an American Quilt (visual effects supervisor)
 1992-1993 Shelley Duvall's Bedtime Stories (TV Series) (supervisor - 5 episodes)
- Bootsie Barker Bites/Ruby the Copycat (1993) ... (supervisor: Metrolight Studios)
- Blumpoe the Grumpoe Meets Arnold the Cat/Millions of Cats (1992) ... (supervisor: Metrolight Studios)
- Patrick's Dinosaurs/What Happened to Patrick's Dinosaurs? (1992) ... (supervisor: Metrolight Studios)
- Elbert's Bad Word/Weird Parents (1992) ... (supervisor: Metrolight Studios)
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 2012 Black Forest (TV Movie) (as Patrick Dinhut)
 2008 Puppy Love (TV Series) (as Patrick Dinhut)
 2006 Dead & Deader (TV Movie) (as Patrick Dinhut)
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