Martin R. Davison

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Stereoscopic Supervisor: Lola

Exodus: Gods and Kings  (2014)

| UK, USA, Spain
Directed by: Ridley Scott
Cinematography by: Dariusz Wolski
Edited by: Billy Rich
Editing System:

Digital Compositor

Dredd  (2012)

| UK, USA, India, South Africa
Directed by: Pete Travis
Cinematography by: Anthony Dod Mantle
Edited by: Mark Eckersley

Digital Compositor: Baseblack

Hot Fuzz  (2007)

| UK, France, USA
Directed by: Edgar Wright
Cinematography by: Jess Hall
Edited by: Chris Dickens

Digital Compositor: Baseblack Visual Effects (as Martin Davison)

Stardust  (2007)

| UK, USA, Iceland
Directed by: Matthew Vaughn
Cinematography by: Ben Davis
Edited by: Jon Harris

Digital Compositor: Peerless (as Martin Davison)

Casino Royale  (2006)

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

Digital Artist: The Senate VFX (as Martin Davison)

The Da Vinci Code  (2006)

| USA, Malta, France, UK
Directed by: Ron Howard
Cinematography by: Salvatore Totino

Digital Compositor

Firewall  (2006)

| USA
Directed by: Richard Loncraine
Cinematography by: Marco Pontecorvo
Edited by: Jim Page

2D Compositor: Cinesite (as Martin Davidson)

Sahara  (2005)

| UK, Spain, Germany, USA
Directed by: Breck Eisner
Cinematography by: Seamus McGarvey

Digital Compositor: Cinesite (as Martin Davison)

Troy  (2004)

| USA, Malta, UK
Directed by: Wolfgang Petersen
Cinematography by: Roger Pratt
Edited by: Peter Honess

Digital I/O: Cinesite

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen  (2003)

| USA, Germany, Czech Republic, UK
Directed by: Stephen Norrington
Cinematography by: Dan Laustsen
Edited by: Paul Rubell

Digital I/O (uncredited)

Shanghai Knights  (2003)

| USA, Hong Kong
Directed by: David Dobkin
Cinematography by: Adrian Biddle
Edited by: Malcolm Campbell

Data Operator: Cinesite Europe (uncredited)

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets  (2002)

| UK, USA, Germany
Directed by: Chris Columbus
Cinematography by: Roger Pratt
Edited by: Peter Honess

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