Director Karyn Kusama wanted an extremely gritty and realistic approach for the hair and make-up design for Destroyer.
The film is based on a New Yorker article about a career criminal and con man who, after multiple stints in prison, assembled a bank-robbing bunch of older men.
One great thing about a Coen brothers’ movie is their appreciation for characters. They are certainly well awarded for developing characters on paper and then bringing them to life on film.
When Geordie and I sat down with Mike Malone, the line producer for Godless, we hadn’t been to bed yet. Working all night on a Fraturday (Friday into Saturday), we met with him at a local Santa Fe tea house, bleary-eyed.
By Glenn Hetrick | Dept. Head Prosthetics and SPMUFX | It is an understatement of criminal proportion to say that I am a lifelong Star Trek fan. When you come to a show like this one, it certainly is not the same as being hired on to any other project.
By Sheryl Blum | Hair Stylist | “It’s 1939, WWII is declared in September. The War of the Worlds is broadcast that Halloween. Two men, Jack Parsons and Richard Onsted, are actively pursuing their dream, ‘Rocketry.’” “Never heard of them? What’s rocketry?”
Behind the Scenes on The Orville By Howard Berger | Department Head Make-up and Maxine Morris | Department Head Hair Howard Berger: July 2016, I was contacted by Seth MacFarlane to come aboard the starship USS Orville to be part of the team in helping create the universe he had always imagined since he was a boy. A […]
The Great American Western Make-Up Guide Words of wisdom with Jane Galli | Dept. Head Make-up Interviewed by Doniella Davy | Key Make-up Preceding Hostiles, you did 3:10 to Yuma and Cowboys & Aliens. There are some distinctions in your style as a make-up artist that really lend themselves to Westerns. What do you think they are? Jane Galli: […]