Hardwicke, Catherine
April 2005
Millimeter;Apr2005, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p70
Trade Publication
Relates the experience of production designer-turned-director Catherine Hardwicke in creating the film "Lords of Dogtown." Lesson learned by the director from her first major studio film; Accounts on the experience of Hardwicke as a production designer; Effort of Hardwicke to capture the condition of the legendary Z-Boys of Venice Beach in the 1970s.


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