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Catch Me If You Can: David Freid

Last year, millions of viewers switched their televisions to MTV to tune into the weekly docudrama Catfish. The show, which is currently in its second season, follows the online relationships of an unsuspecting victim who has fallen in love with a “catfish,” a person who creates a false identity online and pretends to be someone they are not.

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.

Imaginary Forces

Imaginary Forces is a creative studio and production company founded by Chip Houghton, Peter Frankfurt, and Kyle Cooper (Prologue Films). Moviegoing audiences will surely recognize one of the company’s most iconic contributions, the flipbook-style title card that precedes all Marvel Entertainment films.

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.

Zoic Studios

The Emmy Award-winning Zoic Studios was founded by Christopher Jones, Tim McBride, Andrew Orloff, Loni Peristere, and Steve Schofield. The visual effects company is based in Culver City, Calif., with a shooting stage in North Hollywood and additional offices in Vancouver, British Columbia.