Ever wonder how the concept of hell was developed on the hit series Lucifer? That's the work of Alex Hajdu, the brilliant production designer behind the series, as well as the upcoming reboot of the fan-favorite show, CSI: Vegas, which premiered October 6th on CBS. Lucifer is currently one of the top-viewed titles on Netflix, and Alex’s production design shines in the unique sets seen throughout the show.
In 2012 Eat Play Events & Catering started as Eat Play Oakland Popups and private catering. Since then they've broadened their culinary brand to Eat Play Events & Catering, Portobela Popup and Knife Fight Gauntlet a Chef Competition.
Annette Davey, who most recently worked on the hit Netflix series Maid, is a seasoned editor who has notable credits including Transparent, Better Things, and Glow. Annette is also the editor on Lionsgate’s recent film, Lady of the Manor, starring Melanie Lynskey, Judy Greer, Justin Long, and Ryan Phillippe in a supernatural buddy comedy that follows a tour guide for a historic estate.
Being referenced as one of the best TV comedies of the year, Hacks was recently nominated for an impressive 15 categories at the Emmys. Editor Jessica Brunetto has been an Avid Media Composer user for more than 20 years. We sat down with her to she discuss how she kept the project on track even when working remotely, her editing process in detail, and about her work on the first season of the show.
An official selection of the 2021 Cannes Film Festival from award-winning writer/director Justin Chon, Blue Bayou is the moving and timely story of a uniquely American family fighting for their future. Editor Reynolds Barney talked exclusively about how he became a part of the project—as well as his challenges (and favorite sequences!)
Diversity in Hollywood is a topic that has been talked about for the last few years now. While there have been strides for representation for marginalized communities in film and TV, there is still a long way to go.
Sundance selected thriller from New Zealand, Coming Home in the Dark follows a family on a road trip whose members are abruptly taken by two ominous figures. The film initially premiered at Sundance earlier this year, and was just released on October 1.
Q&A w/ Calabash’s Wayne Brejcha we discussed about his work on the original Space Jam movie, and how flash forward to 2021 and the studio worked on a new project featuring the Looney Toones characters.