Casting directors Ellen Lewis and Laura Rosenthal share insights from their storied careers on the eve of MoMA's retrospective series dedicated to the films they cast.
The ABC sitcom's makeup department head Alisha L. Baijounas shares how color theory impacts our' burning Janine-Gregory theories.
Series co-creator Craig Mazin on playing "The Last of Us" video games and the perspective it gave the series.
Room Service
The director and cinematographer of the psychological thriller tell IndieWire how to make the most of limited resources.
Funereal Disease
Cinematographer Patrick Capone unpacks lessons the HBO show has brought to bear on capturing the Roy siblings in the final episodes.
Hurts So Good
"I wish that so many movies were a half hour shorter."
Set phasers to phun!
To feel like the “Trek” that viewers loved in the ‘90s, showrunner Terry Matalas and production designer Dave Blass brought back a dozen craftspeople.
Director Lesli Linka Glatter tells IndieWire about her determination to explore the messiness of the real-life participants in the Candy Montgomery saga.
Cast a Wide Net
From a nun on the run to strippers on the loose, these ensembles prove why the Emmys have an award for casting.
The Roman Spring of F&F
The "Fast X" visual effects supervisor and stunt coordinator explained pulling off one of the most exciting set pieces in "Fast and the Furious" history.
Best Costume(s) for Today
"Wednesday" plays with black, "Interview with the Vampire" traverses a century, and more first-year shows that wowed viewers with their clothes.
Thanks to a crowded fantasy/sci-fi Emmys field, several new shows are opting to compete in contemporary craft categories.
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