Otis College of Art & Design TIFFANY HOUGHTON Class of '08
Drexel U. CHRISTOPHER P. REDMANN Asst. Professor, Digital Media
I'm very optimistic about hiring opportunities in Hollywood, even though they've been reduced because of the current economic crisis," says Stacy Milner. "Every single day, I'm still sending people…
Hiring freezes and downsizing abound, but some sectors of the industry remain relatively understaffed.
Fresh out of college, Kathleen Kennedy landed work at a San Diego TV station producing a popular talkshow. Her future partner Frank Marshall never planned for a movie career, but his sense of…
Accurately re-create the look and feel of 1920s L.A.: That was the challenge facing (production designer) James Murakami and (costume designer) Deborah Hopper, and that's so hard to do authentically…
David Fincher's epic, haunting fable is ambitious on every level and a visual tour de force that spans eight decades and such varied settings as New Orleans, Paris, Russia and the Caribbean.
The zeitgeist movie of the year took audiences on an adrenaline-fueled ride through the crooked, labyrinthine underbelly — and sparkling Bat-penthouse — of Gotham City, courtesy of Oscar-nominated…
This witty, visually stunning adaptation of the long-running Marvel Comics series got it all right — from billionaire Tony Stark's ultramodern cliff-top Malibu mansion to the metallic flying armor…
With its heady mixture of the mean streets of Mumbai and a universal rags-to-riches fairy tale, "Slumdog Millionaire" taxed the considerable talents of production designer Mark Digby and costume…
I like doing period pieces, and they're really fun to do for all the different departments," says helmer Gus Van Sant. "But it's so hard to get it all really accurate, and great to see when done…