‘For All Mankind’ VFX Immerses Viewers with Deepfakes and Zero-g Danger

‘For All Mankind’ VFX Immerses Viewers with Deepfakes and Zero-g Danger
There’s a scene in the Season 2 finale of “For All Mankind,” a series that explores an alternative universe where Russia is first to land on the moon, that isn’t for the faint of heart.

Astronauts Gordo (Michael Dorman) and Tracy Stevens (Sarah Jones) are attempting to prevent a nuclear meltdown on the moon. The problem isn’t that the lunar rock is on the verge of going Chernobyl, it’s the fact that the once married couple has to step out onto the surface without wearing traditional spacesuits. It’s a mission that suggests there’s no turning back.

For the visual effects team led by VFX supervisor Jay Redd, who has been on the series since its inception, capturing the authenticity of life on the moon is a collaboration among a number of departments including production designer Dan Bishop, special effects supervisor Mark Byers, and stunt coordinator
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