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MARCH 2022

On February 18th Production Designer Florencia Martin and her Babylon Art Dept. were honored with the award for Best Production Design for a Period Film at the Art Directors Guild Awards. On February 19th Ms. Martin and Set Decorator Anthony Carlino won Best Production Design at the BAFTA Awards in London, (the UK Oscars). Babylon is also up for Best Production Design of the Year at the Oscars on March 12th. On Jan. 17th the film won the U.S. Critics Choice Award for Production Design.

Director Damien Chazelle's tale of Hollywood as the silent era gives way to sound. Working with Production Designer Florencia Martin, this was my best opportunity in years, and certainly one of the most fun as I collaborated with the talented illustrators Sarah Deck, Steven Chorney, David. M. Brinley, Jules Kmetzo, David Palumbo, Richard Hankins and Babylon Unit Photographer Scott Garfield on the featured images of stars Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Jovan Adepo, Li Jun Li and Eric Roberts.

Now In Theaters
80 For Brady - Opening Feb. 3, 2023 - A comedy centered on four Boston area friends in their early 80's who are rabid New England Patriots fans, and especially so of Quarterback Tom Brady. When one of them wins a contest enabling them all to attend the 2017 Super Bowl in Houston the ladies get to have quite the adventure and prove pivotal to the outcome of the game. The film stars Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Sally Field and Rita Moreno, along with Harry Hamlin, Sarah Gilbert, Glynn Turman, Sally Kirkland, Bob Balaban and Tom Brady.

The Boston Strangler - Steaming on Hulu March 17th - A new film version of the story focusing on the reporters who broke the story of the Boston Strangler, and who raise hard questions as to whether or not Albert De Salvo was solely responsible for the terror unleashed on the people of Boston in the early 1960s. The film is written and directed by Matt Rusk and stars Keira Knightly as Boston Record-American reporter Loretta McLaughlin and Carrie Coon as her writing partner Jean Cole. Other cast members include, Chris Cooper, Luke Kirby, Morgan Spector and David Dastmalchian.

MRS. DAVIS - Streaming on Peacock April 21st - Faith versus technology. Follows an epic battle of biblical and binary proportions (and it's really wacky!). From executive producer Damon Lindelof and showrunner Tara Hernandez; directed by Owen Harris and Alethea Jones. Starring Betty Gilpen, Jake McDorman, Margo Martindale, Andy McQueen, Ben Chaplin, Katja Herbers, Elizabeth Marvel, Davis Arquette, Chris Diamantopolous