Even before the film opens in cinemas on September 30, 2021, the latest issue of the LFI magazine is offering an exclusive glimpse behind the scenes of No Time To Die. Four illustrious personages took their Leica cameras on set, and captured photographs of the film production:
Michael G. Wilson, producer of the James Bond film series together with his sister Barbara Broccoli, is a distinguished expert on 19th century photography and founded The Wilson Centre for Photography. Wilson’s passion for photography provided the natural spark for the collaboration.
Daniel Craig is the star of five James Bond films and a celebrated actor on both stage and screen. He is also a keen photographer who loves to shoot on set, when time allows.
Nicola Dove is the unit photographer for No Time To Die. She has worked with some of the world’s prominent film makers, specialising in films stills and portraits.
Greg Williams is one of the world’s leading photographers, who has cultivated a cinematic style of composition and lighting for his reportages. He works behind-the-scenes on feature films.
The latest issue 7/21 of LFI, which will come out on 20.09.2021, carries a full No Time To Die special feature. Starting Sept 9, the No Time To Die – Behind the Scenes exhibition curated by Michael G. Wilson will be on display at Leica Galleries and Stores around the world:
Frankfurt (until Oct 30, 2021)
London (until Oct 17, 2021)
L.A. (until Oct 11, 2021)
Seoul, Singapore (both until Oct 31, 2021)
Taipeh (until Nov 15, 2021)
as well as in:
Salzburg (Sept 17 — Oct 21, 2021)
Vienna (Sept 17 — Oct 30, 2021)
Tokyo (Sept 24, 2021 — Jan 25, 2022)
Osaka (Nov 3, 2021 — Jan 11, 2022)
Picture: Greg Williams: Daniel Craig, Pinewood Studios. NO TIME TO DIE is an EON Productions and Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios film. © 2021 DANJAQ, LLC AND MGM. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED