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Andrew R. Jones


Andrew R. Jones is known for his work on Avatar (2009), The Jungle Book (2016) and World War Z (2013). See full bio »

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Won 2 Oscars. Another 15 wins & 9 nominations. See more awards »

Known For

Avatar Visual Effects
(2009)
The Jungle Book Visual Effects
(2016)
World War Z Visual Effects
(2013)
I, Robot Visual Effects
(2004)

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 2019 The Lion King (animation supervisor) (post-production)
 2016 The Jungle Book (animation supervisor)
 2013 World War Z (animation consultant - as Andy Jones)
 2011/I Parallel (Short) (digital effects)
 2009 Avatar (animation supervisor)
 2009 The Lovely Bones (animation consultant: Weta Digital)
 2006 Superman Returns (animation supervisor: SPI)
 2004 I, Robot (animation supervisor: Digital Domain)
 1998/I Godzilla (animation supervisor)
 1997 Titanic (digital stunt sequence supervisor: Digital Domain)
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Alternate Names:

Andrew Jones | Andy Jones
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As an VFX animator on his first feature film, "Titanic", Andy was asked to animation supervise 30 shots of the sinking sequence. See more »

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