Carlos Saldanha is an animated motion picture director from Brazil. Ice Age Click to look into! >> Read More... Ice Age is one of the most famous movies that he has directed. He has a job with the popular Blue Sky Studios. He was born on the 24th of January 1965. Rio de Janeiro of Brazil is his birthplace. He studied computer animation at the Manhattan School of Visual Arts. It was at the School of Visual Arts that Carlos Saldanha got acquainted with Chris Wedge Chris Wedge is a producer and director known for h >> Read More... Chris Wedge , who was an MFA instructor himself. He offered Carlos Saldanha a job in his company, Blue Sky Studios.

It was in the year 2002 that Saldanha and Wedge started to direct the animated picture titled Ice Age. It was a great hit among children and adults alike. In 2006, he became the director of the second of the Ice Age movies, Ice Age 2: The Meltdown. Before making this film, he also directed the motion picture Robots in the year 2005. Three years after making the second Ice Age film, he ventured out to create another one in the series. It was named Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs. After all the Ice Age movies with the cold and snowy setting, he felt the need to make a film with a different location. He took on a project named Rio, which showcased the town of Rio de Janeiro. Carlos Saldanha’s birthplace is also the city of Rio.

Thus, he felt a need to popularize his beautiful city to the motion picture audiences. This animated movie was a tremendous success. They made approximately four hundred and eighty-four million globally. Soon, he joined with Twentieth Century Fox for five years. The deal got made in the month of October of the year 2012. After a year, he created Bottlecap Productions for making animated films with Twentieth Century Fox. He engaged with the sequel of Rio, Rio 2, which got released in the year 2014.

The Story of Ferdinand is another one of his movies which are going to be released soon. Carlos Saldanha is married to the mathematician Isabella Scarpa. Initially, both of them lived in a place called Greenwich Village of the area of Manhattan. Later in their lives, they shifted to the American State of New Jersey. They have got four children together, namely, Sofia, Manoela, Rafael, and Julia. Manoela and Julia worked as voice artists for two characters in their father’s movie Ice Age: The Meltdown.

Dan Trachtenberg English Actor

Dan Trachtenberg

Dan Trachtenberg was born on 11th May 1981 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.Dan has been in the working for direction since 1998. His career bloomed after he directed commercials for Coca-Cola, Nike and Lexus. There have been many great directions that Dan has done. In 2003, he directed a short film named ‘kickin’’. He directed a cooking comedy show Ctrl+alt+chicken in 2006, under Revision 3. Then in April, 2008, he joined hands with Matt Walsh for an alternate reality game show for Hell Boy II: the Golden Army. He also hosted podcast named The Totally Rad Show. 2011 has been a great year for Dan. For the Black Box TV, in March 2011, he made a short film titled ‘More than you can chew’ starring Skye Marshal, J. Christopher and Ian Hamrick. Mac D Walker co-wrote the story with Dan. Few weeks later, Dan released a short film, Portal:No Escape, based on the video game Portal; it attracted over seventeen million views. On October 2013, announcement came in that Dan would be directing a science fiction action film for Universal pictures with writer Chris Morgan. ‘Aint it cool news’ announced that Trachtenberg would direct a film for Bad Robot Productions, movie initially was named Valencia and then renamed to 10 Cloverfield lane. The trailer for the movie was released on January 15, 2016. 10 Cloverfield Lane made an overall 800,000 views on its first day of release. In 2011, it featured as the top games of the year 2011 by Venture Beaton. The third level of “Cloverfield” also directed by Dan was released on March, 2016. Dan Trachtenberg definitely has impressed the world with his direction skills!

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Carol Reed

Carol Reed was a motion picture director from the country of Great Britain. He was born on the 30th of December, in the year 1906. Putney, in the south- western part of the city of London was his birthplace. Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree was his father, who was a talented and famous producer as well as an actor. While he was still quite young, he got into the cinema industry by acting. He did this under Edgar Wallace. Later on, he became an assistant to Wallace. After Wallace’s death, Reed worked on the making of a few films under Basil Dean, the man who took over after Wallace. Midshipman Easy was the first ever film that he directed on his own. Reed did not have much experience with making decisions on his own regarding the motion picture, and thus, he says he made lots of mistakes. Graham Greene, the famous British Writer, commented that Sir Carol Reed has lots of potentials. If he received the correct story, he would do wonders with his films. Soon, Reed got the opportunity to make a motion picture based on A. J. Cronin’s novel. It was named The Stars Look Down. Michael Redgrave was the lead male protagonist of the story. The film was loved by the audience and critics alike. Graham Greene again lauded Carol Reed for his work. When the Second World War was going on, he joined the military and was posted in the Royal Army Ordnance Corps under the film unit. He along with two others worked on the script of a movie inspired by the army, which was later released as The Way Ahead. After the war stopped and peace returned, he started work on some pictures which would afterward become some of his best works. These include Odd Man Out of 1947, The Fallen Idol of 1948, and The Third Man of 1949. Trapeze was another of his films which did very well and made lots of money. He worked with Graham Greene on the movie Our Man in Havana, which was an adaptation of Graham Greene’s own novel. Oliver! was yet another one of his most famous works. He received the Academy Award for Best Director for his work on this motion picture. In 1953, he was knighted in honor of his directing talent. He was the second British movie director to be honoured with the title ‘Sir’. He died on the 25th of April, 1976.

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Carol Reed English Actor