DNEG's Executive Producer Michelle Eisenreich is attending FMX and is interested in meeting with senior, experienced Production talent who are interested in discussing opportunities to join DNEG's production team. We have opportunities globally and across our multiple divisions of Film VFX, TV VFX and Feature Animation.
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MICHELLE EISENREICHMultiple award-winning industry veteran Michelle Eisenreich has led a long and successful career in the entertainment industry. Michelle is currently Exec Producer for DNEG Vancouver’s TV division, managing and leading all TV projects in Vancouver. Recently she was producer on director Damien Chazelle’s astronaut drama ‘ First Man’ which looks at Neil Armstrong’s legendary mission to the moon in 1969. In 2017 Michelle’s work with DNEG was on ‘Blade Runner 2049’, the critically acclaimed sequel to Ridley Scott’s neo-noir classic “Blade Runner.” For ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Michelle’s talented VFX team won an Oscar, a BAFTA and a VES award.
Michelle’s skills have been developed through her work on major titles for video games, television and film. She has also spent time on set for VFX production and supervision on nine different projects.Michelle is the proud recipient of several film awards, recognizing the truly masterful effects she and her team produced for 2017’s ‘Blade Runner 2049’ and 2016’s ‘The Secret of Joy’.In the past twenty years, Michelle has continued to master both television and film effects, producing acclaimed blockbusters such as 2014’s “Fury” and 2012’s “Prometheus” as well as television staples “The Vampire Diaries” and “The Walking Dead” season 7 for which Michelle’s team was nominated for an Emmy (Outstanding Special Visual Effects in a Supporting Role) in 2016.
Graduating from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, Michelle quickly moved from short films and independent productions to feature film with 2000’s “X-Men”. Since then, she has worked on over fifty films and television shows.