Film

Nebula meets Supernova

Nebula from Guardians of the Galaxy body paint for Supernova Sydney 2016. I sculpted the head piece and glued on over the top of a pre dyed bald cap. Body painting and airbrushed.https://www.facebook.com/Amanda-Rieck-Sydney-Makeup-Artist-225459380832154/?hc_ref=PAGES_TIMELINE Check out the Kapow interview on my page and you will see the work in action.
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Zombies meet Supernova

I have always loved zombies the more gory the better. I took a face cast of my model and then sculpted a piece. Made out of silicone I pre painted my piece and applied. Dirty and bloodied the clothes and hair also.
This was at supernova 2016 Sydney. Fun timeshttps://www.facebook.com/Amanda-Rieck-Sydney-Makeup-Artist-225459380832154/ Check out Kapow Video link on my facebook page!

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Wyrmwood

I had an awesome time working with HOD Lisa Cotterill and her team of makeup artists for promotional days for the film Wyrmwood. It was so much fun, Lots of Blood!

Lisa has put a lot of effort in designing all the zombies and sculpting all prosthetics pieces used throughout the film.

What a great Australian Film, A must see Wyrmwood

HOD – Lisa Cotterill

Prosthetics sculpted by – Lisa Cotterill

Application of Prosthetics and Painting – Amanda Rieck

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Fell- Short Film Screening Flickerfest 2015 Bondi

Congratulations to the  Fell team once again of Fell short film. This short film has already won two awards and is being excepted in film festivals around the world. It was such a great day catching up with the cast and crew at Flickerfest Bondi. It was great energy being in a room with some amazing and talented industry professionals. Looking forward to Flickerfest again next year. Well done Fell Cast and Crew , Little Red Ballon Productions and Troop Productions.

 

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Unbroken Film

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Im very proud to announce that I worked on the film Unbroken. This film was directed my Angelina Jolie. It was shot over in Australia, Queensland and NSW. I worked on it when it was being shot in  NSW. I had  such an amazing time working with some amazing artists and creative professionals.

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The Smoker – Short Film

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I had the pleasure to work with some new people just recently. I got offered a cool new script doing some fx makeup which is right up my alley. Shot over a few days and with a small crew we produced an amazing little short film.  The priest I used a bald cap and latex and tissue, colouring to make it look singed and burned. The second actor had less burns. I used gelatine and my favourite illustrator pallets. Thanks again to Sarah Iversen my makeup assistant for helping me out once again. Well done to Phil Wittmer Films for putting together a great short film. Till the next one …….

 

 

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Epic Cat Video Short Film

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Once again I got to work with Little Red Balloon Films and Troop Productions. Fell was there previous short film. My brief was 5 humans and transform them into cats…. and to be as realistic as possible. My amazing actors were all based in Brisbane whilst I was in Sydney. Many nights were spent researching products, prosthetics, and transforming my own face into different coloured cats. I worked very closely with my two makeup assistants Beck Gardiner and Katrina Anger.

I ended up ordering my prosthetics from North Fur in Canada. Using a combination of prosthetic paints airbrushed and wolfe colours brushed on creating texture. My actors were all so excited for the opportunity to transform. Each actor being in the makeup chair for nearly 3 1/2 hrs. I think they loved every minute as much as the makeup team. A special thanks to Beck and Katrina, I couldn’t have done it without you both. Lauren Brown and Keiran Brice a special thanks for allowing my contribution to the film and for pushing my creative limits even when I felt like I had hit the wall. You pushed me further to be able to deliver past my expectations. This is a very proud moment in my career. Looking forward to the next film……

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