Good Radar is the project of Grant Nellessen, who has designed and art directed title sequences for notable films such as Dreamgirls, Drag me to Hell, and The Other Guys, which was named the best title sequence of 2010 by the New York Times.

In addition to major motion pictures, he’s also experienced in the world of independent film, having created title sequences for Casa De Mi Padre, The Vanished Elephant, Ana Maria in Novela Land, and the director’s cut of 54. He’s also produced titles and/or animated content for the documentaries When the Beat Drops, Out of Iraq, Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood, The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin, I Am Divine!, Citizen Jane: Battle for the City, and the Oscar-Nominated How to Survive a Plague. His work on Citizen Jane: Battle for the City earned a 2017 Cinema Eye nomination for Outstanding Graphic Design or Animation. He also designed the posters for many of these films.

A longtime Los Angeles resident, he began his career with a degree from the American Film Institute followed by several years designing and art directing at the Picture Mill.


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