The actress and makeup artist discuss their first meeting and why they enjoy working together. "Her clothing choices are always an inspiration, too, I love her look, and I love the mix of tough, girlish, a little modern vintage," says Turnbow. "There is a whole great little thing going on, and I like that she is open to trying color." Read more
The "Mad Men" star, along with her hairstylist and makeup artist, talk about putting together one of Jones' favorite red-carpet looks from the last year: the Met Ball. "I always think of the Met Ball as the one event of the year where you can be 100 percent artistic and take the most risks," says Jones. "I give them complete freedom to do whatever they feel."Read more
The "Rush" and "Her" star, along with her makeup artist and hairstylist, share their favorite red-carpet looks. "I'm so safe with these artists. It's like, 'Do whatever you feel like doing.' I know I'm going to feel great and look my best," says Wilde. Read more
The friends share how they met at Jessica's 14th birthday party and how they created her look for this year's Golden Globe Awards. "It doesn't feel like work, it feels like dress-up. It feels like we're playing," says Anderson.
The Golden Globe-nominated actress, along with her makeup artist, reveal that she used beets to get her lip color for the awards ceremony. The pair also share how Woodley's skin benefited from the use of all-natural makeup during the relentless award season campaign. Read more
"The Chanel dress for the Globes, the white Chanel dress, that was one of my favorites," says Lee. "It just looked perfect on her and I loved it. We didn't do an awful lot of makeup, but for me it is always the full picture for what is appropriate for the event and what is appropriate for the outfit." Read more
Behind the Screen explores the impact of technology on movies and TV shows, specifically content producers, cinematographers, editors, VFX shops and artists, sound mixers and editors, technical (including R&D) roles and the post-production community. This includes products from companies like Red, Canon, Dolby and Avid to new hires in key below-the-line positions on movies or at below the line post/VFX shops