According to a report from the official Roger Moore website, June Randall was presented with the Eon/GBCT Lifetime Achievement Award for Script Supervisors by Sir Roger Moore on 2 June 2007 at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London.
The Guild of British Camera Technicians (GBCT) was created in 1977 during the filming of Superman. Since then the GBCT has grown from an initial four camera operators to a membership of close to five hundred camera technicians of all grades. Members include Lord Richard Attenborough CBE, Sir Sydney Samuelson CBE and film director Richard Lester as its Trustees.
June Randall, who began working in the film industry in the 1940’s, has worked with Sir Roger on a number of projects, including The Saint, The Wild Geese, and the James Bond 007 films The Spy Who Loved Me and A View To A Kill.
With the generous support and assistance of Barbara Broccoli and Eon Productions, Sir Roger kindly agreed to fly to London to attend the celebrations and to present this award to Randall.
In other related Bond news, Roger Pearce won the Arri/GBCT Award for Best Camera Operator for his work on last year’s Casino Royale.
Visit the official Roger Moore website to read the entire report and view pictures from the event.
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