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Jeffrey Lynch is a Director, Head of Story, Second Unit Director and Additional Storyboarding American born on 2000

Jeffrey Lynch

Jeffrey Lynch
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Birth name Jeffrey A. Lynch
Nationality USA
Birth 2000 (24 years)

Jeffrey Lynch est un réalisateur, animateur et graphiste américain. Il a travaillé comme réalisateur pour Les Simpson, Futurama et comme assistant réalisateur pour Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2, Spider-Man 3 et Le Géant de fer.

Best films

Incredibles 2 (2018)
(Additional Storyboarding)
Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (2011)
(Second Unit Director)
Tomorrowland (2015)
(Second Unit Director)

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Filmography of Jeffrey Lynch (4 films)

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Director

The Iron Giant, 1h23
Directed by Brad Bird, Jeffrey Lynch
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Animation
Themes Seafaring films, Transport films, Films based on science fiction novels, Political films, Children's films, Robot films
Actors Eli Marienthal, Jennifer Aniston, Harry Connick, Vin Diesel, Christopher McDonald, John Mahoney
Rating80% 4.0480454.0480454.0480454.0480454.048045
In October 1957, after the Russian satellite Sputnik is put into orbit, an enormous robot from outer space crashes into the ocean near Rockwell, Maine. The robot makes it inland and wanders into the forest. Nine-year-old Hogarth Hughes soon discovers the robot one night. The robot begins eating the powerlines of an electrical substation, then gets electrocuted. Hogarth shuts down the power, saving the robot, and returns home. Several days later, Hogarth makes it his mission to find the robot and take a picture. After hours of waiting, the robot surprises Hogarth, who soon befriends him. Suffering amnesia, the Iron Giant accompanies Hogarth wherever he goes. When they come across a railroad, the Giant starts eating the rails. Hearing an oncoming train, Hogarth tells the Giant to repair the tracks. As he does, the train collides, breaking him to pieces. The Giant's parts start to reassemble, and Hogarth hides the damaged robot in his house's barn, where the parts can repair themselves.

Scriptwriter

The Iron Giant, 1h23
Directed by Brad Bird, Jeffrey Lynch
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Animation
Themes Seafaring films, Transport films, Films based on science fiction novels, Political films, Children's films, Robot films
Actors Eli Marienthal, Jennifer Aniston, Harry Connick, Vin Diesel, Christopher McDonald, John Mahoney
Roles Head of Story
Rating80% 4.0480454.0480454.0480454.0480454.048045
In October 1957, after the Russian satellite Sputnik is put into orbit, an enormous robot from outer space crashes into the ocean near Rockwell, Maine. The robot makes it inland and wanders into the forest. Nine-year-old Hogarth Hughes soon discovers the robot one night. The robot begins eating the powerlines of an electrical substation, then gets electrocuted. Hogarth shuts down the power, saving the robot, and returns home. Several days later, Hogarth makes it his mission to find the robot and take a picture. After hours of waiting, the robot surprises Hogarth, who soon befriends him. Suffering amnesia, the Iron Giant accompanies Hogarth wherever he goes. When they come across a railroad, the Giant starts eating the rails. Hearing an oncoming train, Hogarth tells the Giant to repair the tracks. As he does, the train collides, breaking him to pieces. The Giant's parts start to reassemble, and Hogarth hides the damaged robot in his house's barn, where the parts can repair themselves.

Director

Tomorrowland, 2h10
Directed by Brad Bird
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Fantasy, Action, Adventure
Themes Films about films, Transport films, Films set in the future, Road movies, Children's films, Chase films, Robot films, Disaster films
Actors George Clooney, Hugh Laurie, Britt Robertson, Thomas Robinson, Raffey Cassidy, Judy Greer
Roles Second Unit Director
Rating63% 3.198273.198273.198273.198273.19827
The story begins with an adult Frank Walker telling an off-screen audience about his attendance at the 1964 New York World's Fair as a child. In the flashback, he meets David Nix, an official who is unimpressed with Frank's limited jet pack. Frank does draw the attention of a young girl named Athena. Seeing his potential, Athena gives Frank a pin embossed with a "T" symbol and tells him to follow her aboard the fair's "It's a Small World" attraction. Frank sneaks onto the ride, where his pin is scanned and he is transported into a futuristic cityscape known as Tomorrowland. He falls from a ledge, but straps on his jet pack and lands safely before Nix and Athena.
Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, 2h13
Directed by Brad Bird
Origin USA
Genres Thriller, Action, Adventure, Spy
Themes Spy films, Films about terrorism
Actors Tom Cruise, Jeremy Lee Renner, Simon Pegg, Paula Patton, Michael Nyqvist, Josh Holloway
Roles Second Unit Director
Rating73% 3.6971153.6971153.6971153.6971153.697115
In Budapest to intercept a courier working for an individual code-named "Cobalt", IMF agent Trevor Hanaway is killed by assassin Sabine Moreau. Hanaway's team leader, Jane Carter, and newly promoted field agent Benji Dunn extract Ethan Hunt and his source, Bogdan, from a Moscow prison. Ethan is recruited to lead Jane and Benji to infiltrate secret Moscow Kremlin archives and locate files identifying Cobalt. During the mission, someone broadcasts across the IMF frequency, alerting the Russians to Ethan's team. Although Benji and Jane escape, a bomb destroys the Kremlin and SVR agent Anatoly Sidorov arrests Ethan, suspecting him as a key player in the attack.

Art

Incredibles 2, 1h58
Directed by Brad Bird
Origin USA
Genres Action, Adventure, Animation
Themes Films about families, Superhero films, Children's films
Actors Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Samuel L. Jackson, Sarah Vowell, Brad Bird, Jonathan Banks
Roles Additional Storyboarding
Rating74% 3.749963.749963.749963.749963.74996
Trois mois après la défaite de Syndrome dans le film précédent, la famille Parr - Bob, Hélène, Violette, Flèche et Jack-Jack - continuent d'opérer sous leur identité de super-héros, les Indestructibles. Le film commence à partir des derniers moments du film précédent, lorsque les Indestructibles ont essayé d'empêcher le Démolisseur de dépouiller la banque de Metroville. Ce dernier s'enfuit, et les autorités s'inquiètent de l'ampleur des dommages causés par l'incident. En conséquence, Rick Dicker informe la famille Parr que le programme « Super Relocation » de son département est en train d'être fermé, forçant les supers à travers le monde à prendre leur entière responsabilité en permanence et à oublier leurs identités secrètes. Avant de les quitter, il les place dans un hôtel pendant deux semaines. Bob et Hélène, ainsi que Lucius Best - le super héros Frozone - sont contactés par Winston Deavor, un fan de super-héros, philanthrope et magnat dans le domaine des télécommunications et propriétaire de DEVTECH, qui leur propose un coup de publicité pour regagner l'appui du grand public à l'égard des super-héros.