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Dan Kaufman

Dan Kaufman
Occupation Visual effects artist
Years active 1995-present

Dan Kaufman is a special effects artist who has done films such as District 9 and X-Men: The Last Stand.

He was nominated for an Academy Award at the 82nd Academy Awards for Best Visual Effects on the film District 9. His nomination was shared with Matt Aitken, Robert Habros and Peter Muyzers. [1]

Selected filmography


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