How Oppenheimer's Sets Were Built Without CGI | Vanity Fair
Jan 09 2024
In this behind-the-scenes look, production designer Ruth De Jong shares her creative process for bringing Christopher Nolan's film 'Oppenheimer' to life. She discusses the challenges of portraying scale with sets and the intricacies of building a 360 set. From extensive research to gather detailed information to the physical construction of the sets, Ruth provides an insightful look into her design process for the film. This video features the work of director Funmi Sunmonu, director of photography AJ Young, and editor Cory Stevens, among others. The team also includes talent Ruth De Jong, producer Juliet Lopez, line producer Romeeka Powell, and associate producer Emebeit Beyene. The production management was handled by Andressa Pelachi and Kevin Balash, with Meredith Judkins as the associate director of talent. The camera work was done by Marques Smith, sound by Kara Johnson, and production assistance by Liza Antonova. The set design was created by Cedar Jocks. The post-production team includes supervisor Christian Olguin, coordinator Jovan James, supervising editor Erica DeLeo, assistant editor Andy Morell, and graphics supervisor Ross Rackin.

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