LINKS & STUFF 10/17: IT, Blade Runner 2049, and “Me Too”

Here’s our round up of the latest and greatest film, television, art, architecture, and design related internet finds this month.

It’s time for another Links & Stuff post! I hope October was a great month for you. Unfortunately I have been largely unavailable the last few months as I was production designing a feature up north while simultaneously organising a few events as mentioned in the photos below.

The day after I relaunched this site I went into pre-production and it’s been go-go-go ever since. I can’t tell you how nice it is to get back to it, to sit, write, and research articles to bring you the very best content I can muster while not giving up on my own art department dreams. It’s a very hard balance to strike.

One of the all new features I published on the site this month is an Event Listings page which will lead you to production design, art, architecture, filmmaking, and interior design related events in a city near you. You can filter the events by city using the tags button or you can filter by type of event using the categories button. If you have an event to submit that is not currently on the page, click here. Have fun exploring our brand new Events page.

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Photos of the Month

I was able to help arrange our very first production design panel at Fan Expo this year with the ridiculously talented Star Trek Discovery art department team and it went so well. We’ll be posting more about that in the new year. We also did our first live-tweet during the premiere of Star trek Discovery while I sat and watched it with the crew. We hope to do many more of these types of events in the future so stay tuned!


Links of the Month


Video of the Month

Check out this interesting video looking through the different variations that were originally designed as possibilities for the Millennium Falcon for the original Star Wars in 1977.


Well, that’s it for me.  Which articles and links did you love this month? I would love to know in the comments below.

Rose Lagacé | @artdepartmental


You can find previous Links & Stuff posts, here.

Posted by Rose Lagacé

Rose Lagacé is a production designer for film & television by day and an emerging filmmaker by night. Rose is also the creator and editor of Art Departmental where she celebrates the art and craft of production design.

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