KINDRED – Interview with Production Designer Jerry Fleming

Production Designer Jerry Fleming talked with our Gadi Elkon about his Texas roots, Robert Altman, Kindred and much more.

Adapted from the celebrated novel Kindred, by Hugo Award-winner Octavia E. Butler, the FX series centers on “Dana James” (Mallori Johnson), a young Black woman and aspiring writer who has uprooted her life of familial obligation and relocated to Los Angeles, ready to claim a future that, for once, feels all her own. But, before she can settle into her new home, she finds herself being violently pulled back and forth in time. She emerges at a nineteenth-century plantation, a place remarkably and intimately linked with Dana and her family. An interracial romance threads through Dana’s past and present, and the clock is ticking as she struggles to confront secrets she never knew ran through her blood, in this genre-breaking exploration of the ties that bind.

Jerry and I talked about his amazing beginning working on multiple Robert Altman sets, working in Atlanta area, and of course the amazing work that went into KINDRED.

Here is our Interview with Production Designer Jerry Fleming:

For more info on KINDRED.

Written By
More from Gadi Elkon
NTXVetFest – SURVIVING HOME – Interview with Co-Director Matthew Moul
This Thursday through Saturday is the first annual North Texas VETFEST.  The...
Read More
0 replies on “KINDRED – Interview with Production Designer Jerry Fleming”