A pioneer in music video, Michael Lindsay-Hogg directed music videos for The Rolling Stones, for The Who and The Beatles and also their legendary LET IT BE documentary. He directed the award-winning GRACELAND with Paul Simon in Zimbabwe. On stage, Mr. Lindsay-Hogg directed the original production of AGNES OF GOD on Broadway and THE NORMAL HEART at the Public Theater in New York. He earned a Tony Nomination for Best Director with WHOSE LIFE IS IT ANYWAY?
Mr. Lindsay -Hogg’s film and television credits include Tom Stoppard’s PROFFESIONAL FOOL and Graham Greene’s DR. FISHER OF GENEVA as well as BRIDESHEAD REVISTED (co-director) all of which earned him recognition as Best Director by BAFTA. He also directed RUNNING MATES with Diane Keaton and Ed Harris for HBO. Mr. Lindsay Hogg wrote and directed THE OBJECT OF BEAUTY WITH John Malkovich and Andie MacDowell which won Best Picture and Best Director awards at the Cairo International Film Festival. FRANKIE STARLIGHT with Anne Paril-laud, Gabriel Byrne and Matt Dillon was released by Fine Line in 1995. It was voted by Jeffery Lyons and Siskel & Ebert as one of their Top 1 pictures of the year.
In 1996, The New York Film Festival chose Mr. Lindsay-Hogg’s never before seen THE ROLLING STONES ROCK AND ROLL CIRCUS as a Special Event for the Festival, which sold out an unprecedented 10 screenings. His Polygram film Guy, starring Vincet D’Onofrio was released at the end of 1997, and was named one of the years Ten Best by LA Weekly. His film of WAITING FOR GODOT was part of the Beckett series which won the award for Best TV Drama on the prestigious British arts program The South Bank Show.
He has had shows of his paintings and drawings in Los Angeles and London and another opens in Paris in October 2019.
His first memoir, ‘Luck and Circumstance’ was published by AA Knopf. He is currently writing a second.
ANTHONY B. RICHMOND A.S.C., B.S.C.
(Director of Photography)
Anthony B. Richmond, A.S.C. and B.S.C. is an accomplished Cinematographer whose career spans well over five decades. His most recent credits include: Good Luck Chuck; The Comebacks; Shade; Havana Nights; Legally Blond; Ravenous; Men Of Honor; The Sweetest Thing; Someone Like You; Just Friends; John Tucker Must Die; Autopsy; Sex and Lies in Sin City; The Rocker; Alvin the Squeakquel; Coffee Town; as well as The Assets for Peter Medak.
Born and raised in London, Richmond literally worked his way up through the ranks to his current position of Director of Photography. He began at the age of 16 as a messenger with Associate British Cinemas and later with Pathe-News, where he was promoted to the camera department. He next worked as Assistant Cameraman on such films as: Call Me Bwana; From Russia with Love; Devil-Ship Pirates; The Gorgan; A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum; Truffaut’s Fahrenheit 451 and David Leans’s Dr. Zhivago.
Richmond served as focus-puller on Casino Royale and on Far From the Madding Crowd for Director John Schlesinger - whom he also later served as Cinematographer of the documentary Israel: A Right To Live made just days after the Six-Day War. Shortly afterwards, Richmond began to work as Director of Photography on feature films; his first in 1967 Only When I Larf directed by Basil Dearden.
This award-winning Cinematographer has had numerous collaborations with Director Nicolas Roeg, lensing five of his films: Don’t Look Now - for which Richmond won the prestigious BAFTA award; The Man Who Fell To Earth; Bad Timing; Heart Of Darkness; and Full Body Massage for Showtime. Some of Richmond’s other credits include: The Sandlot; Candyman; Stardust for Michael Apted; Playing God; Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights; Rough Riders for John Milius; Silver Bears for Ivan Passer, That’s Life and Sunset for Blake Edwards; The Eagle Has Landed for John Sturges; and The Greek Tycoon for J. Lee Thompson. He also served as DP on Tony Goldwin’s directorial debut Walk On The Moon, Sean Penn’s directorial debut Indian Runner, and Anjelica Houston’s directorial debut Bastard Out Of Carolina, and collaborated again with her on: Agnes Brown and Riding The Bus With My Sister.
Richmond was also responsible for photography on the seminal British music scene of the late 60’s. He shot the Rolling Stones classic, Sympathy For The Devil for Jean-Luc Godard, with which he then collaborated with Michael Lindsey Hogg on The Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus and the Beatles Let It Be. His other rock and roll credits include: the Who’s The Kids Are Alright, as well as the Documentary Glastonbury Fayre.
For the last two years, as Faculty Chair of the Cinematography Department at The New York Film Academy in Burbank, Anthony has taught the next generation of Cinematographers and frequently collaborates with Vendors and the outside community to development lasting relationships between his students and industry professionals. He relishes mentoring aspiring filmmakers and looks forward to meeting with students to discuss their needs on upcoming projects
In addition, as an accomplished Cinematographer, Anthony is a member of the Academy Motion Picture Arts & Sciences (A.M.P.A.S), British Academy of Film & Television Arts (B.A.F.T.A), American Society of Cinematographers (A.S.C), and British Society of Cinematographers (B.S.C).
IAN ANDERSON - LEAD VOCAL, FLUTE
GLEN CORNIC - BASS, HARMONICA
CLIVE BUNKER - DRUMS
MICK ABRAHAMS - GUITAR
PETE TOWNSHEND - GUITAR, VOCALS
ROGER DALTREY - VOCALS
KEITH MOON - DRUMS
JOHN ENTWHISTLE - BASS, VOCALS
TAJ MAHAL - LEAD VOCAL
JESSE ED DAVIS - GUITAR
GARY GILMORE - BASS
CHUCK BLACKWELL - DRUMS
MARIANNE FAITHFUL - LEAD VOCAL
THE DIRTY MAC:
JOHN LENNON - LEAD VOCAL, GUITAR
ERIC CLAPTON - LEAD GUITAR
KEITH RICHARDS - BASS
MITCH MITCHELL - DRUMS
YOKO ONO AND IVRY GITLIS WITH THE DIRTY MAC:
YOKO ONO - LEAD VOCAL
IVRY GITLIS - VIOLIN
THE ROLLING STONES:
MICK JAGGER - LEAD VOCAL
KEITH RICHARDS - LEAD GUITAR, ACOUSTIC GUITAR, VOCALS
BRIAN JONES - GUITAR, SLIDE GUITAR
BILL WYMAN - BASS
CHARLIE WATTS - DRUMS
NICKY HOPKINS - KEYBOARD
ROCKY DIJON - PERCUSSION