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Eve Ramboz

Eve Ramboz

Visual Effects

For over thirty years, Eve Ramboz has created visual effects for film, television, concerts, music videos and art installations, collecting numerous awards along the way.

She has worked on dozens of international films that include PERSONAL SHOPPER (Olivier Assayas, 2016), MISSION IMPOSSIBLE (Brian De Palma, 1992), THE TIME THAT REMAINS (Elia Suleiman, 2009), VATEL (Roland Joffé, 2000), BEHIND THE SUN (Walter Salles, 2001) and the acclaimed 3D dance documentary CUNNIGHAM (Alla Kovgan, 2019). 

In 2019, the Paris Image Digital Summit presented Eve Ramboz with a Génie d’honneur for her contribution to the film and animated image industry through creativity, innovation and vision. Early in her career, she was a BAFTA nominee for Best Special Visual Effects for PROSPERO’S BOOKS (1992), her third feature with Peter Greenaway, entirely crafting the effects at the then state-of-the-art facilities of NHK in Japan. For her work on the miniseries DREAMKEEPER (Steve Baron), she won the 2004 Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special.

She is currently at work once more with Peter Greenaway on his latest project, LUCCA MORTIS, starring Dustin Hoffman.

Eve Ramboz is also an award-winning director. Notably, she has directed and co-directed seven short films on artists ranging from Hieronymus Bosch to Mark Rothko.

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