WILLIAM EUBANK (DIRECTOR) got his start working at
Panavision, where he helped oversee the integration of
HD cameras on films like Collateral and Superman Returns. Eubank's first
feature film, "Love," was commissioned
by the alternative rock band Angels & Airwaves. It became a breakout success,
playing at numerous film festivals
and ultimately winning the Santa Barbara International Film Festival's "Best
of the Fest." Eubank served as writer,
director, cinematographer and production designer on the film. Following Love,
Eubank directed second unit on
20th Century Fox's "Broken City," starring Mark Wahlberg and Russell Crowe.
His second feature, "The Signal," which he co-wrote, stars Laurence Fishburne,
Olivia Cooke, Brenton Thwaites
and Beau Knapp and premiered to great acclaim at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival; Focus Features released the
film in 2014. As a follow-up to "Underwater", he's currently developing his
original idea, "Warbot," with Chernin
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