The X-Files: The Truth Is Out There

Creator Chris Carter, Writer-Director Vince Gilligan, & Production Designer Corey Kaplan In Person! Co-presented by the Art Directors Guild Film Society and sponsored by The Hollywood Reporter.

Program begins with a presentation on the art and design of “The X-Files.”

Following, marking the 20th anniversary of the remarkable television series “The X-Files,” we screen two notable episodes. Season 7’s “Je Souhaite” (2000, 44 min.), whose title translates to “I Wish” and features a 500-year-old genie, was written and directed by Vince Gilligan. Season 6's “Triangle,” (1998, 44 min.), a mix of time travel and WWII intrigue set on a 1939 ocean liner, was written and directed by Chris Carter. Both episodes were designed by the ADG's Corey Kaplan.

Discussion following the episodes with series production designer Corey Kaplan (“Scandal,” “Cold Case,” “Robbery Homicide Division”), writer-producer-director Vince Gilligan (“Breaking Bad,” “The Lone Gunmen,” “Harsh Realm” ) and creator-writer-producer-director Chris Carter (“The Lone Gunmen,” “Harsh Realm,” “Millennium” ), moderated by production designer John Muto (HOME ALONE, RIVER’S EDGE, TERMINATOR 2 3-D).

 
 
FONTE: American Cinemateque (USA)

 

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