Q&A: 'Lincoln' with Production Designer Rick Carter | KCET
Q&A: 'Lincoln' with Production Designer Rick Carter
The KCET Cinema Series is back in North Hollywood!
KCET NoHo Cinema Series Info:
- $20 at the door
- Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
5220 Lankershim Blvd.
North Hollywood, CA. 91601
All screenings start at 7 PM.
The film series kicked off with a screening of the highly anticipated Steven Spielberg film "Lincoln." After the screening, host Pete Hammond was joined by Oscar-winning production designer Rick Carter, who has previously worked on "Avatar," "Forrest Gump," and Spielberg's "War Horse."
During the informative Q&A Carter talked about how the film is relevant to today's war time politics, Daniel Day-Lewis' acting method, the reasoning behind making the film, taping in Richmond, and the legacy of Abraham Lincoln.
Listen to the engaging Q&A below:
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