Issue 063 November/December 2006
In this issue:
Golden Opportunity by Ron Magid
From Apocalypto to Pirates of the Caribbean II, the accomplished and varied make-up work in each of these six films deserves to be considered for an Academy Award.
Entering the Labyrinth by Ron Magid
Pan's Labyrinth is a dark fantasy with imaginative creations because its director has worked as a make-up artist and DDT SFX put the creatures in it together.
Frosty Delight by Joe Nazzaro
The Santa Clause 3 make-up team has confidence, practice, and the ability to adapt. Their experience pays off when they encounter hundreds of elves and a major flood.
The Man Who Aged Me by Tom Hanks
Tom Hanks worked with make-up artist Dan Striepeke on 17 films. Striepeke retired this year, and in this tribute to him, Hanks reveals the milestones they shared. (Originally published in The New York Times.)
Paco Blancas by Paul Vale
Make-up artist Paco Blancas celebrates the textures and colors of skin—and he's not afraid to start over.