List of minor crew members throughout the movie franchise.
Carter Burwell (born November 18, 1955, in New York City) is a composer of film scores. He graduated from King School in Stamford, Connecticut and Harvard College. He has composed over 70 film scores, including the Twilight score. In January 2011, it was announced that he will score both Breaking Dawn films. His Imdb entry is here.
Wendy Chuck served as the costume designer for the Twilight movie. Her other works include Mr. Woodcock and The Ring Two. Wendy has collaborated with filmmaker Alexander Payne on three films, including his most recent award-winning hit “Sideways.” She previously designed the costumes for Payne's acclaimed films “About Schmidt,” starring Jack Nicholson, and “Election,” with Reese Witherspoon. She also served as the costume designer on the comedy hit “Bad Santa,” starring Billy Bob Thornton, and “Saved!,” starring Jena Malone and Macauley Culkin. Chuck won an Australian Film Institute Award nomination for Best Achievement in Costume Design for her very first feature film as a costume designer, “Country Life,” starring Sam Neill and Greta Scacchi. Her film credits also include “Strange Hearts,” “Sugar & Spice” “Auggie Rose” and “Varsity Blues.”Chuck began her career in her native Australia working in theater, opera, and television. She designed costumes for the Australian Opera Company and on many productions for ABC TV in Australia. After working on Jane Campion's telefilm “Two Friends,” she collaborated with Academy Award®-nominated costume designer Janet Patterson on Campion's “Portrait of a Lady” and “The Piano.”
Molly Craytor served as an assistant make-up artist for the Twilight movie. Her other works include Management, The Ring Two, and Into the Wild.
Elliot Davis was the cinematographer for the Twilight movie. His other works include Legally Blonde 2: Red White & Blonde, Independence Day, and Surfer, Dude.
Nicole Frank served as the key hair stylist for Twilight. Her other works include the Star Trek movie, and the television shows Carpoolers and Desperate Housewives.
Wyck Godfrey is a producer, and has produced famous movies such as Daddy Day Care, AVP: Alien Versus Predator, Eragon, and the Twilight movies. He also appeared as a wedding guest at the beginning of Breaking Dawn - Part 1. His Imdb entry is here.
Jamie Marshall is the first assistant director for the Twilight movie.
Greg Mooradian is a producer, and has produced movies such as The Fan, Drumline, and Twilight.
Michael Wilkinson served as the costume designer for Breaking Dawn - Part 1 and Breaking Dawn - Part 2. His other works include 300, Watchmen, Terminator Salvation, TRON: Legacy, and Sucker Punch. He also designed the costumes for the closing ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. His Imdb entry is here.
Nancy Richardson was an editor for the Twilight film. Her other works include Lords of Dogtown, thirteen, Selena, Stand and Deliver, Hendrix, Gotta Kick it Up!, American Violet, To Sleep with Anger, and Down in the Delta.
Melissa Rosenberg (born in 1962) is an American screenwriter for both film and television. Her credits include Dexter, The O.C., Step Up, and the films Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse and Breaking Dawn. His Imdb entry is here.
Gene Serdena served as a set decorator for the Twilight movie. Other works include Being John Malkovich, Adaptation, House of Sand and Fog, Three Kings, Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, Holes, Zombieland, and The Fighter.
Shore, Howard LeslieEdit
Howard Leslie Shore (born October 18, 1946) is a Canadian composer, notable for his film scores. He has composed the scores for over 40 films, most notably the scores for The Lord of the Rings film trilogy, for which he won three Academy Awards. He is also a consistent collaborator with director David Cronenberg, having scored all but one of his films since 1979. He is best known to this wiki for being the composer of the Eclipse score. His Imdb entry is here.
Smith, Jennifer L.Edit
Smith, Patrick ThomasEdit
Patrick Thomas Smith was the associate producer for the Twilight film.
Wood, Mary TriciaEdit
Mary Tricia Wood (born February 13, 1970) served as a casting director for the Twilight movie along with Deborah Aquila and Jennifer L. Smith. Her other works include Eagle Eye, Stephen King's The Mist, and the television series Life on Mars.
- ↑ Alex Billington (2009-04-24). Alexandre Desplat is Scoring Twilight Saga: New Moon?!. First Showing. Retrieved on 2009-05-22.
- ↑ http://web.archive.org/20090120074448/castingscoop.blogspot.com/2009/01/new-moon-casting-director-announces.html