Boston University recently hosted Kyle Cooper as a part of their "College of Fine Arts Contemporary Perspectives Lecture Series." Presented on the BUniverse site is the full 90 minute lecture, including audience Q&A.
WATCH THE LECTURE on the BUniverse site.
From the BUniverse page:
Kyle Cooper is one of the most sought-after men in Hollywood, but he isn't an actor or a director. He designs the title sequences and credits that open and close movies.
Cooper garnered critical acclaim for the title sequence of the 1995 film Se7en, whose jittery editing and scrawled typography sent viewers into the mind of a serial killer. Other film credits include the Spider-Man series, Iron Man and Iron Man 2, Superman Returns, The Incredible Hulk, and Dawn of the Dead.
A native of Salem, Mass., Cooper spoke as part of the College of Fine Arts Contemporary Perspectives Lecture Series.
Hosted by the College of Fine Arts on November 19, 2010.