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"jessica kinder" Discussed on Decorating Pages

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05:54 min | 2 years ago

"jessica kinder" Discussed on Decorating Pages

"I thought that the Indian was pretty powerful and that whole moment where she. Reveals how she feels about her kid one of her daughter's yeah it's awful. It is awful and. And I also think the nineties is not easy to come down there. Now that I know I hate add the night. It's been very hard to sort of capture as period I thought they did such a good job. They did really well thought the design of it was great and I think the I. Mean I. Yeah. I think you're spot on and saying they captured the nineties specifically watched it unlike what did they do because I'm going to be in that world so I think the designer everything was tapping. The white painted Brown Car Coffee Table and the curtains into pattern pattern. So I don't think. I maybe you've seen her Iran's Lisa Clark decorated that I think. So in Jessica Kinder- is the production designer and I don't I don't. Interview with her and I just thought you know what? This is I really. Thought could do this such a good job. I don't know. I guess I wish I read the book. But Yeah I did watch all of that. I mean I I loved Mrs America Oh hello. rentable. Science -solutely loved and I. Talk about design thought it was on on? Yeah. I really I I loved Kate. Blanchet is so good in that type of role pop emmy season. I'm surprised they. They weren't nominated to be honest. Can say that a yeah. Am I allowed because watching, which is so impressed with a look at the they're really surprised to. The one that took their spot. Behind the bar you know but. I think I is it when we were talking though I think it was. Keynote everyone puts out there for your considerations and everything and I think. I think that hurts some shows that they didn't have it. Right. Right. So I was one of them but. I saw feature for behind the scenes on the looking to show and I just I just anyway it was great. It was really well acted. Yeah I know I remember Phyllis Schlafly but I didn't really pay attention to always young and So it was nice to go back and live st it with adult is. Really..

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"jessica kinder" Discussed on Decorating Pages

Decorating Pages

14:05 min | 2 years ago

"jessica kinder" Discussed on Decorating Pages

"Wanted to start this up and just talk a little bit about how this pandemic is going to affect our industry in at least my little thoughts about it. There was a really gloom and doom article on on deadline dot com. That came out this week. Basically of how we will have to sign away. Our lives really to work on a show and Come in and our early to be tested every day and how craft service is going to be affected and it really was very. I thought irresponsible of deadline to put out there because to me. It didn't seem whoever wrote. The article doesn't work in our industry. It it's just seemed like the worst case scenario for all of us and I don't think it's going to be like that I don't I think whatever our new standards will be. It probably won't be forever so we will have to deal with it and then once there is some sort of vaccine or however. We're going to get through this. I think you know gradually our day to day. Lives of production will go back to normal. I think yes absolutely. We're all going to have to keep our distance from each other but I don't really know how that works In TV and film and how we get things done because look my guys are in a truck picking up furniture all day. They're not going to be six feet from each other. There's like three or four of them in the truck in the cabin together. That's not gonNA happen The offices that we have sometimes I mean I'm lucky. Not on the current show. Sometimes I have four people in an office. That's ten by ten and I'm not kidding. We are like Sardine sometimes and people in trailers and the makeup trailer and people on set who sit next to each other I'll deg. They got a space out. I video village. I don't know how that works. I'm glad that I don't have to figure it out. But it's going to affect me and you if you're in this business and so we better start thinking about it The this article also went into car insurance and I duNNo. It was pretty Downer. I mean friend of Mine Denise Zini Was commented to me and some friends about it and said you know she was very positive and sort of this is a time. We'll get creative. And maybe this is. You know we won't be doing six locations day and we're going to have to change the way we make film and it'll just make us more creative and that's that's a positive thing. Maybe we'll make us more creative but the reality too is when this article says only one saw per person. That's not how sets are made and that really made me think that this person doesn't know how are jobs really are the so. I also think that we are below the line. And that's pretty essential to be taken care about us and our union's can't involved and everything but it's the actors who are really going to dominate. How this is affected in our day to day if they're going to get tested every day before they come to work. I don't know how that would work in my department. My buyer start out in the morning like at a prop house or you know. We don't don't start on the lot every day or I start at at a location dressing and even if you have a fever one day you might not have it the next or let's say two of my buyers have a fever will then what am I going to do. I'm not going to be able to find replacements for that day for people to work. It's it's really these these situations are real and I don't know how to deal with it. I mean I'm not I'm not coming to you with an answer right now. I'm coming to you with a lot of questions of and and sort of hypothesis of how we can get this done. But I know for sure that it's GonNa come down to the actors and what standard they put forth of how they're gonna WanNa work and then it's going to trickle down to us and that's what I believe that's just that's my two cents there so I have heard that on my show will start up mid May and hopefully start shooting mid June. I don't think that that's going to happen. But that's what they're hoping for. And you know I know a lot of people want to get back to work so I'll hope for that too so again. I hope everyone is doing well. I hope your mental health is staying fit and I mean knock on wood. Everyone in my family's staying healthy and secretly loving this time off with my twin boys so it's a it's a tough job. It's a twelve hour day thing but I love it. I'm watching a ship. Tanha TV and film when they nap or go to bed for the night. But that's work Wink wink For those of you not following decorating pages on social media I started a weekly bracket of the best production design Winning films are nominated films. And I'm going by decade so far I've done the twenty teens and the Great Gatsby One In the two thousands Avatar took it home in the nineties. Pleasantville pulled through. That's awesome and the eighties Brazil. And then this week with the seventies and star wars took it home I gotta say the Seventy s had the best movie poster design. I think that the cartoonish effects that they had in there and the color Palettes th really really unique and it really has like a time stamp on them. You can find the link to vote on these brackets on the homepage of decorating pages. Podcast DOT COM on facebook on twitter on instagram. You you can't get away from it so next week is the sixties so. I hope you vote. That should be fun along with this. I'm watching winning and nominated films that were nominated for best production design eight Z. So so far. I've revisited a all. The president's men be Batman see Color Purple de Darkman Gandhi. Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte. And then this week. I watched the Irishman some just writing little blogs Just remembrance of that production design and some of these films. I've never seen so it's a fun little project to watch And these are just beautifully designed films that are bringing these stories to the screen and it's very inspiring I also I'm getting A. It's getting a little costly to be quite honest because I keep buying the movies that I don't have or can't find and I love fire though I mean. It's like two clicks away from any movie you want. It's crazy it's crazy. I love it other than that. What's WANNA watching everything watching everything? I finished the third season of Ozark did tiger king under protests. Because I think it's ridiculous and I think it's bad for animals but I loved the morning show. I'm watching making the cut. Which I think is really what project runway should have evolved to. It's like the grown up version of of that. I mean they're finally giving away real money up to a million dollars they're embarrassed. They're traveling other fashion cities. It's like. That's what project when I should have evolved to. I'm sure Heidi very proud. I'm watching little fires everywhere. Which on what this shit is with Hulu? And it's like one episode a week. Just give it to us all were in inside. It's a pandemic. Just give us the whole thing I'm okay with it. I think the production design is fantastic. Jessica Kinder- I The story is. I don't know but I keep watching it. I finished the fact that last season of curb your enthusiasm. I think it's the funniest season that he's had. I finish to God in central Florida on Showtime. We just finished tales from the loop. That's on Amazon. Which is Kinda like a twilight zone but it's also It was sad. I mean I I keep trying to find like happy shit to watch but I keep getting all these sad shows. GonNa Start on Orthodox and I'M GONNA START CASTLE. Rock and I watched and I watched bombshell this week. So and my friend Prompt Mr Gay Parrilla worked on that. If you haven't heard her episode it's really good. She talks a little bit about bomb. Sean that also it was good. I could not take my eyes off of Shirley's there on I mean that make up was so impressive it was I mean and then she got her voice all like Megan Kelly. Let's go and we finished catch twenty two. Which is why I mean I watched. I'm not really into war stuff but I watched it because on this episode. We have the production designer. David Rotman now if you are watching anything great and can recommend it. I'm all in for recommendations you can email me at Kim on at decorating pages. Podcasts DOT COM There's a link to the website to type it in and hit me up and also if you have any suggestions of nominated or winning films for my eight Z. I'm open I'm such a Dork man. I'll watch anything. I'm up for your suggestion on this episode. Speak with production designer. David Grossman. I reached out David January to talk about his eighty g nominated. Tv show catch twenty two. Which is Hulu? They'll trying to coordinate interviews at that time was pretty hectic. Everyone was sort of working and trying to get it in before the awards you know. People are busy so they were like a trauma later. I hope I can do this. Fingers crossed so I reached out to him. Now thinking maybe you have some time and Luckily he he did because he's amazing and to be honest It's a pure joy of mine to do this podcast and being able to talk to someone who has inspired me which basically is everyone which is on. That makes me really lucky. I always listed other people's work and been so impressed because there's just such creativity in I don't ever think of the stuff I don't know if anybody who lives in my work and says I will never would've thought of it. I doubt it but I know that these production designers these people in the industry the set decorators. Everyone that I get to talk to just truly inspired by them now. I obviously watch a Lotta. Tv and film. I've always been like this and there are a couple movies. That have always stuck out to me that I every time it's on I watch it One of them being reversal of fortune on Aviv. You're caught that. I can never stop watching that movie. I love it but another film that I love is called once around was in the early nineties. And it's Holly Hunter and Richard Dreyfuss and it's a cute little story of woman who's like lost in her life and she falls in love with this eccentric older man. Richard Dreyfuss and her dad is Danny Aiello. And it's just a fun little movie and the wedding scene when they're dancing to fly me to the moon just makes me smile and I wanted my wedding to be like that like just that happy. I don't know anyway to my surprise when I'm looking up David Rotman. He did once around. I mean my my stomach dropped. I got butterflies. It was and then I'm looking at it. He did Marvin's room waiting to exhale. Doubt unloved. Out that's another one of those movies when it's on I gotTa Watch it and those are just my dorky favorites. He is the production designer of life of Pi cider. House Rules Chaka Lot August. Osage county fences hairspray. I mean it's it's unbelievable. This guy works. He is fifty one projects in thirty eight years. He has to Oscar nominations for life of Pi and CIDER HOUSE. Rules two BAFTA. Nominations eight art directors guild nomination and two wins life a pine chocolate. He was in Italy scouting for his upcoming project. Talented Mister Ripley. When this pandemic started and so I'm just glad we got this guy to safety because the talent there.

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