K.K. Barrett

Production Designer

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Oscar-nominated Production Designer of Her, Lost in Translation, Being John Malkovich and Adaptation.

K.K. Barrett on KCRW

Her is the Spike Jonze story of love and seductive technology in near future Los Angeles. Its designer K.K.

K.K. Barrett: A Vision for Her

Her is the Spike Jonze story of love and seductive technology in near future Los Angeles. Its designer K.K.

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One of the fascinating things about the movie Her is the reaction it’s gotten -- not only from movie goers who like the love story, but from those interested in the real future of…

K.K. Barrett: Is Her a Vision for LA?

One of the fascinating things about the movie Her is the reaction it’s gotten -- not only from movie goers who like the love story, but from those interested in the real future of…

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