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Sun, 28 April 2013
Andrew McAlpine - International Production Designer - Sid and Nancy, The Piano, Clockers, An Education, Made in Dagenham, Love Birds, and Quartet
Andrew is best known for working as a production designer internationally on the many feature films that he has made for over 25 years.
Sun, 21 April 2013
Ron Patane - Film Editor - Fade to Black, B.I.K.E., Bon Jovi: When We Were Beautiful, Blue Valentine, and The Place Beyond The Pines
Ron works as an editor, which he has done professionally for over a decade, and has experience as a shooter, editor, producer, sound designer, and colorist.
Ron is New York based and has worked on everything from feature films and documentaries to commercials, television series, and music videos as well as short films and experimental art. Ron's documentaries include: Fade to Black, B.I.K.E., and Bon Jovi: When We Were Beautiful.
Sun, 14 April 2013
Leslie Morales - Set Decorator - Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, Lost Highway, The End of Violence, Stealing Harvard, Big Bad Love, Nothing But The Truth, Killing Them Softly, and Stoker
Sun, 7 April 2013
Beth Mickle - Production Designer - Half Nelson, Sugar, Cold Souls, An Englishman in New York, Drive, It’s A Kind of Funny Story, Arbitrage, and the upcoming Thanks for Sharing, Only God Forgives, and How to Catch a Monster
Beth gained a BAFTA nomination for her work on An Englishman in New York starring John Hurt. Beth designed It’s Kind of a Funny Story starring Zach Galifianakis and the box office hit Drive, starring Ryan Gosling and Carey Mulligan, that premiered in competition at Cannes.
Named as one of the Hollywood Reporter's "Production Designers To Watch," Beth has worked on a number of award-winning films including: Half Nelson, which won the Best Film prize at the Gotham Awards and Cold Souls, starring Paul Giamatti, David Strathairn, and Emily Watson, which was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance.
Sun, 31 March 2013
Pierre Gill - Canadian Cinematographer - Lost and Delirious, The Art of War, The Rocket, Polytechnique, Starbuck, Upside Down, The Colony