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French director Jean-Pierre Jeunet and his longtime visual effects expert Alain Carsoux will be among the top speakers at the Ile De France Film Commission’s annual ParisFX conference running Dec 4-5.
Carsoux, whose career kicked off as a digital compositor on Jeunet’s The City of Lost Children, now has more than 100 films credits to his name, including most recently Grace of Monaco and Turning Tide.
He will discuss his recent work on Jeunet’s The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet, which hit screens in France in October, and will also participate in a conversation with the director on their 20-year collaboration, which also included working together on the worldwide hit Amélie.
Other key speakers in the two-day conference devoted to the special effects industry, the programme of which was unveiled by the Ile de France »
Professional dancer Adrianne lost her leg from below the ankle during the Boston Marathon bombing, and in a new interview she reveals she didn’t know she was hurt until her husband showed her the horror of her injury.
Adrianne Haslet is truly inspiring. The 32-year-old professional dancer and her Afghanistan war veteran husband Adam Davis were watching the Boston Marathon on April 15, when they were both blown off their feet by the second bomb. Adrienne said it was “so scary,” but thankfully she and her husband landed together, when she made a terrifying realization.
Adrianne Haslet Loses Part Of Leg During Boston Marathon Bombings
Adrianne said she and her husband — who just returned from duty — were having a “lazy Monday” and watching the marathon went the first bomb went off. »
- Eleanore Hutch
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