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Florian Kainz

Florian Kainz is known for his work on Deep Impact (1998), Twister (1996) and Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980). See full bio »

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Known For

Deep Impact
Deep Impact Visual Effects
(1998)
Twister
Twister Visual Effects
(1996)

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 2012 Battleship (research and development: Industrial Light & Magic - uncredited)
 2011 Cowboys & Aliens (research & development: ILM - uncredited)
 2011 Super 8 (research and development: ILM)
 2004 A Series of Unfortunate Events (research & development: ILM)
 2003 Timeline (software research and development: ILM)
 1999 Magnolia (software research & development: ILM)
 1999 Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (software development: ILM)
 1998 Deep Impact (software development: ILM)
 1996 Twister (software engineer: tornado)
 1995 Jumanji (software engineer: ILM)
 1983 Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (software research and development: ILM - special version)
 1980 Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (software research and development: ILM - 1997 special version)
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 2011 The 83rd Annual Academy Awards (TV Special)
Himself - Technical Achievement Award Winner (uncredited)

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