World Builders is an ongoing series of conversations with the most productive and thoughtful behind-the-scenes craftspeople.
We chat with the blockbuster producer about the lifetime of movie watching that finally put him and Dwayne Johnson in a room with Disney executives.
We chat with Costume Designer Christine Wada and Production Designer Kasra Farahani about the fashion and design that fabricate the many Lokis.
We chat with Wright along with Ron Mael and Russell Mael of Sparks about collaborating and poking fun at themselves while remaining deadly serious.
We chat with ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ VFX Supervisor Eric Leven about the many refinements that go into a Marvel series.
We chat with the show’s director of photography, P.J. Dillon, about how he shot the shield and looking forward to another season.
We chat with VFX Supervisor Tara DeMarco about the challenges of capturing a physical performance in a digital construct.
We chat with cinematographer Jess Hall about the process of duplicating seven television eras for the Marvel series.
We chat with the composer about embracing instrumental instability to craft the ambiguous score sought by The Russo Brothers.
We chat with intimacy coordinator Marcus Watson about how he shares the same mission as costumes, stunts, and production design. They’re all there for the story.