Creator: Boss Film Studios

Established in 1983 and disestablished in 1997. Boss Film Studios was a visual effects studio established by former Industrial Light and Magic employee Richard Edlund. The company's first two projects were Ghostbusters and Two Thousand Ten The Year We Make Contact withnote  Douglas Trumbull's studio Entertainment Effects Group.

A spin-of studio of Boss, known as Boss Game Studios, have produced video gamesnote  for both the PlayStation and the Nintendo 64. Games for both the Virtual Boynote  and the Xboxnote  were planned, but never released. They closed in 2002, during the production of RacerX.

See also Matte World Digital, Apogee Productions,Visual Concept Engineering and The Orphanage - four other defunct ILM spin-offs.


Other projects worked on by Boss include: