<a href=http://features.cgsociety.org/story_custom.php?story_id=3934&page=1>CGS Article</a> Mark Stetson - Superman Returns: Mark supervised the work of 11 studios: Sony Pictures Imageworks, Framestore CFC, Rhythm & Hues, Rising Sun Pictures, The Orphanage, Photon VFX, Frantic Films, Lola Visual Effects, Pixel Liberation Front, Eden FX, and New Deal Studios, all of which had a hand in bringing home the nomination. Boyd Shermis - Poseidon: In addition to the Oscar nomination this year for ?Poseidon,? he, Rhonda C. Gunner, Kim Libreri, and Philippe Rebours were nominated for a VES Award for Best Single Visual Effect of the Year for the opening sequence in ?Poseidon.? In that sequence, the camera closely follows Josh Lucas as he jogs around a photorealistic digital model of the Poseidon. John Knoll - Pirates of the Caribbean - ?Dead Man's Chest' Industrial Light & Magic handled most of the visual effects for ?Pirates? under Knoll?s supervision. In addition, several other studios helped out: Asylum, The Orphanage, CIS Hollywood, Evil Eye Pictures, Gentle Giant Studios, Pacific Title & Art Studio, Method, Proof, and Tippett Studio. Hal Hickel - Pirates of the Caribbean - ?Dead Man's Chest' Joined ILM in 1996 to work as an animator on ?Lost World: Jurassic Park.? In 2001, he became animation supervisor for ?Artificial Intelligence: AI? and continued in that role for ?Star Wars: Episode II ? Attack of the Clones,? ?Dreamcatcher,? and both ?Pirates? films. He, too, points to Davy Jones as the most visible aspect of ?Pirates?.