World Builders is an ongoing series of conversations with the most productive and thoughtful behind-the-scenes craftspeople.
We chat with filmmakers Whitney Call and Mallory Everton about why they’re waiting for the audience to tell them whether they should have made their film or not.
We talk with cinematographer Kira Kelly about her intense comic book fandom and why embracing a messy frame was the right move for this adaptation.
We chat with Ryan Meinerding, the Creative Director of Visual Development at Marvel Studios, about knowing when to ditch legacy for story.
We chat with editors A.J. Catoline and Melissa McCoy and casting director Theo Park about the myriad of unseen choices they make that help shape the vibe of the series.
Constructing an Aretha Franklin biopic around “Respect” seems obvious, but weaving its theme into every frame requires strategy.
We chat with the blockbuster producer about the lifetime of movie watching that finally put him and Dwayne Johnson in a room with Disney executives.
We chat with Costume Designer Christine Wada and Production Designer Kasra Farahani about the fashion and design that fabricate the many Lokis.
We chat with Wright along with Ron Mael and Russell Mael of Sparks about collaborating and poking fun at themselves while remaining deadly serious.
We chat with ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ VFX Supervisor Eric Leven about the many refinements that go into a Marvel series.