In this roundtable we are joined by Production Designer Hannah Beachler, Artist and Filmmaker Jenn Nkiru, and Director/Creative Director Kwasi Fordjour. The conversation opens with a discussion on unexpected sources of inspiration and creativity in the past year (including the sun!) as well as the spirit of continuation and exploration through one’s connection and responsibility to self. The group also delves into the act of deciding and accepting as creators, the importance of listening and finding answers within oneself through stillness, and the intentional act of creating space for one’s wonderment, which is discussed as a path for circumventing the indoctrinated societal machine of constant production. They close by emphasizing the vitality of assessing our emotional state, revitalizing so we can connect visually, and finding ways to traverse a fast-paced world while making time for joy.At the core of the conversation is the act of prioritizing curiosity, allowing for intuition to be instinct, and the importance of acknowledging the connectivity of our actions.
In our latest episode, we interview Hannah Beachler, an Oscar Award Winner and Production Designer about her journey from being a set decorator to world building sets such as Black Panther. Follow Hannah on: hannahbeachlerpd.com twitter.com/@chinchilla1970 Follow Black Film Space: blackfilmspace.com Instagram.com/blackfilmspace Facebook.com/blackfilmspace Twitter.com/blackfilmspace
Taking a break from directors to chat about two incredible production designers: Polly Platt and Hannah Beachler.Guest Co-Host: Mathilde SuissaFollow Mathilde on Instagram @MathildeDirects & @TakeTwoXXOn Twitter @tinyfilmy & @TakeTwoXXAnd on...
Hannah Beachler - Film Production Design and the creation of Marvels Black Panther
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Hannah Beachler is an academy award-winning production designer who graduated from the University of Cincinnati, studying fashion design. She has worked as production designer for movies Creed, Moonlight, Miles Ahead, Lemonade, Zipper, Hateship. Loveship, The Town that Dreaded Sundown, and of course Marvel's Black Panther where she won an Oscar for Best Production Design. Follow us on Instagram: @said_podcast
If you didn’t know, every lamp, curtain, wall color, car, and fixture is selected by the production designer and team. It can be as small as finding the right rural home in the case of Dark Waters, or building a fictional country and every single element within it in films like Black Panther. Every visual in this exercise was created by production designer Hannah Beachler. Beachler has been building worlds like this for over a decade with movies like Creed, Moonlight, Black Panther, Beyonce’s Lemonade, and her latest film Dark Waters to her credit. Now to get an understanding the anatomy of her process and design principles I had a conversation with Hannah via Skype for this informative masterclass about her creative process and inspirations.
Fruitvale Station. Miles Ahead. Creed. Moonlight. If you've seen any of these films over the past few years, then you're familiar with the work of Hannah Beachler. You may also know her for her Afrofuturist design direction on Black Panther, becoming not just the first Black person to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Production Design, but also being the first one to win it as well. She's even worked with Beyoncé on Lemonade, as well as the On The Run II tour with Beyoncé and Jay Z! In short, Hannah Beachler is definitely #goals when it comes to Black design. While we did discuss Hannah's career highlights, we also talked about her life growing up in Ohio, her early work in production design, and how she first met Ryan Coogler. Hannah also shared how she prepares for working on films, what life is like after winning an Oscar, and how she stays inspired. Hannah is definitely proof that if you do your best, it is definitely good enough! Hannah Beachler's Website Hannah Beachler on Twitter DDA Talent This episode is sponsored by Sappi North America’s Ideas that Matter program. Sappi, a maker of high quality printing, packaging and release papers as well as dissolving wood pulp, is celebrating 20 years of this unique grant competition for designers working on social impact projects. Applications are considered by an annually selected panel of top designers and social impact leaders and this year includes Sam Aquillano from the Design Museum Foundation, Ashleigh Axios from the Obama White House, George Aye of Greater Good Studio, Antionette Carroll of Creative Reaction Lab and Christine Taylor from Hallmark Cards. The 2019 deadline to apply for a grant is July 19. To learn more about the program, visit sappi.com/ideas-that-matter. This episode is brought to you by Abstract: design workflow management for modern design teams. Spend less time searching for design files and tracking down feedback, and spend more time focusing on innovation and collaboration. Like Glitch, but for designers, Abstract is your team's version-controlled source of truth for design work. With Abstract, you can version design files, present work, request reviews, collect feedback, and give developers direct access to all specs — all from one place. Sign your team up for a free, 30-day trial today by heading over to www.abstract.com. Like this episode? Then subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, SoundCloud, Spotify, or wherever you find your favorite podcasts. Subscribe and leave us a 5-star rating and a review! Thanks so much to all of you who have already rated and reviewed us! Revision Path is a Glitch Media Network podcast, and is produced by Deanna Testa and edited by Brittani Brown. Looking for more? Follow Revision Path on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Come chat with us! And thanks for listening! Powered by Simplecast. Sign up today for a 14-day free trial!
Wright State graduate Hannah Beachler did all of Dayton proud when she became the first black woman to win the Best Production Design Academy Award for her work creating Wakanda for Marvel's “Black Panther.”And she looked fly doing it. In honor of Hannah’s accomplishment, we opened the vault and pulled out the talk “What Had Happened Was” host Amelia Robinson had with Hannah just before she was inducted in to the Dayton Region Walk of Fame last year.Hannah tells us what it took to make her dreams come true.
On this weeks episode Carolyn meets with Hannah Beachler, the Production Designer for the Oscar nominated Marvel movie, 'Black Panther'. Hannah shares how she and her team traveled to Africa to find inspiration for the design of Wakanda and the many sets that helped bring the story into reality. In this podcast series, Carolyn Giardina, Tech Editor for The Hollywood Reporter, extends her coverage of the filmmaking crafts. She will be talking with the cinematographers, editors, production designers, composers, visual effects supervisors, and other leading artists that bring the magic of motion pictures to theaters. Subscribe now to receive episodes of this inspired new series that shines a light on the artists that spend most of their time behind the screen. Hosted by: Carolyn Giardina Produced by: Matthew Whitehurst Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We go behind the scenes of Marvel Studios’ Black Panther! Lorraine talks to Production Designer Hannah Beachler about building the film's beautiful African-inspired sets. Plus, Judy chats to wearable art designer Douriean Fletcher about creating gold...
#BGNPodcast Extra - The Women Behind Black Panther: Hannah Beachler and Ruth E. Carter
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Behind every great nation there are women building it. In this episode we interview Hannah Beachler and Ruth E. Carter---as they take us down their creative paths to how they created the world of Wakanda in Black Panther.Hannah Beachler is the production designer for the filmRuth E. Carter is the costumer designer for the film Edited by: Jamie BroadnaxMusic by: Sammus