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Sam Yano


A graduate of the California State University of Long Beach Film Production Bachelor of Arts, Sam K. Yano started in publishing as a freelance graphic novel artist. He moved in post production as an assistant editor, then headed the 3D CGI department working on commercial projects for Hyundai, PacifiCare Health, and Johnson & Johnson. He led the ... See full bio »

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Known For

Stolen
Stolen Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
(2009)
Gun Woman
Gun Woman Visual Effects
(2014)
Ink & Rain
Ink & Rain Visual Effects
(2018)
Bond of Justice: Kizuna
Bond of Justice: Kizuna Visual Effects
(2018)

Filmography

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 2018 Bond of Justice: Kizuna (visual effects supervisor) (filming)
 2018 Ink & Rain (visual effects supervisor) (post-production)
 2016 No Fancy Ride (Short) (visual effects)
 2016 Karate Kill (digital effects) / (visual effects)
 2014 Gun Woman (visual effects - as Sam K. Yano)
 2013 Sake-Bomb (visual effects)
 2011 Saki the Killer (Video) (visual effects)
 2011 Takamine (visual effects)
 2009 A Girl in Her Imagination (Short) (visual effects artist)
Show Show Cinematographer (7 credits)
Show Show Camera and Electrical Department (6 credits)
Show Show Editor (4 credits)
Show Show Writer (1 credit)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Sam K. Yano
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Trivia:

For the feature film Sake-Bomb, director Junya Sakino wrote the original draft of the film and then writer Jeff Mizushima and co-producer Hiram Chan rewrote two different versions of the script. Sam Yano took Jeff's original rewrite and wrote yet another version of Sake-Bomb. But in the end Jeff's script went into production with Sam later signing on as the cinematographer. See more »

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