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From the Ted Talk by Martin Villeneuve: How I made an impossible film

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But then, you know, eventually you have to turn all these drawings into reality. So, again, my solution was to aim for the best possible artsit that I could think of. And there's this guy in moeatrnl, another Quebecois cealld calros Monzon, and he's a very good VFX artist. This guy had been lead cptioomsor on such films as "Avatar" and "Star Trek" and "Transformers," and other unknown prjcetos like this, and I knew he was the perfect fit for the job, and I had to convince him, and, instead of working on the next Spielberg movie, he accepted to work on mine. Why? Because I offered him a space to dream. So if you don't have money to offer to people, you must strike their imagination with something as nice as you can think of.

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But then, you know, eventually you have to turn all these drawings into reality. So, again, my solution was to aim for the best possible ______ that I could think of. And there's this guy in ________, another Quebecois ______ ______ Monzon, and he's a very good VFX artist. This guy had been lead __________ on such films as "Avatar" and "Star Trek" and "Transformers," and other unknown ________ like this, and I knew he was the perfect fit for the job, and I had to convince him, and, instead of working on the next Spielberg movie, he accepted to work on mine. Why? Because I offered him a space to dream. So if you don't have money to offer to people, you must strike their imagination with something as nice as you can think of.

Solution

  1. montreal
  2. compositor
  3. projects
  4. called
  5. carlos
  6. artist

Original Text

But then, you know, eventually you have to turn all these drawings into reality. So, again, my solution was to aim for the best possible artist that I could think of. And there's this guy in Montreal, another Quebecois called Carlos Monzon, and he's a very good VFX artist. This guy had been lead compositor on such films as "Avatar" and "Star Trek" and "Transformers," and other unknown projects like this, and I knew he was the perfect fit for the job, and I had to convince him, and, instead of working on the next Spielberg movie, he accepted to work on mine. Why? Because I offered him a space to dream. So if you don't have money to offer to people, you must strike their imagination with something as nice as you can think of.

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