Behind the Whirlwind Romance of ‘Pam & Tommy,’ There’s a Longstanding Creative Partnership
Australian director Craig Gillespie creates an energy in his images that brings the emotional undercurrent of his characters to life.
He invites you into their space to wash in their feelings without saying too much.
It’s the result of close collaboration with key department heads, a dynamic that editor Tatiana Riegel was first introduced to on 2007’s “Lars and the Real Girl.” “Craig is remarkably collaborative and secure in his own feelings and ideas to not insist upon them but he allows people to interpret them where he can then say yes or no,” she told IndieWire.Riegel said their efforts have blossomed over the course of projects like “I, Tonya” (for which she earned an Oscar nomination), “Cruella,” “The United States of Tara” in part, because even though they “are very different people, the yin and yang of it works pretty well.” Gillespie has grown fond of how
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