Director of Photography, James Laxton is reunited with MOONLIGHT director Barry Jenkins, for his next feature, IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK. Produced by Annapurna Pictures and adapted from James Baldwin’s book by the same title. The film follows Tish, a newly engaged Harlem woman who races against the clock to prove her lover’s innocence while carrying their first-born child.
Congratulations to the following clients whose projects won at the 2017 Clio Awards: Director of Photography Chayse Irvin, CSC and Production Designer Carly Reddin’s work on SQUARESPACE: JOHN MAlKOVICH continues its winning streak with several awards including three Silver Awards: Commercial between 30 – 60 seconds, Direction and, Scripted-Film; Director of Photography Steve Annis’ work on APPLE: STROLL won several awards including a Silver for Commercial between 30 – 60 seconds and a Bronze award for Cinematography; Chayse Irvin, CSC’s work on VOLVO: MOMENTS received a Bronze and Silver award for cinematography as well as a silver award for Direction. Director of Photography, Jody Lee Lipes‘ work on AT&T: THE UNSEEN won two Bronze Awards: Short form between 1 and 5 minutes and Direction; Director of Photography, Jackson Hunt’s work on CHANEL: JELLYWOLF won a Silver Award for Branded Content; Director of Photography Ben Fordesman’s work on HORNBACH: YOUR PROJECT ONLY BELONGS TO YOU won two Bronze Awards: Commercial between 30 – 60 seconds and Direction; Director of Photography Justin Brown’s work on 84 LUMBER: THE JOURNEY won a Bronze award for Direction; Director of Photography, Alexis Zabe’s work on ADIDAS:ORIGINAL IS NEVER FINISHED won a Bronze award for Direction.
Editor, Dino Jonsater, has begun cutting Peter Grönlund’s sophomore feature, GOLIATH. The film tells the story of a teenage boy living in a small industrial town somewhere in Sweden who has to take over the shady family business after his criminal father gets jailed.
LUX would like to congratulate the following clients whose films won prizes at 74th Venice Film Festival: Volpi Cup, Best Actress, Charlotte Rampling for HANNAH, directed by Andrea Pallaoro shot by Director of Photography, Chayse Irvin, CSC; Marcello Mastroianni Award for Best New Young Actor or Actress, Charlie Plummer, LEAN ON PETE, directed by Andrew Haigh shot by Director of Photography, Magnus Joenck and Best film in the Venice Horizons section, NICO, 1988, directed by Susanna Nicchiarelli shot by Director of Photography, Crystel Fournier, AFC. Well done to you all!