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  • Ten Minutes With: “The Hateful Eight” Sound Mixer Mark Ulano

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    By: Marjorie Galas Imagine blending the sounds of a howling blizzard and the jangling chains of a six-horse buggy with the rapid-fire pacing of Quentin Tarantino’s dialogue.  The daunting task provided a welcomed challenge for sound mixer Mark Ulano.  He approached mixing the sounds in “The Hateful Eight” as if it was a new piece…

     

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  • Costume Designer Courtney Hoffman Discusses “The Hateful Eight”: The Suit Makes The Man

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    By: Marjorie Galas Courtney Hoffman didn’t take her interview with Quentin Tarantino lightly.  Despite clocking some prior experience with the director while working on “Django Unchained” as Christoph Waltz’s personal costumer, she wanted the position of costume designer on “The Hateful Eight,” and she knew there was only one way she was going to get…

     

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  • Production Designer Yohei Taneda Reteams With Tarantino On “The Hateful Eight”

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    By: Marjorie Galas Yohei Taneda was thrilled to be reunited with director Quentin Tarantino.  Based in his homeland of Japan, the production designer had last worked with Tarantino on his 2003 feature “Kill Bill: Vol. 1” and felt he understood the directors tastes and visual directions.  Noting “The Hateful Eight” was a western was icing…

     

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  • From “Miles Ahead” To “The Hateful Eight”: Head Hairstylist Camille Friend

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    By: Marjorie Galas Miles Davis in his psychedelic funk phase and dueling bounty hunters in post-Civil War Wyoming seem worlds apart.  However Camille Friend, head hairstylist on Don Cheadle’s biopic “Miles Ahead” and Quentin Tarantino’s western “The Hateful Eight,” found selecting hairstyles that grounded each film’s larger than life characters was a factor both film…

     

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