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Steve Hutensky A Film Producer And Executive

Steve Hutensky A Film Producer And ExecutiveSteve Hutensky is a film producer and executive, who has produced over 50 feature films, including the Academy Award-winning The Hurt Locker.

Steve Hutensky began his film career in the advertising business producing award-winning campaigns for top global brands like Nike, Coca Cola, and Toyota.

In 2002 Steve Hutensky founded Rampant Design & Effects to produce high-end visual effects for TV shows such as Bones and Criminal Minds.

Today Mr. Hutensky’s company (Rampant) creates high-end VFX for the most successful TV shows on the air today.

A pioneer in digital effects, in 2016 he was named to the Technical Achievement Academy by The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

Steve is also an experienced executive, having served as Chief Operating Officer at Desilu Studios. His subsequent executive positions include President and CEO of Carolco Pictures and President of Warner Bros. Home Video/Warner Bros Animation Studio (now Warner Bros. Animation) subsidiaries such as Casablanca Films and Dino De Laurentiis Company (now distributed under Warner Bros.).

Steve Hutensky attended the University of California, Los Angeles and graduated with a B.A. in History, Minor in Theater Arts.

Referred to by author Mel Brooks as “the world’s greatest salesman” and to by Steven Spielberg as “a genuine visionary,” Steve Hutensky has produced some of the biggest Hollywood hits including The Hurt Locker (Academy Award for Best Picture), Creed (Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, Sylvester Stallone), 3:10 To Yuma, We Own The Night (WGA Best Original Screenplay) and many others.

His Made-Up Stories: A Writer’s Journey (2017)

Grantland: Mel and Me (2016)

Noirlandia: The Making and Unmaking of a Classic Film Noir Movie (2015)

The Hurt Locker, Directed by Kathryn Bigelow, Screenwriter by Mark Boal (Academy Award for Best Picture; 2010, 2011 and 2015); Writers Guild Award for Best Original Screenplay; The BAFTA Award in the Best Film category; New York Film Critics Circle Award in the Best Film category.

3:10 To Yuma, Written by James Schamus, Directed by James Mangold, Screenplay by Andrew Bergman; Writers Guild Award for Best Original Screenplay. Visit this page to learn more.


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