GRENVILLE HORNER (UNITED KINGDOM)
Grenville Horner was our hero in Vilnius, Lithuania (2015-2020) and Turin, Italy (2018).
Grenville Horner is a true professional of production design field. Before going freelance to work across film and television, he graduated Royal College of Art in London and had a vast experience working for the world’s biggest broadcasting service - BBC.
Grenville Horner’s portfolio is rich and extensive, proving his eternal passion to build completely new worlds. His features include Bob Sprier’s “Spice World”, “My Son The Fanatic” with director Udayan Prasad, “Ali G In Da House” for Working Title Films and Mel Smith’s “Black Ball”, starring Rhys Iffans. His television credits include a three part period drama adapted from the novel by Patric Hamilton “20000 Streets Under The Sky” and three series of “The League of Gentlemen”, which brought him a Royal Television Society Award for the Best Production Design. Prior to designing “Alien Autopsy”, Grenville worked on “Blackpool” for which he received BAFTA nomination for the Best Production Design again.
Grenville Horner is highly successful, working on BBC series - designing for “Jane Eyre” mini- series resulted in Emmy Award for the Best Production Design in 2007. His project list is endless with serious and acknowledged movie titles. Recently he has been working on “Episodes”, “Rev”, “The Syndicate”, “The Harry Hill Movie”, “The Eichmann Show” and others. Nevertheless, this great production designer is looking forward to share his intense experience with the younger colleagues of the art department field.
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