Bruce Branit

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Bruce Branit
Born (1967-07-10) July 10, 1967 (age 49)
Years active 1989 – present

Bruce Branit is an American filmmaker with a strong background in Computer graphics and visual effects. He has received five Emmy Award nominations for his work on Star Trek.[1] Recently also nominated for Breaking Bad. He is the owner of Branit FX based in Kansas City which provides visual effects work for feature television, film and commercials. His production company Lucamax Pictures is currently developing several long and short form entertainment projects.

Branit recently released World Builder, an emotionally charged short film demonstrating futuristic computer interfaces used to create a holographic world for a woman apparently in a medical coma. The movie won several short film awards such as the KC Filmmakers Jubilee, the Indianapolis International Film Festival and the Indy Shorts Fest.[2] Branit is also known for his work on the short film 405. This 3-minute film, co produced by Jeremy Hunt, shows a DC-10 airliner makes a suspenseful emergency landing on a Los Angeles freeway.

Early life and education[edit]

Bruce Branit was born on July 10, 1967. He studied industrial design at the University of Kansas. In 1995 he left Kansas City to move to Los Angeles. However in 2004 he moved back to Kansas City.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Branit resides near his hometown of Kansas City with his wife and son.[1]



  1. ^ a b c Undated press release from Branit VFX
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