Rob May is known for his work on World War Z (2013), Gravity (2013) and Submarine (2010). See full bio »

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World War Z
World War Z Editorial Department
Gravity Editorial Department
Submarine Editorial Department
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 2013 A Vida Invisível (colorist)
 2013 Woodhouse (Short) (colorist)
 2013 Gravity (digital lab technician)
 2013 World War Z (digital lab technician)
 2012 Zero Dark Thirty (digilab technician - as Robert May)
 2012 Gallowwalkers (on-line editor)
 2010 Don't Call Back (colorist)
 2010 Taxi Rider (Short) (colorist)
 2010 Submarine (on-line editor)
 2010 P.O.V. (TV Series documentary) (colorist - 1 episode)
- The Edge of Dreaming (2010) ... (colorist)
 2010 Gold Hill (Short) (colorist)
 2010 Reuniting the Rubins (digital colourist)
 2010 Lovelorn (colorist)
 2010 The Reeds (colorist)
 2009 The Bedfords (Short) (colorist)
 2009 Valhalla Rising (colorist: Dragon DI)
 2009/I Believe (Short) (colorist)
 2009 Awaydays (colorist)
 2008 Abraham's Point (colorist)
 2008 Show of Hands (digital intermediate support - uncredited)
 2008 Second Hand Wedding (on-line editor)
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