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Tim Ollive

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Digital Artist

Youth  (2015)

| Italy, France, UK, Switzerland
Directed by: Paolo Sorrentino
Cinematography by: Luca Bigazzi

Cg Artist: Peerless Camera Company

The Devil's Double  (2011)

| Belgium, Netherlands
Directed by: Lee Tamahori
Cinematography by: Sam McCurdy
Edited by: Luis Carballar

Computer Graphics Artist: Peerless Camera Company

Edge of Darkness  (2010)

| UK, USA
Directed by: Martin Campbell
Cinematography by: Phil Meheux
Edited by: Stuart Baird

Digital Artist: Peerless

Casino Royale  (2006)

| UK, Czech Republic, USA, Germany, Bahamas
Directed by: Martin Campbell
Cinematography by: Phil Meheux
Edited by: Stuart Baird

Animator: Peerless Computer Company

The Brothers Grimm  (2005)

| USA, Czech Republic, UK
Directed by: Terry Gilliam
Cinematography by: Newton Thomas Sigel
Edited by: Lesley Walker

Digital Animator: Peerless Camera Company

Tideland  (2005)

| UK, Canada
Directed by: Terry Gilliam
Cinematography by: Nicola Pecorini
Edited by: Lesley Walker

Animator: Peerless Camera Company

Les rivières pourpres 2 - Les anges de l'apocalypse  (2004)

| France, Italy, UK
Directed by: Olivier Dahan
Cinematography by: Alex Lamarque
Edited by: Richard Marizy

Digital Artist

Beyond Borders  (2003)

| Germany, USA
Directed by: Martin Campbell
Cinematography by: Phil Meheux
Edited by: Nicholas Beauman

CG Animator: Peerless

Vertical Limit  (2000)

| USA, Germany
Directed by: Martin Campbell
Cinematography by: David Tattersall
Edited by: Thom Noble

Computer Animator: Peerless Camera

The House of Mirth  (2000)

| UK, USA, France, Germany
Directed by: Terence Davies
Cinematography by: Remi Adefarasin
Edited by: Michael Parker

CG Animator

Titus  (1999)

| UK, Italy, USA
Directed by: Julie Taymor
Cinematography by: Luciano Tovoli

Digital Compositor

Ravenous  (1999)

| Czech Republic, UK, USA, Mexico
Directed by: Antonia Bird
Cinematography by: Anthony B. Richmond
Edited by: Neil Farrell

Digital Artist

Fallen  (1998)

| USA
Directed by: Gregory Hoblit
Cinematography by: Newton Thomas Sigel
Edited by: Lawrence Jordan

Computer Graphics: Peerless Camera Co. Ltd., Digital Artist

The Edge  (1997)

| USA
Directed by: Lee Tamahori
Cinematography by: Donald McAlpine
Edited by: Neil Travis

Digital Artist

Surviving Picasso  (1996)

| USA
Directed by: James Ivory
Cinematography by: Tony Pierce-Roberts
Edited by: Andrew Marcus

Digital Effects: Peerless Camera Co.

The Portrait of a Lady  (1996)

| UK, USA
Directed by: Jane Campion
Cinematography by: Stuart Dryburgh
Edited by: Veronika Jenet

Digital Artist

Mary Reilly  (1996)

| USA, UK
Directed by: Stephen Frears
Cinematography by: Philippe Rousselot
Edited by: Lesley Walker

Computer Graphics Animator: Peerless Camera

Twelve Monkeys  (1995)

| USA
Directed by: Terry Gilliam
Cinematography by: Roger Pratt
Edited by: Mick Audsley
Lenses:

Rostrum Cameraman

Arizona Dream  (1993)

| USA, France
Directed by: Emir Kusturica
Cinematography by: Vilko Filac

Optical Effects

The Fisher King  (1991)

| USA
Directed by: Terry Gilliam
Cinematography by: Roger Pratt
Edited by: Lesley Walker

Opticals Effects

Memphis Belle  (1990)

| UK, Japan, USA
Directed by: Michael Caton-Jones
Cinematography by: David Watkin
Edited by: Jim Clark

Optical Cameraman: Peerless Camera Co. Ltd.

The Adventures of Baron Munchausen  (1988)

| UK, West Germany
Directed by: Terry Gilliam
Cinematography by: Giuseppe Rotunno
Edited by: Peter Hollywood

Optical Camera Effects

The Jewel of the Nile  (1985)

| USA
Directed by: Lewis Teague
Cinematography by: Jan de Bont

Opticals Effects, Titles

Brazil  (1985)

| UK, USA
Directed by: Terry Gilliam
Cinematography by: Roger Pratt
Edited by: Julian Doyle
Cameras:

Rostrum Cameraman

Pink Floyd: The Wall  (1982)

| UK
Directed by: Alan Parker
Cinematography by: Peter Biziou
Edited by: Gerry Hambling

Animation And Model Department

Monty Python's Life of Brian  (1979)

| UK
Directed by: Terry Jones
Cinematography by: Peter Biziou
Edited by: Julian Doyle

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