The Secret Science of Movie Stunts and Special Effects

AIChE Webinar
Originally delivered Jul 24, 2012

Steve Wolf, founder of Science in the Movies and President of Special FX International, is a stunt and special effects expert and an experienced teacher. In this special webinar, he presents. The Secret Science of Movie Stunts and Special Effects.

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Steve Wolf

Steve Wolf, founder of Science in the Movies and President of Special FX International, is a stunt and special effects expert and an experienced teacher. He has worked on hundreds of movies and TV shows including: ‘The Firm’, ‘The Client,’ ‘The Jungle Book,’ ‘Americas Most Wanted,’ ‘All My Children,’ ‘Cast Away,’ and ‘Hustle and Flow.’ His entertainment clients include Paramount, Disney, Fox, Warner Bros., ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS, MTV, HBO, and Discovery. Wolf’s mission is to bring the power of Hollywood quality presentations to bear against pressing educational challenges. “When you make...

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