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Haywire (Dir. Steven Soderbergh)
"[As a collaborator] Steven is totally hands off at the beginning but if he likes something, he’ll fight for it. He’ll champion something through the whole process with the studio if he feels strongly about something. I’ve been on conference calls with him where if he feels strongly about something he’ll stick up for it and champion the direction of the marketing plan. It’s pretty cool [because] then [the art] gets unmolested as a piece of pure design.
He just lets you do your own research and figure it all out on your own and lets you suffer through all that on your own. With him, he doesn’t really art direct much. He’s pretty sharp and he knows what he likes, he’s got great taste and an amazing visual sensibility.”
- Neil Kellerhouse on working with Steven Soderbergh

Haywire (Dir. Steven Soderbergh)

"[As a collaborator] Steven is totally hands off at the beginning but if he likes something, he’ll fight for it. He’ll champion something through the whole process with the studio if he feels strongly about something. I’ve been on conference calls with him where if he feels strongly about something he’ll stick up for it and champion the direction of the marketing plan. It’s pretty cool [because] then [the art] gets unmolested as a piece of pure design.

He just lets you do your own research and figure it all out on your own and lets you suffer through all that on your own. With him, he doesn’t really art direct much. He’s pretty sharp and he knows what he likes, he’s got great taste and an amazing visual sensibility.”

Neil Kellerhouse on working with Steven Soderbergh

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