Bio

 Madhu Sudhanan is one of the pioneers of the Indian Visual Effects Industry. 

Madhu has produced and supervised visual effects for many Indian and Hollywood films. The Lord Of The Rings – The Return of The King, Click, Stormbreaker, Spiderman 3, The Warrior’s Way, Gulliver’s Travels, In Time to name a few Hollywood Blockbusters. He recently supervised Mr.Kamal Hassan starer Viswaroopam (2012) and currently supervising The Host (2013).

In 2002, Alavandaan won him the National Award for best visual effects. He received Dr.Zakhir Hussain Memorial Award for the outstanding achievement and contribution to Arts by Indo-American community, Los Angeles, California in 2005. Animation Xpress and Duxsoft later honored him for his contribution to Indian animation and visual effects in 2007.

Madhu is one of the early visual effects experts who got elected as an active member of Visual Effects Society. In June 2005, he was elected as the founding Chairman of FICCI for their Visual Effects Community. Currently he is the Ambassador for the VES in India. He had the honor of presenting two award categories in the prestigious VES Awards 2011.

Madhu served as General Manager for Visual Effects in Total Infotainment Ltd, Chennai, Applause Entertainment, Mumbai (a Kumaramangalm Birla's company) as Sr. Vice-President & Head of Visual Effects, Served as Executive Visual Effects Producer for Frameflow, which was later became Sony Pictures Imageworks (India). He later co-founded GEON Studios Pvt Limited along with Barrie Osborne, Jon Labrie and Michael Peyser and served as the Chief Executive Officer and Visual Effects Supervisor.

Madhu has very rich experience and worked with many celebrities in USA, UK, Australia and New Zealand film industries. Leadership qualities combined with Creative and Business knowledge makes Madhu Sudhanan a very unique asset.

 
 

Visual Effects Supervisor
India
Role with the VES:

 Member - VES Committee for Outreach to Developing Countries.
VES Ambassador - India
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

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