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  Photographer Sasha Erwitt
The following (49) lots come from legendary filmmaker and writer Barry Sonnenfeld. Mr. Sonnenfeld began his career as a cinematographer, collaborating with the Coen Brothers on their first feature film, BLOOD SIMPLE, followed by RAISING ARIZONA and MILLER’S CROSSING. Sonnenfeld also served as director of photography on Penny Marshall’s BIG, Danny DeVito’s THROW MOMMA FROM THE TRAIN, and two Rob Reiner films, WHEN HARRY MET SALLY and MISERY. He made his directorial debut in 1991 with THE ADDAMS FAMILY, followed by ADDAMS FAMILY VALUES, GET SHORTY, WILD WILD WEST, MEN IN BLACK, MEN IN BLACK II, MEN IN BLACK III, and RV, among others. Recently, Sonnenfeld was executive producer and show runner on Netflix’s award winning series A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS, which ran for three seasons. Previously, Sonnenfeld received a
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series and the DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series for PUSHING DAISIES – ‘Pie-lette.’ For eight years, Sonnenfeld was a contributing editor for Esquire Magazine where he wrote a monthly column,The Digital Man.” He has recently completed his memoir, “Barry Sonnenfeld, Call Your Mother”, Memoirs of a Neurotic Filmmaker, which was published by Hachette on March 10, 2020. Sonnenfeld is a graduate of NYU and NYU Graduate Film School. He currently resides inVancouver, BC. Mr. Sonnenfeld is pleased to share some of the unique collectibles and memorabilia of his work with fans and collectors.
461. Production used (3) clapperboards from Three O’Clock High,The Set Up, Nine Lives. (1986-2016) Collection of (3) clapperboards featuring dry- erase and printed slates with traditional black and white inter-leaved, hinged clappers at the top including (1) Three O’Clock High, (1) Set Up, and (1) Nine Lives. All measuring approx. 11 x 9.5 in.Three O’Clock High and Set Up are both signed by Barry Sonnenfeld and retain written production info. In very good to fine condition. From the collection of Barry Sonnenfeld. $600 - $800

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