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Matt Forrest was born in Glasgow, Scotland as Matthew J Forrest. He is known for his work on Highlander (1986), The Roxy (1987) and Network 7 (1987). See full bio »

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8 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards »

Known For

Highlander Visual Effects
The Roxy
The Roxy Visual Effects
Network 7
Network 7 Visual Effects
Concrete and Steel
Concrete and Steel Visual Effects


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 1988 Def II (TV Series) (main titles designer - 1988)
 1988 Wired (TV Series) (main titles designer - 1988, uncredited)
 1987-1988 The Roxy (TV Series) (main titles designer - 43 episodes)
- Episode #1.43 (1988) ... (main titles designer)
- Episode #1.42 (1988) ... (main titles designer)
- Episode #1.41 (1988) ... (main titles designer)
- Episode #1.40 (1988) ... (main titles designer)
- Episode #1.39 (1988) ... (main titles designer)
 1987 Network 7 (TV Series) (main titles designer - 1987-1988)
 1986 Highlander (animator)
 1982 Concrete and Steel (Documentary) (graphics)
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Other Works:

Music video: Directed Paul Hardcastle video "Just for Money" (live action) Featuring Sir Laurence Olivier and Bob Hoskins See more »

Publicity Listings:

8 Interviews | 49 Articles | 5 Pictorials | 6 Magazine Cover Photos | See more »

Alternate Names:

Matt Forest

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He has had his work exhibited under the name of "Snapper Films". The ICA in London held a week long exhibition of Snapper's work, before the exhibition moved to the Pompidou Centre in Paris and then on to Tokyo. See more »

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