Chris Meledandri

Illumination Entertainment

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Founder and CEO of Illumination Entertainment

Chris Meledandri on KCRW

As founder of Illumination Entertainment, Meledandri is proving that a studio can make a CG animated feature for half the cost of its competitors and not skimp on story.

Chris Meledandri

As founder of Illumination Entertainment, Meledandri is proving that a studio can make a CG animated feature for half the cost of its competitors and not skimp on story.

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