9 lectures about: Production Design
Prop and modelmaker Simon Weisse, the magic hands behind the miniature world of Wes Anderson’s films, steps out of his Berlin-based workshop to share the joys and develish details that surround his niche craft.
There's always more beneath the surface. Descend into the underworlds of “M,” the serial adaption of Fritz Lang's 1930’s masterpiece, with its cinematographer, production designer and editor, as they shed light on their multi-layered collaboration.
A group of experts from the fields of architecture, design, international development and social innovation engage with Talents and the audience in a hands-on workshop to visualize an alternate history of our present and recreate the future.
Storyboard artist Jay Clarke (Isle of Dogs, Competition) illustrates in a drawing session how he connects with Wes Anderson's unique vision and points out the potentials of storyboarding for filmmakers.
Gaffer Krisztián Paluch and lighting programmer Titusz Badonics illuminate the centrality of lighting to storytelling and how the crew created the dystopic world of Denis Villeneuve’s masterpiece.
Sustainable film producing has never been more crucial. How can emerging filmmakers find both ecological and financial advantages to going green? Various experts, ranging from scientists, producers, to set designers will discuss different approaches …
The creative process of visualising and digitally rendering an imaginary world involves not only technical design skills but a great deal of collaboration between the director and the production designer to develop these worlds together. Intended for…
As concrete and systematic the world we live in seems to be, it is the product of centuries of visionary designs, inventions, and creations by imaginative thinkers who have envisioned a world beyond the one they lived in. Production designers who are…
Production Design master class with Christian Goldbeck.