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Paloma Baeza (‘The House’ director) talks about designing the distinctive features of animated feature [Exclusive Video Interview]

Paloma Baeza (‘The House’ director) talks about designing the distinctive features of animated feature [Exclusive Video Interview]

In creating the titular object in “The House,” Paloma Baeza knew it had to be recognizable in each story while also being aesthetically different from the piece in the film’s other two vignettes. The challenge for the production designer was “to come up with some recognizable features that we could bend and stretch depending on what the story needed. Each narrative needed something slightly different,” she tells Gold Derby during our recent webchat (watch the exclusive video interview above). Production designer Alex Walker had meetings with each segment’s director individually and all together to discuss distinctive features that were selected for each segment’s version of the house. “You definitely feel, even though they look very different in terms of the aesthetics… through that entry hallway is absolutely the same house, even though they’re different scales.”

The House,” which can be streamed on Netflix, is a stop-motion

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