'Terminator' and 'Deadpool' director Tim Miller to be a special guest at FICCI 62
The American director will speak in Cartagena about his experience working on superhero films.
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American director Tim Miller will be a special guest at the fifth edition of the NIDO Audiovisual Industry Convention at the 62nd Cartagena International Film Festival (FICCI 62), where, alongside Alejandro Marín, he will hold a dialogue about his varied experience working on superhero films, the festival recently announced in a press release.
The director is recognized for directing and working on a number of superhero films. His directorial debut on the big screen was Marvel's Deadpool in 2016, starring Ryan Reynolds.
FICCI 62 highlighted that Miller began his path "on a creative route where his strokes and narrative were finding not only an audience, but a voice of his own both in science fiction adaptations and in the different animated shorts he has made."
Locals in Colombia will have the chance to watch the conversation recorded on Canal Trece's El Podcast this Friday, March 24 at 5:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the Proclamation Palace in Cartagena.
Get to know: Tim Miller
Miller recently directed some of the scenes for the upcoming film Borderlands, an adaptation of the iconic video game, starring Oscar winner Cate Blanchett.
The director was also nominated along with Jeff Fowler for an Academy Award in Best Animated Short Film in 2005 for Gopher Broke, the story of a squirrel who goes on extreme adventures to find food on a road heavily traveled by trucks.