Overall VFX Supervisor, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3
Native of France and a Canadian citizen, Stephane Ceretti started in the VFX industry at Buf Compagnie in Paris in 1996. He began his career working on "Batman and Robin” and numerous commercials and became VFX Supervisor for Buf on Tarsem’s “The Cell".
Stephane has been involved as VFX Supervisor on major feature films such as the Wachowski Sibblings’ Matrix sequels, as well as Oliver Stone’s “Alexander” and various genres of films from "Harry Potter And the Goblet of Fire" to "Batman Begins" and "Silent Hill”. He has been overall VFX Supervisor for a few projects at Buf including "The Prestige" by world acclaimed director Christopher Nolan.
He joined MPC and Method studios in London where he met with Marvel Studios. He started as 2nd VFX supervisor on the shoot of Joe Johnston’s “The First Avenger : Captain America”. Other projects include Fox Studios' “X-men : First Class”. He also co-supervised the Visual Effects of Warner Bros.’s “Cloud Atlas” directed by Lana & Andy Wachovski & Tom Tykwer.
Following his work on Marvel’s “Thor : The Dark World” as a 2nd Unit Supervisor he joined Marvel’s “Guardians Of the Galaxy” as the main VFX supervisor followed by Marvel’s “Doctor Strange”. For his achievements on these two movies he got nominated to the Oscars, the BAFTAs as well as the VES Awards. After Joining Peyton Reed on ‘Ant Man and the Wasp” and Chloé Zhao on “Marvel’s Eternals” he has been reunited with James Gunn and the Guardians of the Galaxy family to supervise the Visual Effects of the final chapter “Guardians Of the Galaxy Volume 3”, and is currently working on “Superman:Legacy”.