Click here to read the full article. This past March, the cinematographer Christopher Doyle was under COVID-19 lockdown in Shanghai, waiting to return to Hong Kong. “They take us floor by floor, apartment by apartment, name by name to the school around the corner for testing… then they march us back,” he wrote in an email. While waiting to return to Hong Kong, he was finalizing a book of poetry and collages. He had recently finished a feature in the south of China; before that he shot “Love After Love” for director Ann Hui. Based on an Eileen Cheng short story,...
Japanese actor Joe Odagiri (I Wish, Air Doll) has made his directorial debut with They Say Nothing Stays the Same, a drama that premiered at the Venice Film Festival back in 2019 followed by a subsequent release in its native country. Now finally receiving a U.S. release courtesy of Film Movement on November 12, we’re pleased to debut the exclusive new trailer for the film shot by the great Christopher Doyle, longtime collaborator of Wong Kar-wai.
Christopher Doyle, the Houston Business Journal’s 2018 Most-Admired CEO, was elected secretary-treasurer on the Independent Bankers Association (IBAT) board of directors in September 2021. Serving the community banking industry for more than 33 years, he has been with Texas First Bank his entire career. He currently serves as president and CEO, as well as board president of the bank’s holding company, Texas Independent Bancshares Inc. He also sits on the Texas First Bank board of directors.
“Stupid Questions are the Best Questions, and Mistakes are What People Call ‘Style'”: Christopher Doyle on Pandemic Production, Creativity and Shooting Gus Van Sant’s Gucci Series
The seven-episode Ouverture of Something That Never Ended has garnered millions of views since it was posted on YouTube in November. Sponsored by Gucci, the series marks the latest collaboration between director Gus van Sant and cinematographer Christopher Doyle, HKSC, following the features Paranoid Park and Psycho. (Overture is co-directed by Van Sant and Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele,)
Crain's Cleveland Business
KeyBank has named Christopher Doyle Commercial Sales Leader in Cleveland. He will work with Matt Nipper, Key’s Head of Commercial Banking in Northeast Ohio, to support the robust commercial activity taking place in Cleveland. Doyle returned to Key in 2017 and most recently worked as a Senior Relationship Manager with the Commercial Bank. Before rejoining KeyBank, Doyle held positions at Huntington Bank, Old Oak Partners, LLC, Edw. F. Doubrava, Inc. & Affiliates and KeyBanc Capital Markets.