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Pat O'Neill



Filmmaker Pat O'Neill primarily makes experimental films in Los Angeles. He is especially respected for his innovative special effects and use of optical printing, a process by which images are layered over other images in conjunction with animation and computer graphics, a process exemplified in his 1982 film Let's Make a Sandwich. His next work was Water and Power (1989), an image-filled, non-narrative chronicle of life in California's Mono County, home of the once strangely beautiful Mono Lake, a body of water that was destroyed over a ten-year period by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power for the benefit of the thirsty metropolis. In addition to making his own avant-garde films, O'Neill also provides animation sequences for other Hollywood features.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
20% Bang Bang
  • Producer
2014
79% Grosse Pointe Blank
  • Nathaniel
1997

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