Director Cédric Jimenez’s World War II drama, HHhH, is released today in France. Production Designer Jean-Philippe Moreaux brings to life Laurent Binet’s novel based on the assassination of Nazi leader Reinhard Heydrich in Prague.
Sophie Becher, returns as Production Designer for season two of National Geographic’s MARS. The new series returns to explore colonised Mars years after the initial mission. As finance for the mission cannot be solely generated from government funds, the private sector is involved.
Our congratulations goes to Bradford Young, ASC and James Laxton who have been recognised by their peers for the Best Cinematography award at The British Society of Cinematographers. Bradford is nominated for ARRIVAL and James receives his nomination for MOONLIGHT. The awards will be announced at Pinewood Studios on Sunday 16 July.
Our congratulations goes to the following clients whose projects won prizes at this year’s Festival de Cannes: Editor Jacob Secher Schulsinger for Ruben Östlund’s THE SQUARE, which one the Palme d’Or; Director of Photography Tom Townend for Lynne Ramsay’s YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE, which won Best Screenplay and Best Actor; Director of Photography Thimios Bakatakis for director Yorgos Lanthimos’ THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER, which won Best Screenplay, and to Editor François Gedigier for Mathieu Amalric’s BARBARA, which won Un Certain Regard for Best Poetic Narrative. Well done to you all!
Director of Photography Hagen Bogdanski returns to set for season two of Epix’s BERLIN STATION. The new season sees Ashley Judd and Keke Palmer as new additions to the modern spy thriller series.