- Graham Robertson
- United States (Austin)
The first film given a public release where the background footage was wholly created using computer generated imagery (CGI) was Able Edwards (USA 2004), produced by Graham Robertson and first shown at the South by Southwest Film Festival, Austin, Texas, USA on 15 March 2004. The film combined real actors shot against a green screen. Immortel (ad vitam) (France, Italy, UK 2004), released two days earlier on 13 March 2004 at the Brussels International Festival of Fantasy Films combined CGI sets with physical ones.