Cinematographer Rina Yang, BSC has teamed up with Director Vincent Haycock and Somesuch for Dua Lipa "Training Season". Circling around the theme of knowing exactly what you want in a partner, the track is a disco rich celebration of assured confidence. Rina's technical camera work takes us into Dua's headspace as she veers off her many suitors as she sings "training season is over".
Director of Photography Ari Wegner, ASC, ACS has lensed Directors Ethan Coen and Tricia Cooke’s comedy caper DRIVE AWAY DOLLS which is premiering today in US theaters. The movie is set for its UK theatre debut on March 15th. The film follows Jamie who is an uninhibited free spirit bemoaning yet another breakup with a girlfriend, and her demure friend Marian, who desperately needs to loosen up. In search of a fresh start, the two embark on an impromptu road trip to Tallahassee, but things quickly go awry when they cross paths with a group of inept criminals.
Director of Photography Patrick Golan is lensing THE DEVIL'S HOUR's next season, created by Tom Moran and produced by Amazon. The series is about Lucy, a social worker with a troubled son and a mother with dementia. She has nightmares every night at 3:33 AM, during the devil’s hour. DI Ravi Dhillon investigates a series of murders connected to Lucy’s nightmares and a mysterious criminal named Gideon Shepherd.
We would like to congratulate the following clients whose projects have been recognised at the 2024 BAFTA Awards: Production Designer James Price won the Best Production Design Award for his work on POOR THINGS, with feature editing by Yorgos Mavropsaridis. Additionally, the film won Awards for Best Leading Actress, Best Costume Design, Best Makeup and Hair and Best Special Visual Effects. THE ZONE OF INTEREST, captured by Director of Photography Lukasz Zal, PSC and cut by Editor Paul Watts was awarded for Outstanding British Movie and Best Film Not in English Language. Additionally, THE HOLDOVERS, featuring Cinematography by Eigil Bryld took home awards for Best Supporting Actress and Best Casting. Finally, EARTH MAMA, lensed by Jody Lee Lipes, ASC, and cut by George Cragg was honoured with the Award for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer and Best Sound. Our sincerest congratulations to all the talented individuals involved.
Director of Photography Ben Fordesman, Editor George Cragg, and Hair and Makeup Artist Wakana Yoshihara are collaborating on the film adaptation of Max Porter's highly acclaimed novel, THE THING WITH FEATHERS, directed by Dylan Southern. The movie will star Benedict Cumberbatch as a young father who struggles to maintain his grip on reality after the death of his wife. A mysterious presence begins to haunt him and his two young sons in their apartment. The film is a joint production between SunnyMarch and Film 4.
Director of Photography Kasper Tuxen and Production Designer David Bersanetti have collaborated on the newest campaign for Salomon. Entitled "Welcome Back To Earth", the spot by Martin de Thurah and Henry aims to rejuvenate our connection to nature, as we follow a girl that breaks free from the shackles of modern city life to soar through the natural landscape.
Director of Photography Jonathan Ricquebourg, AFC, is currently working on the filming of LA TOUR DE GLACE, the next feature film directed by Lucile Hadzihalilovic and produced by 3B Productions. The story is set in the 1970s and follows the journey of Jeanne, a teenage girl who escapes from her orphanage in a mountain village with big dreams of pursuing her ambitions in Paris. She finds refuge in a warehouse that turns out to be a studio where the movie The Snow Queen is being filmed. The lead actress of the film, Cristina, a stunning woman in her forties, takes Jeanne under her wing and begins to exert a dangerous and overpowering influence over the young girl, who reminds her of herself. Marion Cotillard has been cast as the Snow Queen.
The new historical drama series THE NEW LOOK, with Production Design by Anne Seibel, is out now on Apple TV. Inspired by actual events, the series from Todd A. Kessler chronicles the fashion designers and their contemporaries as they launched modern fashion, set against the World War II Nazi occupation of Paris.
Congratulations to all our clients that have been shortlisted at this years British Arrows Awards. Nominated for Best Cinematography is Rina Yang, BSC for JORDAN by Karim Huu Do and Object & Animal, Mauro Chiarello for Henry Hobson directed PLAYSTATION, Daniel Landin, BSC for HORNBACH by Steve Rogers and Tony Peterson Film, Steve Annis for the Nick Ball directed GIFFGAFF, by Blink Films, Alexis Zabe, ASC AMC for INSTAGRAM by Vincent Haycock and Somesuch, Patrick Golan for ZARA KIDS, directed by Rubberband and produced by Smuggler, Harry Wheeler for the Daniel Wolfe directed, Love Song produced ADIDAS and Justin Brown for ORANGE, directed by Seb Edwards and Produced by Academy London & Wanda Paris.
Nominated for Best Production Design is Jonathan Houlding for CANAL + by Antoine Bardou-Jacquet and Partizan and Mark Connell for COCA COLA by Henry Hobson and Academy and B&Q, directed by The Glue Society and produced by Biscuit and Revolver. For Best Styling we have Ameena Kara Callender for QUICKBOOKS by Ian Pons Jewell and ProdCo, Kate Forbes for the Martin De Thurah directed LEVI'S for Epoch Films and Verity May Lane for ADIDAS by Daniel Wolfe and Love Song. Shortlisted for Best Editing is Paul Watts, also for ADIDAS by Daniel Wolfe & Love Song. The winners will be announced in ceremony on the 21st March 2024
Congratulations to our clients who won the ADG Awards for Excellence in Production Design this past weekend. Our winners include: James Price, recognised for his work on POOR THINGS, Francesca di Mottola, honored for her contributions across three episodes of the TV show THE GREAT, and Ethan Tobman, celebrated for his vision on Taylor Swift music video 'I CAN SEE YOU'. Congratulations to these talented Production Designers!