ADG Perspective

January-February 2018

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P E R S P E C T I V E | J A N UA RY / F E B R UA RY 2 0 1 8 5 who's talking in this issue STEFANIA CELLA, Production Designer of DOWNSIZING – page 95 "For me, the big seduction was the possibility of inventing these new, unseen worlds." DEBORAH RILEY, Production Designer on GAME OF THRONES – page 59 "GAME OF THRONES has been an experience that leaves me speechless. It has been full of riches beyond my imagination and also been more punishing than any other job I have had." THOMAS WALSH AND KAREN MANESS, THE BACKDROP RECOVERY PROJECT – page 31 "Most of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's collected assets, its treasures and historic legacy were sold at auctions or disposed of in the early 1970s. One significant exception was its thousands of custom-painted backdrops, referred to in the trade as "backings." They survived, literally, while hiding in plain sight..." Art Director Nigel Churcher pretending to be "the Asset." Well, he was a great asset but not scaly enough to be "the Asset." page 80 Detail from the broken mirror in the Beast's lair, an example of "rococo gone mad" in Sarah Greenwood's design for BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. page 90

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