December 19, 1946 |
Canton, Illinois, U.S.
|Occupation||Set designer, art director, film director|
|Home town||Ipava, Illinois|
|Spouse(s)||Sissy Spacek (m. 1974)|
|Children||2, including Schuyler Fisk|
Fisk was art director on Brian De Palma's Carrie (1976), in which his wife, Sissy Spacek, played the title role. He frequently collaborates with directors Terrence Malick and David Lynch (whom he has known since childhood). His production design and art director credits include all eight of Malick's feature films and Lynch's The Straight Story (1999) and Mulholland Drive (2001). He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Art Direction for Paul Thomas Anderson's There Will Be Blood. He received his second Academy Award nomination for the film The Revenant at the 88th Academy Awards.
Fisk appeared in Lynch's Eraserhead (1977) as the Man in the Planet, and the film's credits give "special thanks" to him and to Sissy Spacek (who reputedly held the slates between takes).
Fisk met his wife, Spacek, when working on Terrence Malick's 1973 movie Badlands, in which she portrayed the aloof and distant version of Caril Ann Fugate. The couple married on April 12, 1974. They had two daughters, Schuyler Fisk (born 1982), also an actress, and Madison Fisk, a painter (born 1988).
|1971||The Peace Killers||Gaffer||Douglas Schwartz|
|1971||Angels Hard as They Come||Art director||Joe Viola|
|1972||Cool Breeze||Art director||Barry Pollack|
|1973||Messiah of Evil||Art director||Willard Huyck and Gloria Katz|
|1973||Terminal Island||Art director||Stephanie Rothman|
|1973||The Slams||Art director||Jonathan Kaplan|
|1973||Badlands||Art director||Terrence Malick|
|1974||Phantom of the Paradise||Production designer||Brian De Palma|
|1975||Darktown Strutters||Production designer||William Witney|
|1976||Vigilante Force||Art director||George Armitage|
|1976||Carrie||Art director||Brian De Palma|
|1977||Death Game||Production designer||Peter S. Traynor|
|1978||Days of Heaven||Production designer||Terrence Malick|
|1978||Movie Movie||Production designer||Stanley Donen|
|1980||Heart Beat||Production designer||John Byrum|
|1981||Raggedy Man||Director||Jack Fisk|
|1986||Violets Are Blue||Director||Jack FIsk|
|1990||Daddy's Dyin': Who's Got the Will?||Director||Jack Fisk|
|1991||Final Verdict||Director||Jack Fisk|
|1992||On the Air||Director (2 episodes)||David Lynch and Mark Frost (creators)|
|1998||The Thin Red Line||Art Director||Terrence Malick|
|1999||The Straight Story||Production designer||David Lynch|
|2001||Mulholland Drive||Production designer||David Lynch|
|2005||The New World||Production designer||Terrence Malick|
|2007||The Invasion||Production designer||Oliver Hirschbiegel|
|2007||There Will Be Blood||Production designer||Paul Thomas Anderson|
|2011||Water for Elephants||Production designer||Francis Lawrence|
|2011||The Tree of Life||Production designer||Terrence Malick|
|2012||The Master||Production designer||Paul Thomas Anderson|
|2012||To the Wonder||Production designer||Terrence Malick|
|2015||Knight of Cups||Production designer||Terrence Malick|
|2015||The Revenant||Production designer||Alejandro González Iñárritu|
|2017||Song to Song||Production designer||Terrence Malick|
- Canby, Vincent (August 17, 1990). "Daddy's Dyin': Who's Got the Will" (1990) Review/Film; Sibling Rivalries, Old and New". The New York Times.
- "88th Academy Awards". Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Retrieved January 18, 2016.
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