Director, Julian Jarrold’s two-part screen adaptation of Agatha Christie’s THE WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION begins tonight on BBC One. With production design from Nick Palmer, Kim Cattrall and Toby Jones star in this murder mystery set in 1920s London.
Production Designer, Maria Djurkovic, has begun working on Francis Lawrence’s new feature, RED SPARROW. Based on the espionage novel by the same name, the film will star Joel Edgerton and Jennifer Lawrence and is produced by Chernin Entertainment.
We are very proud to represent six of the 20 Directors of Photography published in The Playlist’s top 20 list for Best Cinematography of 2016. In at number one on the list is LUX’s new signing, James Laxton for his work on Barry Jenkins, MOONLIGHT, followed by Bradford Young for Denis Villeneuve’s, ARRIVAL; Michael McDonough BSC,ASC for Terence Davies’, SUNSET SONG; Natasha Braier, ADF for Nicolas Winding Refn’s, THE NEON DEMON; Thimios Bakatakis for THE LOBSTER, directed by Yorgos Lanthimos and Diego Garcia for Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s, CEMETERY OF SPLENDOUR.
Congratulations to Director of Photography, Arnau Valls Colomer, AEC, on being nominated for Best Cinematography at the Goya Awards for his work on TARDE PARA LA IRA. Directed by Raúl Arévalo and produced by Agosto la Película, the film has received a total of 11 Goya Award nominations including Best Director and Best Film. The awards will be announced on 4 February 2017.
We are proud to announce that Director of Photography, James Laxton, has joined LUX. James is known for working with Director, Barry Jenkins on the feature, MEDICINE FOR MELANCHOLY and more recently on the highly acclaimed MOONLIGHT, which has been nominated for several awards including: Five nominations at the Golden Globes, including Best Motion Picture and Best Director, and Best Film at the London Film Festival, as well as a nomination for Best Cinematography for James at the Camerimage Festival of Cinematography.
Our congratulations goes to the following clients whose work has been nominated at the Golden Globes. Nominated for five awards, including Best Drama, Best Director and Best Screenplay, MANCHESTER BY THE SEA, directed by Kenneth Lonergan and shot by Director of Photography Jody Lee Lipes; Nominated for six awards, including Best Drama, Best Director and Best Film Score is, MOONLIGHT, directed by Barry Jenkins and shot by Director of Photography James Laxton; In the Best Comedy/Musical category and nominated for four awards is FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS, directed by Stephen Frears and edited by Valerio Bonelli; NOCTURNAL ANIMALS, directed by Tom Ford with production design by Shane Valentino is nominated for three awards including Best Film Director and Best Screenplay; ELLE, directed by Paul Verhoeven with production design by Laurent Ott and editing by Job ter Burg, ACE, NCE, is nominated for two awards including Best Foreign Language Film. ARRIVAL, nominated for two awards including Best Film Drama Actress, directed by Denis Villeneuve and shot by Director of Photography Bradford Young, and nominated for three awards including Best Drama Series, THE CROWN, with costume design by Michele Clapton, edited by Luke Dunkley and shot by Director of Photography Ole Bratt Birkeland.