Director of Photography, Julien Poupard has joined director Claire Burger on her latest feature C’EST ÇA L’AMOUR. Produced by Dharamsala, the film follows Mario, who is left to raise his two teenage daughters since his wife left.
We would like to congratulate the following clients whose films have been selected for the 55th New York Film Festival: THE FLORIDA PROJECT, directed by Sean Baker and shot by Director of Photography Alexis Zabe; L’AMANT D’UN JOUR, directed by Philippe Garrel and edited by François Gedigier; THE SQUARE, directed by Ruben Östlund and edited by Jacob Secher Schulsinger and THELMA, directed by Joachim Trier, shot by Director of Photography Jakob Ihre, FSF and edited by Olivier Bugge Coutté.
We are very pleased to announce the following clients projects which have been selected for this year’s Platform programme at the Toronto International Film Festival: EUPHORIA, directed by Lisa Langseth, shot by Director of Photography Rob Hardy, BSC and cut by Editor Dino Jonsater; THE DEATH OF STALIN, directed by Armando Iannucci and edited by Peter Lambert; BEAST, directed by Michael Pearce, shot by director of Photography Benjamin Kračun; and IF YOU SAW HIS HEART, directed by Joanne Chelma and shot by Director of Photography, André Chemetoff. The festival runs September 7 – 17.
Stephen King’s novel, THE DARK TOWER, has been adapted to film, with Director Nikolaj Arcel at the helm and Director of Photography Rasmus Videbæk on hand to lens the western-meets-sci-fi thriller. The film stars Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey and is being released across cinemas today in the USA, August 9th in France and August 18th in the UK.
Director Mark Gill’s unauthorised bio-pic, ENGLAND IS MINE, hits UK cinemas today. Editor Adam Biskupski cuts this feature that largely explores cult pop-star Morrisey as a youth in Manchester during Margaret Thatcher’s Britain of the 1970s and ’80s.
Actor/Director, Joel Edgerton is working with Production Designer Chad Keith on BOY ERASED. Produced by Anonymous Content, Lucas Hedges will star opposite Russell Crowe and Nicole Kidman in this coming of age, gay de-programming drama.