Fumiro Sato NYC based VFX/Finishing Artist

Fumiro Sato

Fumiro is a director and VFX artist. As an editor, films he worked on were recognized or premiered at festivals such as the Venice Film Festival ("Monte" 2016, directed by Amir Naderi) and as an online editor, the Berlin Film Festival ("Ryuichi Sakamoto: async Live at the Park Avenue Armory" 2018). In fact, Naderi won the "Glory To The Filmmaker” award at the 73rd Venice Film Festival for this film.

At post-production house McRay/Tokyo, he worked as an Autodesk Inferno edit suite assistant, at the Tokyo-based creative agency UltraSuperNew he planned and directed TV commercials, and he started his career as a 3D modeler for a Japanese Animated television series. Fumiro is based in Brooklyn and spends his weekends experimenting with 3D sculpting and web development projects.

Recent works

・77th Venice Film Festival: Venice Classic "Wheels of Fate" / Colorist, Online Editor
・IDFA Amsterdam - "Odoriko" directed by Yoichi Okutani / Online Editor
・NHK Japan “Alvin Ailey - Chaya Masazumi” documentary / Colorist / Finishing
・ESPN "Koshien japan's field of dreams" directed by Ema Yamazaki / Online, Finishing

Using software: Flame/Smoke, Nuke, Adobe Premiere, Resolve, Maya, DVS Clipster, other Adobe tools, and Mudbox for sculpting.

Demoreel: Vimeo

Post-production App: Website

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