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Malcolm Venville is a photographer and director of features, commercials and music videos.
Venville has shot campaigns for Nike, Xbox, Benetton, Guinness, Barclays, Lotus, Kodak, Miller Brewing Company, MasterCard and UPS, among others. His Volkswagen “Squares” spot won the ANDY Awards’ Grandy; two Gold Pencils at One Show; the AICP’s Overall Excellence for a single spot, Original Music, Best Agency Art Direction and Advertising Excellence for a Campaign; a Silver Clio; a Bronze Lion at Cannes; and an Emmy nomination. His 2011 P&G “What I See” spot won a Bronze Lion at Cannes in Corporate Imagery, while his 2012 “Kinect Effect” was shortlisted at Cannes for Best Use of Music.
Venville’s first feature, 44 Inch Chest, starring Ray Winstone, Ian McShane, John Hurt and Tom Wilkinson, was awarded the Special Jury Prize at the Seville Film Festival. Keanu Reeves, Vera Farmiga and James Caan star in Henry’s Crime, Venville’s second feature. He’s also directed the short films, Remembering Sister Ruth and Silent Film.
Venville has published two works of photography; Lucha Loco – portraits of Mexican wrestlers, and 2003’s Layers, which documents his career as an art and advertising photographer.