Before co-founding Uncharted Territory inc, Marc Weigert co-founded the visual effects company Dreamscape Imagery Inc. with his wife Stacey. Opened in 1995, their credits include "Independence Day", "Muppets From Space", "Flubber", "The Drew Carey Show", "Seven Days To Live" and many European movies and TV series.
As the VFX Project Manager for "Independence Day", Weigert created "Digital Assistant for Visual Effects", a VFX project management software program. Later, he sold the software to most major studios and to individual supervisors and producers. Since then it has been used on many feature films including "Stuart Little", "Alien: Resurrection", "Flubber", "Volcano", "Godzilla", "Wing Commander", "Monkeybone", "Bless the Child", and "X-Men", as well as on TV movies and series, and has since been purchased by Creative Planet. Weigert also developed a VFX scheduling board system in association with Hollywood Production Boards. Weigert studied directing and producing film at Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
He won the Emmy Award in 2006 for the mini-series "The Triangle". He produced various commercials and films in Germany, which won multiple awards, including the "Deutscher Videokunstpreis 1993" ("German Video Art Award 1993"), the highest German video award, "Prädikat wertvoll" and the "Prix Futura".
Marc Weigert is a member of the Directors Guild of America (DGA), Producers Guild of Americas (PGA), Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (ATAS) and the Visual Effects Society (VES).
For more info: read Marcs' Blog "TRACKING MARC" at the Animation World Network (AWN):