Congratulations to our following clients whose projects took home awards at the 30th Annual European Film Awards. THE SQUARE, directed by Ruben Östlund and edited by Jacob Secher Schulsinger, won six awards, including, Best European Film, Best European Comedy and Best European Director. LADY MACBETH, directed by William Oldroyd, shot by Director of Photography, Ari Wegner, with production design from Jacqueline Abrahams and edited by Nick Emerson, won the Prix FIPRESCI European Discovery Award.
We are pleased to announce that the following projects have been selected for the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. Making their world premieres in the U.S. DRAMATIC COMPETITION: AMERICAN ANIMALS, directed by Bart Layton with script and editorial consultation by Jacob Secher Schulsinger; TYREL, written and directed by Sebastian Silva, shot by Director of Photography, Alexis Zabe; and WILDLIFE, directed by Paul Dano and shot by Director of Photography, Diego Garcia. Making their world premieres in the NEXT section of the festival are: AN EVENING WITH BEVERLY LUFF LINN, directed by Jim Hosking, shot by Director of photography, Nanu Segal and edited by Nick Emerson; SKATE KITCHEN, directed by Crystal Moselle and edited by Nico Leunen. In the PREMIERES section, DEBRA GRANIK PROJECT, directed by Debra Granik, is shot by Director of Photography Michael McDonough, BSC, ASC with production design by Chad Keith. In the SPOTLIGHT section there are screenings for: BEAST, directed by Michael Pearce and shot by Director of Photography, Benjamin Kracun; THE DEATH OF STALIN, directed by Armando Iannucci and edited by Peter Lambert; and I AM NOT A WITCH, directed by Rungano Nyoni, edited by George Cragg with production design by Nathan Parker. In the MIDNIGHT section director Panos Cosmatos’ feature MANDY, shot by Director of Photorgraphy, Benjamin Loeb. The Festival hosts screenings in Park City, Utah from 18-28 January 2018.