Director of Photography, Jakob Ihre, FSF, has joined director Johan Renck to begin work on the five part miniseries, CHERNOBYL. The HBO/ Sky series will star Jared Harris, Stellan Skarsgård and Emily Watson.
We are proud to announce that the following clients projects have been selected for the Cannes Film Festival: Opening the International Critics Week line-up is, WILDLIFE, directed by Paul Dano and shot by Director of Photography, Diego Garcia. Selected for the 50th Annual Directors’ Fortnight section are: EN LIBERTÉ, directed by Pierre Salvadori and shot by Director of Photography, Julien Poupard, AFC; LEAVE NO TRACE, directed by Debra Granik, shot by Director of Photography Michael McDonough, BSC, ASC with production design by Chad Keith; LE MONDE EST À TOI, directed by Roman Gavras and shot by Director of Photography, André Chemetoff and, MANDY, directed by Panos Cosmatos and shot by Director of Photography, Benjamin Loeb.
Director of Photography, Sebastian Blenkov, teams together again on writer and director Lone Scherfig’s upcoming modern day fairy tale, SECRETS FROM THE RUSSIAN TEA RROM. The film, produced by Creative Alliance, follows four people in New York City through the worst crises of their lives juxtaposed against some of New York City’s most luxurious locations.
LUX would like to congratulate the following clients whose projects have been officially selected for this year’s Cannes Film Festival. In Competition are the following films: GIRLS OF THE SUN, directed by Eva Husson with production design by David Bersanetti; ASH IS PUREST WHITE, directed by Jia Zhang-Ke, shot by Director of Photography, Eric Gautier, AFC and edited by Matthieu Laclau; BLACKKKLASMAN, directed by Spike Lee and shot by Director of Photography, Chayse Irvin, CSC. Selected for an Out of Competition screening is director Ron Howard’s SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY, shot by Director of Photography, Bradford Young, ASC. The festival runs from May 8-19, 2018.
We would like to congratulate the following clients who have been nominated at this year’s British Arrows Craft Awards: Director of Photography Tom Townend has been nominated for Best Cinematography for his work on ABSOLUT, directed by Aoife McArdle at Somesuch. Nominated for Best Production Design are: Drogo Michie for E.ON, directed by Noah Harris at Blink Ink; Andy Kelly for his designs on VIRGIN FIBRE, directed by Sam Brown at Rogue, and Ricky Eyres for his work on VW, directed by Gary Freedman at Independent. Nominated for Best Editing is Adam Biskupski for his contribution on VODAFONE, directed by Dani Matthews, Cecilia Mari and Mathias Trads at Ogilvy. The awards will be announced on 16 May 2018.