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Muren Takes Nikola Tesla Award

he International Press Academy toasted vfx guru Dennis Muren during the 12th annual Satellite Awards recognizing achievements in film, television, home video and multimedia. The awards ceremony was held on Monday in Beverly Hills and saw Muren take home the Nikola Tesla Award, a kudo reserved for visionary achievements in the field of filmmaking and cinema arts. Past recipients include Richard Donner, Stan Winston, Jerry Lewis, James Cameron and George Lucas.

Muren's credits with ILM include the Star Wars movies, Dragonslayer, Jurassic Park, The Hulk and War of the Worlds. He has received 15 Oscar nominations to date, winning for Jurassic Park, Terminator 2: Judgement Day, The Abyss, Innerspace, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial. Earlier this year, Muren received the Visual Effects Socitey's Lifetime Achievement Award during the 5th Annual VES Awards.

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