Elizabeth Dench and Michelle Arnold are renowned, both domestically and internationally, for their carefully selected client list of award winning Writers, Directors and Heads of Department (Directors of Photography, Production Designers, Costume Designers, Editors and Make-up Designers) – a pool of talent at the helm of the British Film and Television Industry.
The Team also includes Matthew Dench, Fiona Grant and Davinia Andrew-Lynch.
Congratulations to producer Dominic Macdonald on OLD JACK'S BOAT'S BAFTA win for Best Pre-School Live Action.
BRIT LIST 2014
The 2014 Brit List (the Black List of the UK) has just announced its list of the best unproduced screenplays. Very close to the top is THE TRIAL OF QUEEN CAROLINE by Matthew Faulk and Mark Skeet, to be produced by Working Title. This is the true story of Caroline of Brunswick’s return to England to face accusations of adultery by her estranged husband, the newly ascended King George IV, and her ensuing relationship with the ambitious young barrister defending her unlikely corner, Henry Brougham.
ON TV: REMEMBER ME
With cinematography by Tony Miller, upcoming BBC One drama Remember Me marks Michael Palin's return to a regular telelvision role for the first time in 20 years. The three-parter premeires November 23rd and is directed by Ashley Pearce and produced by Chris Carey for Mammoth Screen.
RTS CRAFT AWARD NOMINATIONS
OLD JACKS BOAT produced by Dominic Macdonald has been nominated for two Children's BAFTA Awards for Best Pre-School Live Action and Best Performer and has also been nominated for an RTS Award.
AT THE CINEMA: NORTHERN SOUL
Charting the history of this fantastic music and it's arrival in UK dance halls, 'Northern Soul' directed by Elaine Constantine, featuring Steve Coogan and brilliantly edited by Stephen Haren, hits cinemas nationwide this Friday 17th October. This is entertaining British cinema at its best!
PRESS RELEASE: Ray Winstone and Amanda Redman to star in new ITV drama The Trials of Jimmy Rose
Ray Winstone and Amanda Redman to star in new ITV drama The Trials of Jimmy Rose, written and created by Alan Whiting.
ITV Head of Drama Steve November commented "Alan Whiting has created an instantly memorable character, a man with too much to regret and not enough time to make amends. He’s been a successful criminal but can he now become a successful husband and father?"
LONDON FILM FESTIVAL
The LFF is once again upon us! Beginning on 8th October we're delighted to see the following clients' films a part of this brilliant event:
THE DUKE OF BURGUNDY (Official Competition): Cinematography by Nic Knowland
LITTLE CHAOS (The Love Gala): Edited by Nic Gaster
ELECTRICITY (The Journey Gala in association with Sight and Sound): Production Design by Beck Rainford
ROBOT OVERLORDS (The Family Gala): Edited by Matt Platts-Mills
THREE BROTHERS (London Calling): Cinematography by Craig Dean Devine
Alan Whiting's new ITV drama
ITV has ordered the drama THE TRIALS OF JIMMY ROSE from ITV Studios written and created by KINGDOM creator and WIRE IN THE BLOOD screenwriter Alan Whiting. It will be co-produced with GroupM Entertainment.
ITV Studios creative director of drama in Manchester Kieran Roberts said the series was, “a warm, funny and compelling drama about a family man with a criminal past who has to prove it’s never too late to start over”.
ITV director of drama Steve November stated "“Alan Whiting has created an instantly memorable character, a man with too much to regret and not enough time to make amends.”
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