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Evangeline Teves Torres

Evangeline Teves Torres is known for her work on Allied (2016), Fruitvale Station (2013) and Rings (2017). She has been married to Daniel Torres since July 25, 2015. See full bio »

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Allied Visual Effects
Fruitvale Station
Fruitvale Station Visual Effects
Rings Visual Effects
Office Christmas Party
Office Christmas Party Visual Effects


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 2017 Rings (compositor: Atomic Fiction)
 2016 Office Christmas Party (compositor: Atomic Fiction)
 2016 Allied (compositor: Atomic Fiction)
 2016 The Otherworld (compositor - as Evangeline Teves)
 2016 Star Trek: Beyond (compositor: Atomic Fiction - uncredited)
 2015 Advantageous (compositor - as Evangeline Teves)
 2014/IV The Last Man (Short) (rotoscope artist - as Evangeline Teves)
 2014 Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage (compositor - as Evangeline Teves)
 2013 Saving Lincoln (compositor: AAU - as Evangeline Teves)
 2013 Fruitvale Station (compositor: AAU - as Evangeline Teves)
 2012 Skyhook (compositor - as Evangeline Teves)
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 2007 Remember the Days (Short)
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