How ‘Asteroid City’ Production Designer Creates the Worlds of Wes Anderson | Vanity Fair

Production designer Adam Stockhausen shows us how he brings sets to life for Wes Anderson’s iconic films like ‘The Budapest Hotel,’ ‘The French Dispatch’ and ‘Asteroid City.’ How do you get the retro look and feel of the Luncheonette scene? How do you portray depth and richness in each shot? How can you make sets “float” for the insides to be seen and be as light as possible? From ample research to gather all the intricate details to physically bringing the sets to life, Adam takes us through his genius process of production design. 

Asteroid City premieres June 16th

Director: Adam Lance Garcia
Director of Photography: Zach Eisen
Editor: Michael Suyeda
Guest: Adam Stockhausen
Producer: Frank Cosgriff
Line Producer: Romeeka Powell
Associate Producer: Rafael Vasquez
Production Manager: Natasha Soto-Albors
Production Coordinator: Jamal Colvin
Talent Booker: Meredith Judkins
Camera Operator: Brad Wickham
Gaffer: Niklas Moller
Audio Engineer: Sean Paulsen
Production Assistant: Amanda Broll
Art Department: Jeremy D. Myles
Post Production Supervisor: Edward Taylor
Post Production Coordinator: Jovan James
Supervising Editor: Kameron Key
Assistant Editor: Courtney Karwal

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