Christopher Mills Net Worth
How Much money Christopher Mills has? For this question we spent 16 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.
The main source of income: Celebrities
Total Net Worth at the moment 2020 year – is about $176,9 Million.
Christopher Mills information Profession:Special Effects, Camera Department, Make Up Department
:How tall is Christopher Mills – 1,67m.
How much weight is Christopher Mills – 66kg
Christopher Mills is a Canadian director, editor, animator and cinematographer. He has directed music videos for bands such as Modest Mouse, Interpol, Broken Social Scene, Blue Rodeo, Metric, The Joy Formidable or Breaking Benjamin. He has also worked on commercials, short films, documentaries, projections and art album covers. Mills style and work is Renowned for his unique mix of live action, 2D and 3D filmmaking techniques according to the writer Anne T. Donahue,Mills has taken otherwise simple concepts and helped make them magical, transforming each video from a standard visual counterpart to an entirely different form of expression. Christopher Mills has had his work featured in Rolling Stone magazine and on many websites among them Kanye West’s blog or MTV.com and played on Oprah, MTV, MTV2, VH1, Much Music, and other music video networks world wide. Mills has given retrospectives in respected universities, global film festivals, and at Canada’s National Art Gallery. His work has been nominated for, and has earned multiple awards, including MTV awards, MTV2 awards, Much Music Video Awards, Juno Awards, International Broadcasting Advertising awards. His video of Interpols PDA was nominated for an MTV2 Awards in 2003 Float On, for Modest Mouse, won the MTV “woody” award, was nominated for the MTV “breakthrough video” award and nominated for the MTV2 award.Mills has in addition contributed to and collaborated with musicians and advertisers in a variety of media, ranging from simple drawings for Broken Social Scene’s self-titled album (nominated for a “Best Album Art” Juno), to giant stage projections for The Tragically Hip’s 2004 oft sold-out stadium tour (later co-winning the Juno for Best Music DVD), to a feature-length experimental documentary film for Canadian cultural icons Blue Rodeo, The Blue Road (2008 Juno winner, “Best Music DVD”).
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