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Look Effects Relocates to El Capitan Theatre

Look Effects, the Hollywood-based visual effects company whose credits include THE LIFE AQUATIC, THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST, INTO THE BLUE, MALCOLM IN THE MIDDLE and CSI: NY, is expanding and relocating to state-of-the-art facilities inside Hollywoods historic El Capitan Theatre: 6834 Hollywood Blvd., Suite 300 Hollywood, California, 90028.

Look Effects will provide greatly expanded workstations, larger edit bays, a client review/preview room, roomy conference and dining rooms and the availability of a host of other client offerings and amenities absent at its prior headquarters.

The tremendous growth of our company coupled with the need to provide our clients with only the finest services and cutting edge technology, necessitated this move to the newly renovated El Capitan, said Look Effects founder and president Mark Driscoll. We are extremely proud of our companys continued expansion and delighted to be in the heart of Hollywood and continuing to make an impact in the industry and the future success of our clients projects.

The El Capitan will provide our clients and employees with a higher-end, technically superior infrastructure with a number of substantial benefits, added Henrik Fett, vfx supervisor/producer, Look Effects. The enormity and importance of our current and potential projects compelled us to relocate to a facility that could accommodate our increasingly scalable demands for the finest equipment and services available to the industry. Look Effects has earned the reputation of working collaboratively with filmmakers to help them achieve their vision and it was imperative that we chose a location that mirrored our philosophy of providing artists with all of the resources necessary to supersede their expectations.

Look Effects ( is a leading provider of digital effects solutions for feature film, entertainment television and commercial projects with its services, including digital effects design, supervision and production, 3D animation, including full 3D character animation and compositing services.

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