Costume Designer, Keith Madden, reunites with Director, Dominic Cooke, and Benedict Cumberbatch on their latest feature, IRONBARK. Based on a true story, Cumberbatch stars as Greville Wynne, a British businessman who helped the CIA glean valuable information about the Soviet nuclear programme during the height of tensions between the USA and the USSR.
Director of Photography, Benjamin Kracun, has begun shooting the BBC One eight-part crime drama, THE DUBLIN MURDERS. Based on Tana French’s award-winning series of mysteries, the drama is directed by Saul Dibb and is produced by Element Pictures, Euston Films and Veritas.
Editor, Adam Biskupski has begun editing Alfred George Bailey’s documentary, JIM MARSHALL: WHITE, BLACK & COLOUR. The film exposes us to the man in front and behind the lens who shot the most iconic music images of the 1960’s and 70’s.
LUX is happy to announce the following client’s films have been selected for 2018 Telluride Film Festival: BORDER (GRANS), directed by Ali Abassi and edited by Olivia Neergaard-Holm; director Joel Edgerton’s BOY ERASED, with production design by Chad Keith; NON-FICTION (DOUBLES VIES), directed by Olivier Assayas with production design by François-Renaud Labarthe; THE FAVOURITE, directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, edited by Yorgos Mavropsaridis,ACE with production design by Fiona Crombie and, THE WHITE CROW directed by Ralph Fiennes with production design by Anne Seibel. The festival runs August 31 – September 3.
Congratulations to the following films which have been selected for the 62nd annual London Film Festival: Selected for Official Competition are: IN FABRIC, shot by Director of Photography Ari Wegner, directed by Peter Strickland, and SUNSET (NAPSZÁLLTA), directed by László Nemes and shot by Mátyás Erdély, HSC. Selected for First Feature Competition are: HOLIDAY, directed by Isabella Ekløf and edited by Olivia Neergaard-Holm; RAY & LIZ, directed by Richard Billingham and shot by Daniel Landin, BSC and, WILDLIFE, directed by Paul Dano and shot by Diego Garcia. Selected for Headline Galas are: THE FAVOURITE, directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, edited by Yorgos Mavropsaridis,ACE with production design by Fiona Crombie; BEAUTIFUL BOY, directed by Felix Van Groeningen, shot by Ruben Impens, SBC and edited by Nico Leunen and, COLETTE, directed by Wash Westmoreland with associate editing by, Fiona DeSouza. Featured in the Festival and Strand Galas are: BORDER (GRANS), directed by Ali Abassi and edited by Olivia Neergaard-Holm; CAPERNAUM, directed by Nadine Labaki, shot by Christopher Aoun and edited by Konstantin Bock; IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK, directed by Barry Jenkins and shot by James Laxton, and THE WHITE CROW, directed by Ralph Fiennes with production design by Anne Seibel. There will be a special screening of episodes 1 ands 2 of THE LITTLE DRUMMER GIRL, directed by Park Chan-Wook, with production design from Maria Djurkovic and edited by Fiona DeSouza. Selected for the Debate programme are: GIRLS OF THE SUN, directed by Eva Husson with production design by David Bersanetti and, NON-FICTION (DOUBLES VIES), directed by Olivier Assayas with production design by François-Renaud Labarthe. In the Thrill programme is Kim Nguyen’s, THE HUMMINGBIRD PROJECT, shot by Nicolas Bolduc, CSC, edited by Nicolas Chaudeurge with production design by Emmanuel Fréchette. Showing in the Cult programme is MANDY, directed by Panos Cosmatos and shot by Director of Photography, Benjamin Loeb. Selected for the Journey programme is ASH IS PUREST WHITE, directed by Jia Zhangke, shot by Director of Photography Eric Gautier, AFC, and cut by Matthieu Laclau. In the Create programme MARI, directed by Georgia Parris and shot by Director of Photography Adam Scarth. The festival runs from the 10-21 October.