Colin Strause

filmmaker, 'Skyline'

Guest

(with his brother Greg, aka the Brothers Strause), filmmaker behind the new indie sci-fi movie Skyline, and founders of the visual effects house Hydraulx, the company responsible for many of the effects in major studio blockbusters

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