Production Designer Joseph C. Nemec Talks Changing the Color Palette, Working on a Smaller Budget, His Career, and More on the Set of RIDDICK

Production design is a crucial but often overlooked aspect of filmmaking. It’s the production designer’s job to take what’s written on the page and bring the setting to life, often trying to make miracles happen in a very short amount of time. While visiting the set of writer-director David Twohy‘s Riddick, I got to participate in a group interview with production designer Joseph C. Nemec. He talked about the challenge of doing the film entirely on soundstages with little prep time, trying to use warmer colors to try and differentiate the sequel from the previous installments, adapting to script changes, collaborating with Twohy, and a lot more. Hit the jump for what he had to say. READ MORE...

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