EUPHORIA
Now on HBO

Created by Sam Levinson
Kay Lee | Production Designer

TAYLOR SWIFT | You Need To Calm Down

Directed by Drew Kirsch & Taylor Swift
Pau Castejón Úbeda | Director of Photography

CHILDISH GAMBINO | This Is America
72nd Cannes Grand Prix Winner
Entertainment for Music

Directed by Hiro Murai
Larkin Seiple | Director of Photography

NEW YORK TIMES | The Truth is Worth it
72nd Cannes Grand Prix Winner
Film Craft

Directed by Daniel Lindsay & TJ Martin
Jim Helton | Editor

SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME
In Theaters July 2nd

Directed by Jon Watts
Matthew J. Lloyd, CSC | Director of Photography

EUGENE LEE YANG | I'm Gay (ft. Odesza)

Directed by Eugene Lee Yang
Adam Lee | Director of Photography

CITY ON A HILL
Now on Showtime

Created by Chuck MacLean
Deborah Moran, ACE | Editor
James McMillan | 2nd Unit Director of Photography

TRINKETS
Now on Netflix

Created by Kirsten Smith
Abby O'Sullivan | Costume Designer (Pilot)
Matt Diezel | Editor

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UPCOMING RELEASES

SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME

SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME

Matthew J. Lloyd, CSC
Director of Photography


In Theaters July 2nd

POINT BLANK

POINT BLANK

Juanmi Azpiroz, AEC
Director of Photography


On Netflix July 12th

CRAWL

CRAWL

Elliot Greenberg
Editor


In Theaters July 12th

SWEETBITTER | S2

SWEETBITTER | S2

Radium Cheung, HKSC
Director of Photography


On STARZ July 14th

ABOVE THE SHADOWS

ABOVE THE SHADOWS

Samantha Hawkins
Costume Designer


In Theaters July 19th

YELLOW ROSE

YELLOW ROSE

August Thurmer
Director of Photography

Taylor Levy
Editor


At AAIFF July 25th

THE BOYS

THE BOYS

Jeff Cutter
Director of Photography (Pilot)

Evans Brown
Director of Photography (Series)


On Amazon July 26th

THEM THAT FOLLOW

THEM THAT FOLLOW

Carmen Navis
Production Designer


In Theaters Aug 2nd

PRESS

New York Times and Nike win Grand Prix at Cannes Lions in Craft and Entertainment

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“Day two wrapped at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, and The New York Times ended up taking multiple Grand Prix Lions awards for its ‘The Truth is Worth It’ campaign [edited by Jim Helton]. Nike also won its second Grand Prix in the Entertainment category for its ‘Dream Crazy’ ad featuring Colin Kaepernick [co-directed and lensed by Emmanuel Lubezki, ASC, AMC].”

Read the full article here.

Jane Austin at Cannes: Childish Gambino’s THIS IS AMERICA Sets the Bar for Creativity

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The Childish Gambino video for THIS IS AMERICA, winner of the Entertainment for Music Grand Prix, was playing on a small screen on a wall to a few rows of empty chairs. The sound was muted and yet, I was compelled to drop what I was doing and stare slack jawed at the screen [due to the cinematography by Larkin Seiple].”

Read the full article here.

Deutsch LA Finds That Nacho Fries Fame Is Fleeting In Taco Bell’s “Chasing Gold”

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“Taco Bell and Deutsch released this mock-movie trailer titled,“Chasing Gold,” featuring Golden Globe-winning actor Darren Criss and actor/comedian Chris Diamantopoulos [and lensed by cinematographer Larkin Seiple]. Watch the rise-and-fall of a singer who makes it big off Nacho Fries, only to learn that fame is fleeting in that Nacho Fries, are available for a limited time only.”

Read the full writeup and see the spot here.

The Power of Contemporary Costume with Allyson Fanger

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[Costume Designer Allyson Fanger]: I wanted Frankie [Lily Tomlin] to be like no other char- acter that has been seen on television before. I wanted it to look like everything Frankie has is something she created or found and personalized. Either she made it or she found it on her many travels. She’s in her art studio making dye out of rusty tin pans that she soaks in water for three weeks to get the color. Lily still doesn’t totally understand it, but she has embraced it fully, and breathed life into like the true comic genius that she is.

Grace [Jane Fonda] is polished, neutral, and strong. Her color palate is white to black and every- thing in between—gray, cream, beige, and solid. We do a lot of monochromatic looks on her as well and she is utterly tasteful. We only started to bring color into Grace’s look toward the end of season one to begin to show how Frankie was bringing color into her life. I couldn’t find the right pieces for this in the stores so I began to make her colorful print shirts. The “Grace” shirts have become an essential and a staple in her look, and I still make them new, every season.

Read the full interview here.