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Victoria Alonso is the Executive Vice President of Production at Marvel Studios, overseeing both films and series such as IRON MAN, BLACK PANTHER, BLACK WIDOW and WANDAVISION. Join us for a vibrant conversation as Victoria takes us behind the scenes and into the world of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We’ll explore how she develops material, finds collaborators, navigates production, and uses technology as a storytelling tool. This discussion will take you inside Victoria’s creative process, the challenges and lessons learned throughout her career -- and her belief that if success can happen to her, it can happen to anyone.

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A native of Buenos Aires, Alonso moved to the US on her own at the age of 19. She worked her way up through the industry, beginning as a PA and then working four years at the VFX powerhouse Digital Domain. She served as VFX producer on a number of films, including Ridley Scott’s KINGDOM OF HEAVEN, Tim Burton’s BIG FISH, Andrew Adamson’s SHREK and Marvel’s IRON MAN. She won the Visual Effects Society (VES) Award for outstanding supporting visual effects/motion picture for KINGDOM OF HEAVEN, with two additional shared nominations (best single visual effects, outstanding visual effects/effects driven motion picture) for IRON MAN. more...

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