Box Office Hits

“Journal 64: A Purity of Vengance” directed by Christoffer Boe with Cinematography by Jacob Moller smashed the box office with the highest grossing weekend record for a Danish film with a €39,000,000 opening.

 

JOURNAL 64 directed by Christoffer Boe

Director of Photography – Jacob Moller 

Camerimage Nominees 2018

This year’s Camerimage Festival recognizes some of our cinematographers for their exemplary work!

 

 

 

 

 

Florence + The Machine “Hunger”  directed by AG Rojas

Director of Photography – Evan Prosofsky

Lykke Li “Hard Rain” directed by Anton Tammi

Director of Photography – Mathieu Plainfosse 

Moses Sumney “Quarrel” directed by Allie Avital & Moses Sumney

Director of Photography – Sy Turnbull 

Sevdaliza “Shahmaran” directed by Emmanuel Adjei

Director of Photography – Paul Ozgur

‘ROMA’ Seizes Golden Lion as ‘THE NIGHTINGALE’ Takes Home Grand Jury Prize at Venice 2018

A big round of applause to Anna Terrazas and Alex Holmes whose films won the top awards at the 75th Venice International Film Festival! Anna designed the costumes for the critically acclaimed Roma, which walked away with the Golden Lion for Best Film.  With production design by Alex, The Nightingale followed closely, landing the Grand Jury Prize.

IN COMPETITION:

“Roma” directed by Alfonso Cuarón

Costume Designer – Anna Terrazas

“The Nightingale” directed by Jennifer Kent

Production Designer  Alex Holmes

EMMY WINNER 2018

Christian Sprenger nabs the Emmy for his outstanding cinematography on FX’s ‘Atlanta’ at the Creative Emmys this past weekend! ‘Atlanta’ is the most nominated comedy series with 16 Emmys this year. Congratulations, Christian!

Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour):

 

“Atlanta” (Season 2, Episode 6: “Teddy Perkins”)           – Directed by Hiro Murai

Director of Photography – Christian Sprenger

 

Tiff 2018

Congratulations to our clients whose films have been officially selected for the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival!

GALA PRESENTATIONS:

A Star is Born directed by Bradley Cooper | Editor – Jay Cassidy, ACE

 The Hate U Give” directed by George Tillman, Jr. | Editor – Craig Hayes

CONTEMPORARY WORLD CINEMA:

Black 47” directed by Lance Daly | Director of Photography  Declan Quinn, ASC

MASTERS:

Loro” directed by Paolo Sorrentino | Director of Photography  Luca Bigazzi

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS:

Boy Erased” directed by Joel Edgerton | Production Designer  Chad Keith

Dogman” directed by Matteo Garrone | Costume Designer  Massimo Cantini Parrini

“A Faithful Man” directed by Louis Garrel |Production Designer  Jean Rabasse, ADC

Giant Little Onesdirected by Chloé Zhao | Director of Photography  Guy Godfree, CSC  

Production Designer – Zosia Mackenzie

“Greta” directed by Neil Jordan | Production Designer – Anna Rackard

Mid90sdirected by Neil Jordan | Director of Photography – Christopher Blauvelt

The Old Man & The Gundirected by David Lowery

Director of Photography – Joe Anderson

Romadirected by Alfonso Cuarón | Costume Designer – Anna Terrazas

Wildlife” directed by Paul Dano | Editor – Louise Ford

MIDNIGHT MADNESS:

Climaxdirected by Gaspar Noé | Production Designer  Jean Rabasse, ADC

“The Standoff at Sparrow Creek” directed by Henry Dunham

Director of Photography  Jackson Hunt

PLATFORM:

“Her Smell” directed by Alex Ross Perry | Director of Photography   Sean Price Williams

DISCOVERY:

Blind Spotdirected by Tuva Novotny | Director of Photography   Jonas Alarik

TIFF DOCS:

Ghost Fleet directed by Shannon Service & Jeffrey Waldron | Editor –  Elisa Bonora

SHORT CUTS:

“The Field” directed by Sandhya Suri | Director of Photography  Benoit Soler

“Good Boy” directed by Fantavious Fritz | Director of Photography  Bobby Shore, CSC

“Lou” directed by Clara Balzary | Director of Photography  Christopher Blauvelt

WAVELENGTHS:

“I Hope I’m Loud When I’m Dead” directed by Beatrice Gibson

Director of Photography  Sean Price Williams

MACGREGOR WINS BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY AT INTERNATIONAL MOTOR FILM AWARDS

Our congratulations to MacGregor for winning Best Cinematography for Pennzoil ‘Exorcising the Demon’ at this year’s International Motor Film Awards in London!

Pennzoil “Exorcising the Demon” – Directed by Ozan Biron

Director of Photography – MacGregor

EMMY NOMINATIONS 2018

Congratulations to Christian Sprenger, who has been nominated twice for the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards!

Outstanding Cinematography For A Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour):

 

“Atlanta” (Season 2, Episode 6: “Teddy Perkins”)           – Directed by Hiro Murai

Director of Photography – Christian Sprenger

 

 

 

“Glow” (Pilot) – Directed by Jesse Peretz

Director of Photography – Christian Sprenger

CANNES LIONS 2018

Congratulations to Franz Lustig and Simon Chaudoir, who won Silver and Bronze Lions for their achievements in Cinematography at the Cannes Lions 2018 Festival!

 “Apple: Sway” – Directed by Sam Brown (Silver Lion)

Director of Photography – Franz Lustig 

 

 

 

“Diesel: Go With The Flaw” – Directed by François Rousselet (Silver Lion)

Director of Photography – Simon Chaudoir

 

 

 

“Diesel: Keep The World Flawed” – Directed by François Rousselet (Bronze Lion)

Director of Photography – Simon Chaudoir

Simon Chaudoir and Stuart Winecoff recognized at the 2018 D&AD Awards

Congratulations to Simon Chaudoir and Stuart Winecoff for their achievements in Cinematography at the 2018 D&AD Awards!

“Diesel: Keep the World Flawed” – Directed by François Rousselet

Director of Photography – Simon Chaudoir

 

 

 

Jay-Z “Smile” – Directed by Miles Jay

Director of Photography – Stuart Winecoff

Benoit Soler wins Gold for Best Cinematography at the Creative Circle Awards

Congratulations to Benoit Soler for winning Gold for Best Cinematography with Oxfam: The Heist No One is Talking About at the 2018 Creative Circle Awards!

 

“Oxfam” – Directed by Tom Green

Director of Photography – Benoit Soler