Psyop Film and Television Division Welcomes Director Ben Hibon to Vancouver Team
From the release:
VANCOUVER — Award-winning director Ben Hibon has signed on with Psyop Film and Television and will be joining their Vancouver office as the company continues to expand its efforts in the world of feature film and television visual effects, visual development, and creative direction.
Hibon is a celebrated artist and animation director, having designed and directed the widely praised, Academy Award-nominated The Tale of Three Brothers animated sequence from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1. Throughout his career, Hibon has worked as a creative collaborator with a number of notable Hollywood directors, including the dynamic visual storytellers Zack Snyder and Tarsem Singh.
Hibon has also recently contributed his skills as a designer to both Rupert Sanders’ Snow White and the Huntsman and Breck Eisner’s The Last Witch Hunter, further establishing his place in the Hollywood filmmaking landscape.
In addition to directing renowned short films, Hibon has lent his talents to TV commercials, branded content, and video game projects for clients including Disney, Warner Bros, Universal Pictures, Microsoft, Sony, Activision, Riot Games, and Electronic Arts.
“After spending years competing with him for jobs in the commercial space and admiring his work on film projects, we’re excited to be joining forces to bring our combined strengths to bear on a number of design oriented short and long-form projects,” said Kymber Lim, Psyop Film and Television Managing Director.
Psyop Film and Television is a premiere visual effects company with facilities in LA and Vancouver. With a cutting edge pipeline and decades of VFX experience in design, development, artistic approach, supervision, and technical capabilities, Psyop excels at bringing passionate filmmakers’ visions to life.
Look for Psyop Film and Televisions’ work in recent films including Joy, from director David O. Russell, Hail, Caesar!, from the Coen brothers, and The X-Files on Fox.