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Where Are They Now? Pride & Prejudice (2005) film's director Joe Wright and Production Crew 10 Years later (Part 3)

Our P&P (2005) movie's 10th Year Anniversary event here continues...

I previously posted about the main cast and supporting cast of Pride & Prejudice (2005) whose careers soared and have continued to be busy after their P&P (2005) film. I thought I'd include the people behind the scenes who made this beautiful movie happen as without them, this movie wouldn't have been made. Also, some of them are incredibly talented and you may (or may not) have
been surprised to have seen their familiar work in other award winning films. Also, director Joe Wright not only love working with his actors from P&P in his other films, but also love working with the same production crew.

See JW and some of his P&P film crew (with photos to see what they look like) and where they are now or rather what their current and upcoming films are, 10 years later after their P&P movie...

 Pride & Prejudice (2005) film
Production Crew: Where are they now?

 Joe Wright (Director)
(Photos by Alex Bailey - Working Title Films/Focus Features | Getty Images) 

Best Known for: Pride & Prejudice (nominated for 4 Oscars, 2 Golden Globe, and 6 BAFTA including a win for JW), Atonement (7 Oscar nominations with 1 win for Dario Marianelli, 7 Golden Globe nominations with 1 win for Best Motion Picture Drama), Hanna, and Anna Karenina (4 Oscar nominations including a win for Jacqueline Durran)
Last movie released: Anna Karenina (2012) 
Upcoming Film: Pan (In Theaters October 9, 2015)
In development projects: A Season in the Congo, Indian Summer, The Lifeboat, The Ocean at the End of the Lane 

Director Joe Wright poses with the The Carl Foreman Award for Special Achievement by a British Director, Writer or Producer in their First Feature Film for Pride and Prejudice backstage in the Awards Room at The Orange British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) at the Odeon Leicester Square and at an afterparty on February 19, 2006 in London, England. (photos by Getty Images)


(Screenplay)
(photo by Getty Images)

Best Known for: Pride & Prejudice (Screenplay) (2005), Love in a Cold Climate (TV Mini-Series) (screenplay - 2 episodes) (2001), The Diary of Anne Frank (TV Mini-Series) (adapted for the screen by - 5 episodes) (2009), Masterpiece Classic (TV Series) (adaptation - 1 episode) - The Diary of Anne Frank (2010) ... (adaptation), The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (novel "These Foolish Things") (2011), Tulip Fever (novel) (completed) (2016)
Last Movie released (adapted from her novel): The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (novel "These Foolish Things") (2011)
Upcoming Movie (adapted from her novel): Tulip Fever (novel) (completed) (2016)
Current Project: Something To Hide (new novel recently published)

Related Post: P&P Blog's Interview with Pride & Prejudice (2005) film's Screenwriter, Deborah Moggach

Emma Thompson (Additional Dialogue - Uncredited/Special Thanks)
(photo by Getty Images)

Best Known for: Elinor Dashwood in Sense and Sensibility (Oscar Winner: Adapted Screenplay) (1995), as Margaret Schlegel in Howards End (Oscar Winner) (1992), as Karen in Love Actually (2003), as Professor Sybil Trelawney in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) and Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007), Nanny McPhee in Nanny McPhee (2005)
Last Seen: as P.L. Travers in Saving Mr. Banks (2013), as a Headmistress in An Education (2009)
Currently seen: as Cemolina in The Legend of Barney Thomson (2015), as Catherine Bryson in A Walk in the Woods (2015)
Will be seen next in: Love Song (Short) (2015),  as Dr. Rosshilde in Burnt (2015)
Upcoming TV or Film: as Anna Quangel in Alone in Berlin (2016), as Mrs. Potts in Beauty and the Beast (2017)

FYI: Emma Thompson reportedly made an uncredited draft revisions (which she received a special thanks for at the end credits of the film) of the P&P movie's script. Here are the three scenes in which, she contributed additional dialogue for:
1. The swing scene when Charlotte tells Elizabeth she's going to marry Mr. Collins
2. At the Inn in Lambton when Elizabeth tells the Gardiners and Darcy the news of Lydia's elopement to Mr. Wickham
In the scene at the Inn at Lambton, in which Elizabeth Bennet tries to tell her aunt & uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner and Darcy about Lydia's elopement with Wickham. Keira Knightley/Elizabeth's walking in and out of the room was Emma Thompson's idea according to Joe Wright's DVD commentary.
3. "Mrs. Darcy" ending scene at Pemberley. 

Also, Ms. Thompson might have added a line or two in the second proposal scene, probably the line when Elizabeth said, "Well then, your hands are cold" to Darcy (as P&P screenwriter Deborah Moggach suspected, she said that she didn't write that line when I asked her about it on my recent interview with her on the P&P Blog's Interview with Deborah Moggach here.

Tim Bevan (Producer)
(photos by Getty Images)

Best Known for: Pride & Prejudice (producer) (2005), Atonement (producer) (2007), Anna Karenina (producer) (2012), Les Misérables (producer) (2012),  Frost/Nixon (producer)  (2008), The Soloist (executive producer) (2009), A Serious Man (executive producer) (2009), The Tudors (TV Series) (executive producer - 33 episodes) (2007-2010), Nanny McPhee (producer) (2005),  Love Actually (producer) (2003), The Italian Job (executive producer) (2003), Shaun of the Dead (executive producer) (2004), About a Boy (producer) (2002), Notting Hill (executive producer (1999), Four Weddings and a Funeral (executive producer) (1994)
Last Movie Released: The Theory of Everything (producer) (2014), About a Boy (TV Series) (executive producer - 2 episodes) (2014), The Two Faces of January (producer) (2014),
Currently seen: The Danish Girl (producer) (2015), Everest (producer) (2015), We Are Your Friends (producer) (2015), London Spy (TV Mini-Series) (executive producer - 5 episodes) (2015)
Will be seen next: Genius (executive producer) (completed) (2015),
Upcoming TV or Film: Bridget Jones's Baby (producer) (pre-production), Hail, Caesar! (producer) (post-production) (2016), Grimsby (executive producer) (post-production) (2016), Baby Driver (producer) (pre-production) (2017)

Paul Webster (Producer)
(bottom on set photo by Working Title/Focus Features)

Best Known for: Pride & Prejudice (producer) (2005), Atonement (producer) (2007), Anna Karenina (producer) (2012), Eastern Promises (producer) (2007), Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day (executive producer) (2008), Salmon Fishing in the Yemen (producer) (2011)
Last Movie Released: Anna Karenina (producer) (2012)
Will be released next: Pan (producer) (2015)

Roman Osin (Director of Photography/Cinematographer)
(photos left by Shadow and Act/indiewire 
| P&P on set photo by Working Title/Focus Features)

Best Known for: Pride & Prejudice (director of photography) (2005), Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium (director of photography) (2007)
Last Movie Released: Labyrinth of Lies (2014), The Games Maker (2014), Won't Back Down (director of photography) (2012)
Will be released next: The Rezort (post-production) (2015)
Upcoming TV or Film: The Kaiser's Last Kiss (dop) (filming) (2016)

See more Roman Osin info. and filmography here.

Dario Marianelli (Music Composer)

(photos by Working Title/Focus Features)

Best Known for: Pride & Prejudice (Music by/Composer) (2005), Atonement (Won an Oscar for Best Score) (2007), The Soloist (2009), Anna Karenina (2012), (2010), Salmon Fishing in the Yemen (2011), The Brothers Grimm (2005), V for Vendetta (2005)
Last Movie Released: Anna Karenina (2012)
Current Movie Released: Everest (composer) (2015)
Will be released next: Wild Card (2015), Hippie Hippie Shake (completed) (2015)
Upcoming TV or Film: Ali and Nino (composer) (post-production) (2015), Kubo and the Two Strings (composer) (filming) (2016)

Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Original Score - Dario Marianelli

Related Posts: Atonement Wins 1 Oscar For Best Original Score!

Dario Marianelli @ the 80th Oscars...
 (photos by Getty Images)

Academy Award winner composer Dario Marianelli in a Joe Wright/Keira Knightley trifecta film soundtrack (Pride & Prejudice, Atonement, & Anna Karenina)

(Costume Designer)
(photos by Getty Images)

Best Known for: Pride & Prejudice (Oscar Nominated for Costume Design) (2005), Atonement (Oscar Nominated for Costume Design) (2007), Anna Karenina (Won an Oscar for Best Costume Design) (2012), The Soloist (2009), Nanny McPhee Returns (2009)
Last Movie Released: Mr. Turner (Oscar Nominated for Costume Design) (2014), Anna Karenina (Won an Oscar for Best Costume Design) (2012)
Will be released next: Pan (2015), Macbeth (2015)
Upcoming TV or Film: Beauty and the Beast (post-production) (2017)

Best Achievement in Costume Design - Jacqueline Durran



Related Post: Photos|Videos: Oscar Winner Jacqueline Durran at the 85th Academy Awards 2013
 
(Production Designer)
(Top screen capture on P&P set in 2004 | 
bottom photos left by Sarah Dunne/BAFTA and right by Getty Imges)

Best Known for: Pride & Prejudice (Oscar Nominated for Art Direction category; Production Designer) (2005), Atonement (Oscar Nominated for Production Design category; Production Designer) (2007), Anna Karenina (Nominated for an Oscar for Art Direction category; Production Designer) (2012)
Last Movie Released: Anna Karenina (Nominated for an Oscar for Best Production Design) (2012), Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day (2008), The Soloist (2009), Sherlock Holmes (2009), Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (2011), Hanna (2011)
Will be released next: Our Kind of Traitor (post-production) (2015)
Upcoming TV or Film: Beauty and the Beast (post-production) (2017)

 Best Achievement in Art Direction - Sarah Greenwood (art director), Katie Spencer (set decorator)


Katie Spencer (Set Decorator)
(photos left by Sarah Dunn/BAFTA and right by Getty Images)

Best Known for: Pride & Prejudice (Nominated for an Oscar for Art Direction category; Set Decorator), Atonement (Nominated for an Oscar for Production Design category; Set Decorator) (2007), Hanna (supervising set decorator) (2011), Anna Karenina (Oscar Nominated for Art Direction category; Set Decorator) (2012), Sherlock Holmes (2009), Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (key set decorator) (2012)
Last Movie Released: The Missing (TV Series) (1 episode) (2014)
Will be released next: Our Kind of Traitor (post-production) (2015)
Upcoming TV or Film: Beauty and the Beast (post-production) (2017)

Red Carpet Arrivals at the 2013 Oscars
Oscar winner Jacqueline Durran with fellow Anna Karenina crew and Oscar nominees Sarah Greenwood (Production Design) and Katie Spencer (Set Decorator)
  (Source: Jason Merritt/Getty Images North America | zimbio.com)

Plus check out and read this very insightful article of both Sarah Greenwood and Katie Spencer in
Sarah Greenwood Masterclass
(Sarah and Katie talked about their collaboration with Joe Wright's films: P&P, Atonement, The Soloist, Hanna, and Anna Karenina to name some).

Sarah Greenwood and Katie Spencer at
Academy Award Nominees For Production Design 
And Set Decorators Panel Discussion in February 2013
 (source: photo by Angela Weiss/Getty Images North America) 

Katie Spencer and Sarah Greenwood with presenter Rosamund Pike
at the Orange British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) February 2008
 (source: photo by Getty Images)

Related Post: P&P Oscar 2006 Revisited (Part 3): 4 Oscar Nominations for Keira Knightley and her Pride & Prejudice film 9 years ago!

For the nostalgia, on Pride & Prejudice 
and Anna Karenina random set and event photos


See a full list of Pride & Prejudice (2005) cast and crew via IMDB.

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