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Loyalist Television and New Media Production Grad Jesse Korosi Goes To Hollywood

July 22, 2013

Twenty-eight year old Jesse Korosi, a 2005 Loyalist College Television and New Media Production graduate, has garnered attention for his achievements as the Dailies Producer on the 3D summer hit movie Pacific Rim, which generated $38.3 Million on opening weekend, July 12th to 14th. As Dailies Producer, Jesse was responsible for the raw, unedited footage shot daily during the making of the motion picture, viewed regularly by the director and other crew members. 

 

In addition to Pacific Rim, Jesse has also worked as a playback editor for films such as The Time Traveler’s Wife, Four Brothers, Jumper, Saw II, Saw IV, Saw V, and The Incredible Hulk. After graduating from Loyalist, Jesse moved to Los Angeles, where he made a name for himself in Hollywood as a Dailies Producer on television shows such as Defiance, Falling Skies, and Revolution

 

It was always Jesse’s dream to work on feature films, which is why he decided to pursue three-dimensional animation in his third-year of the Television and New Media Production program at Loyalist. Narrowing his focus to that area led him to an internship in Toronto, where he first started working with playback effects, and then transitioned to editing. The Incredible Hulk, starring Edward Norton, was Jesse’s first experience with on-set playback editing. He has since done on-set visual effects editing for a number of other films. Jesse currently works for Sim Digital, traveling across the United States, setting up temporary offices for TV shows and movies for the company. 

 

To learn more about Jesse’s impressive accomplishments, visit his website at http://jessekorosi.com/ 

 


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