41 minutes | Jun 12th 2020

Episode 11: The Undeterred Craftswomen of “Barkskins”

For the sweeping limited series “Barkskins,” production designer Isabelle Guay built an entire working 17th-century village in the wilderness of Quebec. Her colleague, costume designer Anna Terrazas, worked with a small group of seamstresses and patternmakers to hand-make every costume. Both join host Stacey Wilson Hunt for an in-depth discussion of their approach to their respective crafts in the series and across their impressive film and TV careers.

For more information on “Barkskins” and all of National Geographic’s 2020 Emmy® eligible programs, visit www.natgeotv.com/fyc.

For Your Emmy® Consideration for:

  • Outstanding Limited Series
  • Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Period or Fantasy Program (One Hour or More)
  • Outstanding Period Costumes
  • And all other eligible categories

NOTE: This podcast was pre-recorded before the civil unrest and social justice reform movement taking place now in our country. 

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