Øystein Larsen

Øystein Larsen

Vice President of Virtual, The Future Group
øystein is an award-winning visual effects executive with over 15 years of experience. He was a lead technical director at Warner Bros for projects such as the “Matrix" sequels, "Constantine" and “Catwoman". While at Warner, øystein was also heavily involved in research and development on new digital technology, which was later awarded a Sci-Tech award by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Supervising many large scale productions such as "Max Manus" and "The Troll Hunter" has earned him several more awards including a Norwegian Amanda. øystein´s extensive visual effects expertise has been instrumental in elevating the workflow of vfx production in the Norwegian film industry. Serving as studio supervisor for several of the largest studios in Norway, including Toxic, Storm Studios and Storyline Studios, he has lead a multitude of feature, commercial and broadcast projects to success throughout Europe.
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