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Disney/ABC Television Group

Disney/ABC Television Group is a division of The Walt Disney Group and manages all entertainment and news television properties within the company, as well as the Radio Disney Network and Hyperion Publishing.

Sequence Supervisor

A single visual effects sequence is often the work of dozens of artists, all contributing assets through processes of motion tracking, match moving, compositing, lighting, and animation. It is the role of the sequence supervisor to ensure that the work of each artist comes together seamlessly, producing a polished, finished product.

Trailer Park

Trailer Park is a creative marketing and content agency that caters to all areas of the entertainment industry, providing design and production services for film, television, music, game, and live entertainment companies.

Marvel

The Marvel universe is comprised of more than 8,000 comic book characters, including some of the most iconic figures in popular culture. In 2009, The Walt Disney Company acquired the house that Stan Lee built.

Method Studios

Method Studios is an award-winning visual effects group based in Los Angeles, Calif., which serves clients in feature film, television commercials, and game publishing.

Animation Layout Artist

In computer-aided animation, a layout artist serves a similar function to a cinematographer; this person is responsible for determining the shot’s frame, camera angle, camera path, and lighting of each key animation scene. While the camera is virtual, and an artist, instead of a gaffer, fills in the lighting, the principle is essentially the same.

Associate Animation Director

Similar to how a film or theatrical director coaches the performance of actors and blocks the movement of the scene, an animation director working in video game development is responsible for guiding animators to create lively, expressive characters that evoke real emotion and provide the player with a heightened game experience.

Prologue Films

Kyle Cooper is recognized as the foremost talent in the field of title design for feature films and television. He established himself as a leader of the next generation of creative innovators in 1995 by designing the groundbreaking title sequence for David Fincher’s Se7en (Seven). In 2003, Cooper founded Prologue Films to continue to pave new paths for the future of filmmaking, television, and motion graphics.

Walt Disney Animation Studios

Walt and Roy Disney founded the Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio in 1923. Known today as Walt Disney Animation Studios, it is the oldest subsidiary of the Walt Disney Company. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was released in 1937 as the first full-length animated feature film in English and Technicolor.