“It was the make-up challenge that comes along maybe once or twice in a generation: turning one of Hollywood’s best-known actors into a recognizable historical figure. In this case, it was transforming Gary Oldman into Winston Churchill for the biopic Darkest Hour—with that not inconsiderable challenge going to two-time Oscar nominee Kazuhiro Tsuji (Click, Norbit).” –Excerpt from our Darkest Hour coverage in Issue 130.
Want more? Of course you do! And Make-Up Artist magazine has it. Issue 129 discloses an exclusive face-to-face interview with Gary Oldman talking about the make-up process. Issue 130 contains in-depth coverage of the Churchill make-up, where the talented artists discuss the process, the experience and the tools they used. Also, see below for never-seen-before portrait photos by Deverill Weekes of the Darkest Hour make-up team and Oldman.
It is our pleasure to share this amazing coverage with you; as aspiring make-up artists we know how valuable it is to learn from the top artists in the industry. And also how important it is to commend their extraordinary work.
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