ARRAY Crew Conversation Series | DMZ

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ARRAY Crew has launched a Crew Conversation Series highlighting the work of below-the-line crew professionals. From sharing stories from set to hiring tips our Crew gives you a behind the scenes glimpses of some of the most diverse sets in Hollywood!

For our inaugural conversation, we hear from department heads DOMINIQUE DAWSON (Costume Designer) and SCOTT DOUGAN (Production Designer) from the hit HBOMax series, DMZ. This Crew Conversation is moderated by Nicole Mabry (ARRAY Crew).

Created by acclaimed filmmaker Ava DuVernay, DMZ leaps off the pages of the DC graphic novel into the visual landscape of a dangerous and distorted Manhattan as one woman navigates a demilitarized zone in a harrowing quest to find her lost son.

Haven’t seen DMZ?  It is now streaming on HBOMax.

ABOUT ARRAY CREW: Created by filmmaker Ava DuVernay, and led by an all-women executive team, ARRAY Crew is a personnel database for below-the-line crew members with a special focus on the amplification of women, people of color and other underrepresented film and television professionals. ARRAY Crew is supported by all of the major studios and streamers, including: Warner Bros. Discovery, A24, Amazon Studios, Apple TV+, Disney, FOX, Lionsgate, MGM, NBCUniversal, Netflix, Paramount, and Sony Pictures Entertainment. Membership is free for crew professionals across more than 600+ job categories, including scripted, animation, documentary and unscripted, who are at least 18-years of age with a minimum of one verifiable production credit.  ARRAY Crew is available in the US and Canada.

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