Project Management Award Winner - Sue Quinn

Location Manager Sue Quinn, receives the Panavision Project Management Award, particularly for her work on Doug Liman’s Edge of Tomorrow for which she achieved the closure of Trafalgar Square, in order to create the dramatic scene where Tom Cruise’s character lands a Puma military helicopter in an iconic central London location. Sue is a ‘star’ in the location filming world having worked on the Harry Potter films, Billy Elliot, Notting Hill as well as the forthcoming The Man From U.N.C.L.E. and the new Tarzan.

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Project Management Award Winner - Sue Quinn

Location Manager Sue Quinn, receives the Panavision Project Management Award, particularly for her work on Doug Liman’s Edge of Tomorrow for which she achieved the closure of Trafalgar Square, in order to create the dramatic scene where Tom Cruise’s…

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Contribution to the Industry Award Winner - Stephen Bristow

Minister of State for Culture and the Digital Economy, Ed Vaizey congratulates strategic policy advisor Stephen Bristow as he is awarded the Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden Contribution to the Industry Award

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Rising Star Award Winner - Hannah Godwin

Colleagues congratulate Production Supervisor, Hannah Godwin as she is named the British Film Commission Rising Star Award winner for her rapid career progression.

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Mentor Award Winner - Steve Clark-Hall

Colleagues congratulate Producer, Steve Clark-Hall as he receives the Creative Skillset Mentor Award in recognition of his dedication to assisting the career development of young producers and production crew

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