Local 706 - The Artisan

Summer 2022

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30 • THE ARTISAN SUMMER 2022 B Y G R E G M O O N D E P A R T M E N T H E A D M A K E - U P I was grateful for the trust placed in me by Taylor Sheridan and the cast to bring the collaborative vision of 1883 to the screen. I've worked for Taylor on the four seasons of Yellowstone, as well as on Wind River. A er reading and breaking down the 10 episodes and reviewing the shooting schedule, I realized we could be shooting any of the scenes from the 10 episodes on any given day by shooting two main units at a time. I knew that this was episodic and that we didn't have the luxury of showing passage of time like a feature, especially with such a large cast. I needed to get the point across with the cast as well, that their ideas and mine needed to come together so that the story could be told in the simplest and strongest way possible. Working under COVID conditions and being tested every day, safety and sanitation was a must. When Taylor called me, he explained that he had a beautiful actress with freckles that he didn't want covered with make-up. at he want- ed this to look real and sweaty and gritty. My fi rst concern was what we were going to do with James Dutton's beard. Tim McGraw had been growing his beard out for the part, and in the fi rst few scenes of the script, it called for his wife (played by real wife Faith Hill), to shave PHOTOS: EMERSON MILLER/PARAMOUNT+ ©MTV ENTERTAINMENT STUDIOS From top: Sam Elliott as Shea Brennan & Tim McGraw as James Dutton. MAKE-UP COMES ALIVE COMES ALIVE Department Heads Share Their Journeys

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