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Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold

Client: Netflix

Creative Director Alan Williams teamed up with Director Griffin Dunne for the documentary's visual language, & opening and graphic sequences. See how Williams and Dunne graphically represented Memory and how they gave order and reason to subjects and material as far reaching as Joan Didion's own writing career.

Creative Director: Alan Williams

Executive Producer: Jon Hassell

Head of Production: Aleen Kim

Producer: Tess Sitzmann

Designer: Ana Cezeta

Additional Designs: Aaron Maurer, Max Strizich, Isabell Hacker, Sunny Yazdani

Animators: Max Strizich, Chris Colby

Editors: Rachel Ambelang, Luca Campanale

Cinematographers: Aaron Maurer, Isabell Hacker

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