Our congratulations goes to the following winning projects at the 2018 Cannes Lions Awards: NIKE: NOTHING BEATS A LONDONER, directed by Megaforce, with production design by Marco Puig, scooped up five awards including a Grand Prix, Titanium, and Gold Lion; Daniel Wolfe’s LIBRESSE, shot by Director of Photography, Monika Lenczewska, with costume design by BRATSK, won the Grand Prix Glass Lion and a Titanium Lion; BRATSK were also the Costume Designers on MINI: THE FAITH OF A FEW, directed by Daniel Wolfe, which won two Gold Lions and two Silver Lions. Director of Photography, John Lynch, was recognised for his work with a Bronze Lion for Cinematography on the ALT-J “PLEADER” music video, directed by Isaiah Seret, and Justin Kurzel’s STOP THE HORROR charity film for Go Gentle Australia shot by Director of Photography, Ari Wegner, won a Gold and a Silver Lion.
Director of Photography, Autumn Durald Arkapaw, has begun work on director Ry Russo-Young’s adaptation of Nicola Yoon’s novel of the same title, THE SUN IS ALSO A STAR. The film stars Yara Shahidi and is being produced by MGM and Warner Bros.
Director of Photography, Justin Brown, has begun shooting Philip Pullman’s HIS DARK MATERIALS. Directed by Tom Hooper, the popular book series is being turned into a television series for the BBC.