Professional Spotlight: Henrik Fett Playlist

Interviews from FMX 2012 and 2011 plus VIEW Conference 2012 and 2011 with Henrik Fett, Co-Founder and VFX Supervisor at LOOK Effects.

Henrik, Co-Founder of Look Effects, talks about competition within the visual effects industry and how it affects his business and plans for expansion. Part 1 of 2.

Henrik, Co-Founder of Look Effects, talks about differentiating his studio's capabilities as well as the move by visual effects companies to take a financial stake in productions. Part 2 of 2.

Professional Spotlight: Henrik Fett and Mark Driscoll at FMX 2012 Part 1

Henrik and Mark talk about the challenges and synergies of working both on feature film and TV visual effects. Part 1.

Professional Spotlight: Henrik Fett and Mark Driscoll at FMX 2012 Part 2

Henrik and Mark talk about the work they did on "Moonrise Kingdom" and "Underworld: Awakening." Part 2 of 2.

Professional Spotlight: Henrik Fett at VIEW Conference 2011 Part 1

Henrik, Co-founder and VFX Supervisor at LOOK VFX, talks about challenges faced working on Black Swan and Limitless and how he balances creative and budget pressures. Part 1 of 3.

Professional Spotlight: Henrik Fett at VIEW Conference 2011 Part 2

Henrik, Co-founder and VFX Supervisor at LOOK VFX, discusses recent technical advances and what separates his company from other vfx houses. Part 2 of 3.

Professional Spotlight: Henrik Fett at VIEW Conference 2011 Part 3

Henrik, Co-founder and VFX Supervisor at LOOK VFX, discusses the ever-changing dynamic of providing a director with artistic and creative feedback. Part 3 of 3.

Professional Spotlight: Henrik Fett at FMX 2011 Part 1

Henrik talks about his experiences as a visual effects supervisor on Darren Aronofsky's The Black Swan and the challenges faced working on such an ambitious project without a huge budget.

Professional Spotlight: Henrik Fett at FMX 2011 Part 2

Henrik describes the experience working with Darren Aronofsky on The Black Swan, what he learned on the film that he will use on future projects, and how much he enjoys creating invisible visual effects.