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Henry Fitzherbert's Feature Film Slaughterhouse Rulez has been announced as the first project under Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's new production company Stolen Picture.
Congratulations to Owen Sheers, James Rogan and Sue Townsend doc for Grierson Awards 2017 nominations
Congratulations to Owen Sheers, James Rogan and THE SECRET LIFE OF SUE TOWNSEND (AGED 68 ¾) who have all been shortlisted for the Grierson Awards.
Written by Tim Prager, directed by Lonny Price and with music and lyrics by Geoff Morrow, A LEGENDARY ROMANCE delivers audiences to the intersection of loyalty, love and ambition.
Annabel Jankel will direct TELL IT TO THE BEES, which chronicles a lesbian romance in 1950s Britain between a single mother who is dealing with the breakdown of her marriage and a doctor, returning to her small hometown to take over her late-father’s practice.
TRAUMA, the brilliant new contemporary drama directed by Marc Evans has begun filming. Written by Mike Bartlett, the three-part drama revolves around two fathers, Jon Allerton (Adrian Lester) and Dan Bowker (John Simm), whose lives collide when Bowker’s teenage son is fatally stabbed, dying in Allerton’s trauma unit.
Sue Townsend’s THE SECRET DIARY OF ADRIAN MOLE AGED 13 ¾ - The Musical makes its London debut at Menier Chocolate Factory as Adrian Mole celebrates his 50th birthday
Henry Fitzherbert's debut feature BORN A KING is now in production. The film is being directed by Agusti Villagronga and stars Hermoine Corfield, Ed Skrein and Laurence Fox. Andrés Vicente Gómez's Lola Films is producing.
Carol Morley will begin production on OUT OF BLUE in Atlanta, Georgia, in autumn 2017. OUT OF BLUE is based on Martin Amis’ neo-noir detective novel NIGHT TRAIN and is to star Patricia Clarkson in the lead role of homicide detective Mike Hoolihan.
Eleventh Hour Films have acquired rights to Ian Rankin’s Inspector Rebus series of detective novels and have attached Gregory Burke to write a contemporary TV drama adaptation.
I AM NOT A WITCH, Rungano Nyoni’s first feature, will premiere at the Cannes Director’s Fortnight this year.