Local 706 - The Artisan

Summer 2016

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16 A nne Morgan and I (Bill Corso) have done many fi lms together and they've run the gamut creatively. We have a mutual respect for each other's process and enjoy a great rhythm when working. For this issue of The Artisan, we thought it would be fun to interview each other about the work we did, respectively, as the Hair (Morgan) and Make-up (Corso) Department Heads for HBO's All the Way. This project began life as a Tony Award-winning Broadway play and was now being brought to fi lm for HBO and Amblin Entertainment. The make-up and hair requirements on stage were quite basic, apart from extended earlobes on Bryan Cranston (graciously supplied by KNB FX). The question of how far to go with re-creating these real-life characters began with LBJ * and the trickle-down effect of that design. MORGAN: Let's talk about Bryan and your involvement with this version of LBJ. What decisions did you make out of the gate in the design and how did that morph, once you tested the make- up? What were the requests from Bryan and Jay Roach, the director? B Y B I L L C O R S O A N D A N N E M O R G A N D E P A R T M E N T H E A D S Ultimately, all our work is only ever as good as the support we have and on this we had a dream team working with us. '' ''

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