Director of Photography, Crystel Fournier, AFC, is shooting debutant Director, Catherine Linstrum’s supernatural thriller, NUCLEAR. The film is set against the shadow of a nuclear power station as a mother and her teenage daughter seek refuge from a brutal attack.
Our congratulations goes to the following clients who have won Pencils at this year’s D&AD Awards: For Best Cinematography for Film Advertising Award: Tom Townend won a Yellow Pencil for ABSOLUT, directed by Aoife McArdle at Somesuch. For Best Cinematography for Music Video, Nicolai Niermann won a Graphite Pencil for KENDRICK LAMAR “ELEMENT”, directed by Jonas Lindstroem at Iconoclast. For Best Production Design for Film Advertising, Ricky Eyres won a Wood Pencil for VOLKSWAGEN, directed by Gary Freedman at Independent Films.
Costume Designer, Keith Madden, is working on Bill Condon’s, THE GOOD LIAR. Ian McKellen and Helen Mirren star in this thriller which centres on a career con artist who can’t resist one last score when he finds himself caring for a well-to-do widow.
Director, Michael Pearce’s first feature length project, BEAST, shot by Director of Photography, Benjamin Kračun, is out today in UK cinemas and is already showing in France under the name JERSEY AFFAIR. The film stars Jessie Buckley in this psychological thriller.
We would like to congratulate the following clients whose projects have been nominated for an AICP Award: Nominated for Best Cinematography are: Alexis Zabe for BEATS BY DRE, directed by Terence Neale and produced by Park Pictures, and Arnaud Potier, AFC, who is nominated twice for NIKE, directed by We Are From LA and produced by Iconoclast, and for DELTA, directed by Megaforce and produced by Iconoclast. In the category for Best Music Video, BECK “UP ALL NIGHT”, is shot by Director of Photography Daniel Fernádez Abelló, directed and produced by CANADA.