Located in the Union Square/ Flatiron district of Manhattan, New York City, The Right Eye is a creative agency representing an array of experienced Directors of Photography/Cinematographers, Editors, Writers, Production Designers, Stylists, and Costume Designers. We are especially happy to introduce our new category for Directors/DOP’s and Producers. Our clients work on a variety of productions, including narrative feature films, documentaries, reality television, and commercials. We believe our unique vision and branding abilities coupled with our diverse roster enables us to find the perfect talent for your next production. Thomas Turley @ The Right Eye.
We are extremely proud to present the newest work from our wonderful client Koshi Kiyokawa. KIYO arrived in the U.S. just over a year ago and he has already worked on some great projects that we would like to share. On his website – you can see his short film “411” with F. Murray Abraham from The Grand Budapest Hotel, Scarface, and Amadeus, as well as some other great new films he has recently shot . Kiyo has also been working on commercials in the U.S., including spots for Canon, Panasonic, and cult beauty brand SK-2.
Simon Hawken is an internationally celebrated cinematographer, who lives and works in London and Oslo, and films commercials all over the world. His credits include Pepsi, Volvo, and Nintendo, and he’s now available for work in the United States. Click here to see the beautiful piece he shot last year for Omega Watches at the Sochi Winter Olympics.
We’re happy to announce that Tristan Milani ACS has a film being released in the US on September 6th titled Paper Planes, starring Sam Worthington. The film is released through Lionsgate in the UK, and it won the 2015 Newport Beach Film Festival award for “Outstanding Achievement in Filmmaking — Family Film.” His short, Bluey, also just won Best Screenplay for a Short Film at the Sydney Film Festival.
Other exciting news is Piero Basso AIC’s new film, Darker Than Midnight, that went to Cannes will be released in the US on June 26. Piero also worked on National Geographic’s series American Genius, for which Stelio Savante praises Piero’s work.