Indiewire: When Film and TV Production Starts Again, How Will the Crews Stay Safe?

When production does resume, people widely expect behavior to change. ‘I think everyone will return to work with a heightened attention to cleanliness,’ said Hanelle Culpepper, who directed three episodes of the recent ‘Star Trek: Picard,’ via email. ‘I would continue the standards we put in place in response to COVID-19 before the shutdown — […]

My conversation with about Star Trek: Picard, and the current shutdown

“He was very collaborative and I wanted to create a supportive safe environment in which he could take these risks,” she explained when discussing Sir Patrick Stewart. “It paid off because Picard in this series feels like the Picard we know and love from TNG, and authentic and honest to where he would be and how […]

Watch: Interview with Gold Derby about Star Trek: Picard

“My model with it was to blend the epic with the intimate, so to always bring you really cool, epic, cinematic shots, but to always remember that the character is the most important thing with this series.”

Newsweek: ‘Picard’ Is the First ‘Star Trek’ Series Launched By a Woman Director—Here’s How She Did It

The first three episodes of Star Trek: Picard are unlike any other introduction in Star Trek history…But it’s not just the story and the terrestrial setting that separates Star Trek: Picard from previous series set in the science-fiction galaxy. Picard is also the first time a Star Trek series premiere has been directed by a […]

The Motion Picture Association’s blog The Credits writes about my work on Picard

CBS All Access’s Star Trek: Picard…has been the most-watched original series to date for the streaming service. The first three episodes of the series were helmed by director Hanelle Culpepper.