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Hugo Arcier

Trained in 3D graphic arts at the Supinfocom school (Valenciennes) - in both technical and artistic aspects - in 2001 he passed his digital filmmaking diploma. Dedicating himself to feature film special effects, he had the opportunity to work on many projects, for prestigious directors such as Roman Polanski, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, François Ozon or ... See full bio »
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 2012 You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet (digital artist)
 2011 Carnage (3d digital artist: def2shoot)
 2010 The Ghost (digital artist)
 2008 Asterix at the Olympic Games (digital effects artist)
 2007 L'auberge rouge (visual effects)
 2007 The Last Legion (digital artist)
 2007 Angel (visual effects)
 2007 Taxi 4 (lighting artist)
 2007 Hannibal Rising (visual effects)
 2006 The Fall (3D artist)
 2006 Jean-Philippe (digital effects artist)
 2006 Renaissance (digital artist)
 2005 L'avion (3D digital artist)
 2005 Live and Become (digital artist)
 2005 Grand Odyssey (Short) (digital artist)
 2004 Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas (Video) (digital artist)
 2004 A Very Long Engagement (3D digital artist)
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