Director Michael Lange and Makeup Supervisor Todd McIntosh bring their stories and considerable talents to Whedonopolis 2016!
Buffy loses her virginity on her seventeenth birthday. Angel jousts on horseback in the streets of Los Angeles. The Watchers Council sends a young Wesley Wyndham-Price to Sunnydale. Giles and Joyce revisit their teenage years on the hood of a police car. Spike spends Thanksgiving ducking arrows while tied to a chair.
All of these moments and more were beautifully orchestrated by “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Angel” director Michael Lange. A talented storyteller, Lange has over 90 directing credits, including episodes of “Bones,” “Dawson’s Creek,” “Beverly Hills 90210,” “The X-Files,” and many more. To see a full list of stories he has brought to life, click here to go to his IMDB Page.
The Gentlemen smile and their teeth glint like knives. A vengeance demon reveals her true self as lines and creases edge across her face. Joyce Summers lies cold on a morgue stretcher. Dracula leaves a fresh mark in the shape of fangs on Buffy’s neck. Add on countless demons, vampires, minions, and bruised slayers and you might almost be able to imagine a day in the life of makeup supervisor Todd McIntosh. Six seasons and 116 episodes of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” owe their look to McIntosh and his talented team. Other notable projects include “Torchwood: Miracle Day,” “Ringer,” “Pushing Daisies,” “Memoirs of a Geisha,” and “Robin Hood: Men in Tights.” To learn more about Todd McIntosh’s work click here to visit his website