Radium Girls 

directed by Ginny Mohler

produced by Cine Mosaic

 

1925, New Jersey. Teenage sisters, Bessie and Jo, dream of faraway places as they paint glow-in-the-dark watch dials at the American Radium Factory. But when Jo develops a life-threatening disease, Bessie is propelled into a radical coming-of-age struggle as she stands up to the corporation and forces them to admit that they knowingly allowed the women to work with toxic radium. 

I was lucky to reunite with the talented art department from King Jack to build the feminist world of Radium Girls.

The look of the film moves beyond the traditional dusty period piece to feel contemporary, our color palette often veers into the toxic and surreal. It was a great challenge designing this ambitious independent feature.

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inspectionclosetmonitor
living room
kitchen set
1920s bathroom
Speakeasy
American radium factory set
proud to work working proud
American Radium propoganda poster
set dec inspection closet
American Radium fabricated sign
dr office built set
picture car
Cavallo house transormation
American Radium wall signage

EMMELINE E. WILKS-DUPOISE

production design art & stories