Jason Galeon

WETA Digital

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Visual FX Lighting Director with WETA Digital, a New Zealand-based digital visual effects company

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Mayor Garcetti's newly appointed film czar, Ken Ziffren, told reporters today that LA's in a " bad spiral " when it comes to the loss of film and TV production and the jobs that go…

The Oscars May Be in Hollywood, but the Business is Leaving

Mayor Garcetti's newly appointed film czar, Ken Ziffren, told reporters today that LA's in a " bad spiral " when it comes to the loss of film and TV production and the jobs that go…

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