Diane Pearlman most recently held the post of Executive Producer at Mass.Illusion, a high-end, visual-effects house founded by her and her partner, academy award-winning visual effects director Joel Hynek, in conjunction with Cinergi Pictures Entertainment. Credits include: What Dreams May Come (Academy Award Best Visual Effects 1999), Eraser, Starship Troopers, Event Horizon, Evita, Die Hard With A Vengeance, Judge Dredd, and The Matrix (Academy Award Best Visual Effects 2000).
Diane was also the Production Supervisor for the $50M Secrets Of Luxor attractions at the Luxor Las Vegas Hotel/Casino, and executive producer for the award-winning documentary The Making Of Luxor. She has produced numerous feature film title sequences, animations, and broadcast commercials for such clients as IBM, Kodak, Time/Warner, & Hallmark.
Jeffrey has produced and consulted for a wide range of entertainment projects and companies throughout his 23-year career in the entertainment business. He has scripted features (The Future Kid) and teleplays (Maddie's World, Francie's Toy Box Theatre, Stink Monkeys, The Dogg House) as well as new media and lectured internationally on the shape of new entertainment and media technology.
He has produced visual effects for a variety of feature films, including Stargate, Clear And Present Danger and Disneys Honey I Shrunk The Audience. as well as worked with Diane Pearlman on Judge Dredd, The Matrix and What Dreams May Come. Jeff is an accomplished technical director for the live stage, having served in that capacity for the Los Angeles Music Center Opera, and Universal Studios theme parks. In recent years, his consulting firm, MediaFusion serviced clients such as Cinergi Entertainment, Graham Nash (Life Sighs Tour/Media), Todd Rundgren, Babelsberg Studios/Germany, in areas involving media production, studio design and function, computer generated imagery, animation and digital image processing.