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ERIC BREVIG (Director) makes his directorial debut with "Journey to the Center of the Earth.” He has also been honored for his groundbreaking efforts as a visual effects supervisor.

Brevig received an Academy Award for Special Achievement in Visual Effects for Paul Verhoeven's 1990 hit "Total Recall,” for which he also received a Saturn Award nomination from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films. He subsequently earned Oscar nominations for Best Visual Effects for Steven Spielberg's "Hook” and Michael Bay's "Pearl Harbor.” For his special effects work in Barry Sonnenfeld's smash hit sci-fi comedy "Men in Black” Brevig received nominations for a BAFTA Award and a Saturn Award. He also received Saturn Award nominations for "Scrooged” and "The Indian in the Cupboard.”

His many feature credits as visual effects supervisor also include Michael Bay's "The Island”; Roland Emmerich's blockbuster "The Day After Tomorrow”; Jim Cameron's "The Abyss”; "Peter Pan,” directed by P.J. Hogan; "Wild Wild West,” directed by Barry Sonnenfeld; Brian De Palma's "Snake Eyes”; "Disclosure,” directed by Barry Levinson; the sci-fi comedy "Earth Girls are Easy”; and the hit comedy "Big Business,” which featured Bette Midler and Lily Tomlin as mismatched sets of identical twins.

In addition to his visual effects work, Brevig has served as second unit director on several of his films, including "The Island,” "Pearl Harbor,” "Wild Wild West,” "Men in Black” and "The Indian in the Cupboard.”


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