The Art Directors Guild and the American Cinematheque Present a Q & A Panel on COWBOY BEBOP: THE MOVIE (2001) With voice actor Steve Blum (Spike Spiegel) and Director Peter Ramsey (Rise of the Guardians) (2012).
Moderated by Production Designer John Muto. At the Aero Theater
Jules Verne's cinematic steampunk adventure story and the most expensive Hollywood tentpole film of its day. Celebrating the legacy of Production Designer, Harper Goff. Moderated by Production Designer Thomas A. Walsh
Special Panel Discussion:
A Tribute to ADG 2013 Hall of Fame Inductee, Production Designer, Robert Clatworthy
Special panel discussion:
Norm Newberry: Production Designer ADG Barbara Munch: Set Decorator SDSA
Tom Walsh: Moderator ADG/USA
June 30, 2013
"Douglas Fairbanks Invents & Perfects the SILENT SWASHBUCKLER."
Our panelists, John Muto, Patrick Stanbury, John Tibbetts and Laurence Bennett, have a discussion on the Iron Mask and other films by Fairbanks.
THE BOYFRIEND (1971) Production Designer: Tony Walton The Art Directors Guild’s Film Society Presentation of The Boyfriend
with Production Designer Tony Walton, hosted by Thomas Walsh. Presented at the Aero Theater July 31, 2011.
Musicals Clip 6, Footlight Parade, Till the Clouds Roll By
Agora Number of Segments: 8
AGORA (2009) Production Designer: Guy Hendrix Dyas The Art Directors Guild’s Film Society Presentation of AGORA. With Production Designer Guy Hendrix Dyas, and his Set Decorator Larry Dias.
Hosted by John Muto. Presented at the Egyptian Theater June 26, 2011.
STAR TREK: 45 Years of Designing the Future
Production Designers: Walter M. Jefferies, John D. Jefferies, Joseph R. Jennings, Herman F. Zimmerman, Harold Michelson and Scott Chambliss Clips from the television series and the 2009 feature film.
Designing for Adventure, Island at the Top of the World. Film Society June 28th, 2009.
Designing for 3 Strip Technicolor Number of Segments: 17
BLACK NARCISSUS (1947)
Production Designer: Alfred Junge
Designing for 3 Strip Technicolor Cinematographer John Hora ASC and Visual Effects Designer and Artist Harrison Ellenshaw participate in a panel discussion moderated by Production Designer and ADG President Tom Walsh.
THEY WERE EXPENDABLE (1945)
Art Director: Malcolm F. Brown
DESIGNING FOR WWII
The ADG Film Society and American Cinematheque will honor veteran MGM Unit
Art Director Malcolm F. Brown with a screening of John Ford's World War II film: