Chris Barber



Chris works in the Art Dept for Film & TV as a Key Graphic Designer

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Fountain Of Youth

Key Graphic Designer
Feature

Estranged siblings (John Krasinski, Natalie Portman) join forces to seek the fountain of youth, using historical clues, they embark on an epic quest filled with adventure (Domhnall Gleeson, Carmen Ejogo).

Post-Production


In The Grey

Key Graphic Designer
Feature

Two extraction specialists (Henry Cavill, Jake Gyllenhaal) have to designate a route of escape for a senior negotiator (Eiza González, Rosamund Pike, Fisher Stevens).

Post-Production


Scoop

Key Graphic Designer
Feature

Based on real events, BBC Newsnight secure the 2019 televised interview between Prince Andrew (Rufus Sewell) and Emily Maitlis (Gillian Anderson).
★★★★★
“Grips consistently as a revolving study in personalities.”
The Telegraph



The Gentlemen

Key Graphic Designer
TV Series 1 (Episodes 1 & 2) 
Eddie (Theo James) inherits his father’s estate only to discover that it is sitting on top of an illegal drug empire. (Kaya Scodelario, Giancarlo Esposito, Peter Serafinowicz, Ray Winstone).
★★★☆☆
“Knowing ludicrousness and humour-flecked, blood-splattered action.”
The Times 



Culprits

Key Graphic Designer
TV Series 1 (Episodes 1 to 8)

After a heist, the crew have gone their separate ways, but several years later they are being targeted one-by-one by a killer (Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, Gemma Arterton, Eddie Izzard).
★★★★☆
“The lurid amorality of this world is rendered in graphic-novel boldness.”
The Guardian




Fifteen Love

Graphic Designer
TV Series 1 (Episodes 1 to 6)

After Justine (Ella Lily Hyland) reaches the French Open as a teenager and suffers a career ending injury she makes an allegation against her former coach (Aidan Turner).
★★★★☆
“An effective study of how deeply truth can be obscured by unpalatable parts of it.”
The Guardian



Words Of War

Graphic Designer (UK Unit)
Feature
Based on real events, journalist Anna Politkovskaya's (Maxine Peake) brave crusade for an independent voice inside Vladimir Putin's Russia. (Ciarán Hinds, Jason Isaacs).

Post-Production




The Strays

Graphic Designer
Feature

The perfect life of a middle class woman (Ashley Madekwe) begins to unravel with the arrival of two shadowy figures (Jorden Myrie, Bukky Bakray) in her town (Justin Salinger, Maria Almeida, Samuel Small).
★★★☆☆
“Moments of satire land with real oomph... bringing to life a woman forced to scratch the itch of her own flawless surfaces.”
The Times



Red Rose

Graphic Designer
TV Series 1 (Episodes 1 to 5)


Rumours circulate amongst a group of teenage friends of a phone app offering rewards in return for taking on increasingly dangerous challenges (Isis Hainsworth, Amelia Clarkson, Harry Redding, Natalie Blair, Ellis Howard).
★★★★☆
“Explores the very darkest depths of social media.”
The Independent




This Is Going To Hurt

Graphic Designer
TV Series 1 (Episodes 1 to 4)
An entitled and pompous junior doctor (Ben Whishaw) misfires his way through the obstetrics and gynaecology wards of a London hospital in 2006 (Ambika Mod, Alex Jennings).
Best Editing & Best Leading Actor.
BAFTA TV Awards
Best Director & Best Mini-Series.
BAFTA TV Nominations



The Eternal Daughter

Graphic Designer
Feature


Julie and her mother Rosalind (both played by Tilda Swinton) must confront long-buried secrets when they return to their former family home that has become a vacant hotel (Carly-Sophia Davies, Joseph Mydell).
★★★★☆
“There’s real intimacy and emotional generosity to this psychological mystery... about the enigma of your parents’ lives.”
The Guardian




Ali & Ava

Graphic Designer
Feature


Both lonely for different reasons, Ava (Claire Rushbrook) and Ali (Adeel Akhtar) find each other and sparks fly despite the intricacies of age, race, class and expectations of family and community.
Best Leading Actor
& Outstanding British Film of the Year
BAFTA Film Nominations




The Souvenir Part II

Graphic Designer
Feature

In the 1980s a young film student Julie (Honor Swinton Byrne) becomes romantically involved with Anthony (Tom Burke) a complicated and untrustworthy man (Tilda Swinton, Richard Ayoade, Ariane Labed, Charlie Heaton).
★★★★★
“Luminous self-portrait of the film-maker as a young woman: metatextual, confessional and autobiographical... a rich and mysterious film.”
The Guardian




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