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Michael Douglas Behind the Candelabra

Bringing A Concept to Life

Cinematographer Dana Gonzales (“Fargo” on FX), production designer Jess Gonchor (“Foxcatcher”), costume designer Ellen Mirojnick (“Behind the Candelabra”), Editor Joe Walker (12 Years a Slave), and Hair Dresser Adruitha Lee (Dallas Buyers Club) share the process of bringing a concept to life.

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