Mark A.Z. Dippé

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Visual Effects Supervisor

Tooth Fairy 2  (2012)

| USA
Directed by: Alex Zamm
Cinematography by: Levie Isaacks
Edited by: Heath Ryan

Executive Visual Effects Producer

Witchville  (2010)

| USA
Directed by: Pearry Reginald Teo
Cinematography by: Ginnin Cheung
Edited by: Jayme Wing

Visual Effects Supervisor: The Animation Picture Company (as Mark Dippe)

Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins  (2009)

| USA, Canada
Directed by: Brian Levant
Cinematography by: Jan Kiesser
Edited by: Eric Osmond

Visual Effects Producer

S. Darko  (2009)

| USA
Directed by: Chris Fisher
Cinematography by: Marvin V. Rush
Edited by: Kent Beyda

Visual Effects Executive Producer (as Mark Dippe)

Dr. Dolittle: Million Dollar Mutts  (2009)

| Canada, USA
Directed by: Alex Zamm
Cinematography by: Albert J. Dunk
Edited by: Marshall Harvey

Producer

Big Stan  (2007)

| USA
Directed by: Rob Schneider
Cinematography by: Victor Hammer

Director

Halloweentown High  (2004)

| USA
Directed by: Mark A.Z. Dippé
Cinematography by: Robert Seaman
Edited by: Terry Blythe

Director, Screen Story

Spawn  (1997)

| USA
Directed by: Mark A.Z. Dippé
Cinematography by: Guillermo Navarro

Visual Effects Supervisor (as Mark Dippé)

The Flintstones  (1994)

| USA
Directed by: Brian Levant
Cinematography by: Dean Cundey
Edited by: Kent Beyda

Visual Effects Supervisor

Rising Sun  (1993)

| USA
Directed by: Philip Kaufman
Cinematography by: Michael Chapman

Assistant Visual Effects Supervisor: ILM

Terminator 2: Judgment Day  (1991)

| USA, France
Directed by: James Cameron
Cinematography by: Adam Greenberg
Lenses:

Computer Graphics: ILM (as Mark E.R. Dippé)

Ghost  (1990)

| USA
Directed by: Jerry Zucker
Cinematography by: Adam Greenberg
Edited by: Walter Murch

Computer Graphics Animator: ILM

The Abyss  (1989)

| USA
Directed by: James Cameron
Cinematography by: Mikael Salomon

Computer Graphics: ILM (as Mark Dippee)

Back to the Future Part II  (1989)

| USA
Directed by: Robert Zemeckis
Cinematography by: Dean Cundey

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