Posts tagged Cannes International Film Festival
"BORDER" NOMINATED FOR UN CERTAIN REGARD AT 2018 CANNES FILM FESTIVAL!
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"BORDER" NOMINATED FOR UN CERTAIN REGARD AT 2018 CANNES FILM FESTIVAL!

The lineup for the Cannes Film Festival was announced today.  Congratulations go to new echo client Nadim Carlsen, Director of Photography on Ali Abbasi's feature, BORDER, which is selected in competition for Un Certain Regard. The Cannes Film Festival runs from 8th - 19th May.

"GOOD TIME" RELEASED IN THE UK TODAY
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"GOOD TIME" RELEASED IN THE UK TODAY

Having received critical acclaim at Cannes International Film Festival, including a Palme D'Or nomination, A24's GOOD TIME, a thriller lensed by Sean Price Williams and directed by brothers Benny and Josh Safdie, opens in UK theaters today. Starring Jennifer Jason Leigh, the film follows an unrecognizable Robert Pattinson as a young man seeking to save his brother (Benny Safdie) from law enforcement after a botched bank robbery.  

BIFA 2017 NOMINATIONS ANNOUNCED
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BIFA 2017 NOMINATIONS ANNOUNCED

A huge congratulations to our clients and films with BIFA nominations! I AM NOT A WITCH was nominated for 12 awards, including Best British Independent Film, Best Costume Design for Holly Rebecca, and Best Cinematography for our DoP David Gallego, ADFCJAWBONE, featuring Costume Design by Guy Speranza, received 7 nominations, and GOD'S OWN COUNTRY, featuring Hair and Make Up by Bean Ellis, who will be joining ECHO at the end of this month, received 11 nominations, including Best British Independent Film. Editor Jinx Godfrey cut KINGDOM OF US, which received a Best Documentary nomination. The British Independent Film Awards will be on Sunday December 10th.  

CAMERIMAGE ANNOUNCES 2017 LINEUP
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CAMERIMAGE ANNOUNCES 2017 LINEUP

Congratulations to all ECHO clients who have films in this year's Camerimage International Film Festival! Screening in the Director's Debuts Competition is BORG/MCENROE directed by Janus Metz, and lensed by Niels Thastum, who has been nominated in the Music Videos Competition with Alt-J's IN COLD BLOOD, directed by Casper Balslev. Screening in the European Panorama section is Rungano Nyoni's I AM NOT A WITCH, with cinematography by David Gallego, ADFC (a film which features an ECHO collaboration with Holly Rebecca helming costume direction, and Malin Lindholm on art direction).   

BIFA ANNOUNCES LONGLISTS
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BIFA ANNOUNCES LONGLISTS

Congratulations to the films selected on the BIFA longlists today! I AM NOT A WITCH, directed and written by Rungano Nyoni, appeared in three categories including the Douglas Hickox Award for Debut Director, Best Debut Screenwriter, and Breakthrough Producer for the film's producer Emily Morgan. Shot by David Gallego, ADFC, the film features costume design by Holly Rebecca, and art direction by Malin Lindholm. JAWBONE directed by Thomas Napper and written by Johnny Harris featuring costume design by Guy Speranza has also been listed for the Douglas Hickox Award and Best Debut Screenwriter.  Writer and director Francis Lee is listed in both directing and screenwriting categories for GOD'S OWN COUNTRY, as were the film's producers Jack Tarling and Manon Ardisson in the Breakthrough Producer category. The film features hair and make up design by Bean Ellis, whom we are thrilled to announce will join the ECHO family on November 24th. CITY OF TINY LIGHTS, lensed by Director of Photography, Felix Wiedemann, BSC was listed for Most Promising Newcomer for actress Hannah Rae.

 "I AM NOT A WITCH" OUT IN UK CINEMAS TODAY
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 "I AM NOT A WITCH" OUT IN UK CINEMAS TODAY

With her distinctive satirical voice, director Rungano Nyoni's first feature tells the story of a young girl convicted of witchcraft in modern day Zambia. Lensed by David Gallego, ADFC, the film features costume direction by Holly Rebecca, and art direction by Malin Lindholm. I AM NOT A WITCH is being distributed by Curzon Artficial Eye and was screened at the Cannes Film Festival and more recently at the London Film Festival.