Visual effects supervisor, Chris Godfrey, describes “The Great Gatsby” (2013) as “by far the biggest and most complex” film he’s worked on. And he’s worked on many. From winning an AFI award for Best Visual Effects for “Australia” (2008) and a BAFTA nomination for Best Achievement in Special Visual Effects for “Moulin Rouge” (2001), to co-founding Animal Logic in 1991, Chris has been a passionate force in visual effects, working as an editor, compositor, designer and director. A film and commercial director as well, Chris directed the award winning “Lest We Forget,” (2010) and the Anchor Beer Campaign, shot in Korea, starring Rain (2013).
As visual effects supervisor for Animal Logic, Chris supervised more than 1400 shots, on-set and in-studio for “The Great Gatsby.”