Interview with Mare of Easttown Costume Designer, Meghan Kasperlik
The Art of Costume Blogcast
Spencer sits down with 2021 Emmy-Nominated costume designer Meghan Kasperlik to talk about the hit HBO limited series Mare of Easttown. Meghan talks about the significance of her second Emmy nomination. Then you'll learn about Meghan's approach to ensuring authenticity and loyalty to the genuine natures of small-town Pennsylvania, researching at the local Wawa, transforming Kate Winslet into Detective Mare Sheehan, and creating Mare's suit of armor through layering and her trusty Filson jacket.
Watchmen S1E6 recap and discussion with Meghan Kasperlik
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Cyclops! Sexy men in bed! Reverse Sister Knight! Tripping Angela! What a fabulous piece of television! Joining Jamie East this week is Emmy winning Costume Designer Meghan Kasperlik, talking us through her incredible creations for Watchmen, including some eye-popping Looking Glass stats!.Watchmen is available exclusively on Sky Atlantic every Monday at 9pm. Don't panic if you've missed an episode however, as they appear On Demand straight after. For more information about Watchmen and all the fantastic shows on Sky Atlantic, head over to sky.com."Previously, on..." is a series of micro-podcasts aimed at helping you through some of the most complex and brilliant television shows ever made.We would really love your feedback and comments. You can contact us on twitter @previouspodcast or email us at email@example.comAs with all podcasts, we live or die on your recommendations - so if you like this, or know someone that will find it useful, please share it with them and give us a decent rating."Previously, on..." is presented by Jamie East and is a Daft Doris Production. Listen to more of Jamie over on his weekly Podcast - The Daft Doris. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Interview: Meghan Kasperlik, Emmy-nominated costume designer for 'Fahrenheit 451'
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Costume designer Meghan Kasperlik has made a name for herself in the world of feature films after first cutting her teeth in the fashion industry and then television. Out of college she jumped at the opportunity to work with the legendary Patricia Field (Emmy winner for Sex and the City, Oscar nominee for The Devil Wears Prada). Building her resume on shows like Hope & Faith, Cashmere Mafia and Royal Pains, Meghan made the jump to feature films, working as an assistant costume designer on The Dark Knight Rises, American Hustle, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Noah and Joy before being the head costume designer on Little Accidents, Crown Heights and It Comes at Night. Her work on Ramin Bahrani’s 99 Homes brought her to the HBO movie that would earn her her first Emmy nomination, Bahrani's update of Fahrenheit 451 which made its world premiere at this year's Cannes Film Festival and stars Michael B. Jordan and Michael Shannon. In my interview with Meghan the Emmy-nominee talks about her approach to color and texture when she designs, how she's an expert second-hand shopper and some of her costume design inspirations and favorites of all time (including Keira Knightley's iconic green gown from Atonement). You can see some of Meghan's most recent work on the upcoming second season of Netflix's The OA. The Emmy voting period ends August 27th at 10pm PST. The Creative Arts Emmys will be a two-night affair on Saturday, September 8th and Sunday, September 9th. The 70th Primetime Emmy Awards will be Monday, September 17th. This interview runs 23m Opening: "Fahrenheit 451" from Fahrenheit 451 music byMatteo Zingales and Antony Partos (Milan Music) Closing: "Resurrection" from Fahrenheit 451 music by Matteo Zingales and Antony Partos (Milan Music)