Category: Exclusive

In Production Design The Details DO Matter

Have you ever noticed the details on a film or television set that moved you in some way or allowed you to tap into a memory? One military consultant did and it moved him to tears

An In-Depth Look at the Design of the ‘Prometheus’ Rovers

The production design for Prometheus surprised a lot of people when the first set stills leaked. Instead of the grungy, mechanical aesthetic of Alien, which it predates, Prometheus’ sets are clean, brightly lit, and very colourful. It’s texturing

An Interview with ‘Take This Waltz’ Production Designer, Matthew Davies

While enjoying the Toronto International Film Festival I had the incredible luck to speak with the very talented Production Designer Matthew Davies, of Take This Waltz which had its red carpet World premiere here in

An Interview with Production Designer of ‘Random’, Lisa Marie Hall

As you all may know The Toronto International Film Festival is in full swing right now and I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Production Designer, Lisa Marie Hall, of Random which is having its

Art Departmental at TIFF ’11

  Tomorrow the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival officially starts its 36th year fully settled in its new home, the TIFF Bell Lightbox. This year it is 11 days from Sept 8-18 and will showcase

EXCLUSIVE: An Inside Look at the Production Design of The Kennedys

By now you’ve probably heard a little something about the Emmy nominated 8-Part Television Miniseries, The Kennedys, but today I want you to pay attention to the one aspect of the production that wasn’t blabbed

Art Departmental at Hot Docs 2011

As many of you may know, Art Departmental is based out of Toronto, Canada and as such we have access to easily two of the greatest festivals in the World. That being the Toronto International Film

EXCLUSIVE: From the Sketchbook of Black Swan Production Designer, Thérèse DePrez

Exclusive to Art Departmental here is a very special post for all of you hardcore art department geeks like I am. As a huge fan of Thérèse DePrez I knew, and as some of you