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Global Showbiz Briefs: BFI & Aardman Animations Partner For Toon Features; Swedish actor Sverrir Gudnason Toplines ‘The Serious Game'; More

3 October 2014 9:00 PM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

The British Film Institute is partnering with Aardman Animations are launching a new scheme backed by £1 million of lottery funding to help support the development and production of new animated feature films and the creative talent making them. The BFI will provide funding for up to two years to three filmmakers or filmmaker teams to develop their projects with dedicated development support through the BFI Aardman Animation Development Lab. The process for developing animated feature films is lengthy and expensive limiting the opportunities for British filmmakers. Wallace & Gromit producer Aardman will work with the filmmakers – animators, writers, directors, producers – to shape their ideas with the aim of emerging with a set of greenlight-ready materials for their films, ready to advance to production. The closing date for applications is November 28.

Swedish actor Sverrir Gudnason will topline The Serious Game, directed by Pernilla August and scripted by Lone Scherfig based on the novel by Hjalmar Söderberg. »

- Nancy Tartaglione

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Ripper Street returns next month

3 October 2014 9:15 AM, PDT | Virgin Media - TV | See recent Virgin Media - TV news »

'Ripper Street' is set to return next month on Amazon Prime after being axed from the BBC earlier this year. The Victorian crime drama is to air its third series exclusively on Amazon Prime starting this November before being broadcast on BBC One and BBC America in 2015 after fans petitioned for its return. Characters including Detective Inspector Reid (Matthew Macfadyen), Detective Inspector Drake (Jerome Flynn), Captain Homer Jackson (Adam Rothenberg) and Long Susan (MyAnna Buring) are all set to return. Matthew said: ''[I'm] delighted and excited to be back for a third series of Ripper. Thank you to Amazon, thank you to »

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Ripper Street series 3 start date announced

3 October 2014 2:17 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

The new series of Ripper Street starts on Amazon Prime Instant Video with a double-bill on Friday the 14th of November at 9pm...

Following news earlier this year of the Amazon deal that saved Ripper Street from cancellation (a deal aided in no small way by the activity of fans not prepared to accept the series two finale as the last they'd see of D.I. Reid and co.), we now have release date details for the new series.

Instead of landing online in one great lump, series three of Ripper Street will be meted out weekly, following the broadcast pattern. New episodes will arrive on the streaming service every Friday at 9pm from the 14th of November until the 26th of December. A double-bill will kick-start the action and take fans back to Whitechapel.

The episodes will also air on the BBC in 2015, in an edited form that doesn't »

- louisamellor

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Tiff Exclusive: It's All Water Under The Bridge In Clip From Brit Crime Thriller 'Hyena' Starring Stephen Graham

27 August 2014 7:20 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

London's seedy nightlife, grimy pubs, and various lowlifes have provided the British crime thriller genre no shortage of classics over the years. And looking to join the ranks of "Get Carter" and "The Long Good Friday" is Gerard Johnson's "Hyena," set to make its international premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. We have an exclusive clip that takes you inside the film's milieu. Starring Peter Ferdinando, Stephen Graham, Neil Maskell, Richard Dormer, Elisa Lasowski and MyAnna Buring, the story follows Logan, a crooked undercover cop who's pinned between the Turkish criminals he's betrayed, the Albanians he's now siding with, and an internal affairs investigation from his ostensible colleagues. All of this transpires while Logan tries to save a woman sold into sexual slavery. In this clip, you'll get a sense of the tension and atmosphere Johnson looks to bring to this film. "Hyena" will screen at Tiff in the Vanguard. »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Watch the First Stunning Slow-Mo Clip from Undercover Cop Thriller ‘Hyena’

26 August 2014 5:43 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Writer-director Gerard Johnson’s sophomore feature, starring Peter Ferdinando as a corrupt London cop, is set to screen at Tiff next month, and the first stunning clip from the film has been released. According to THR, the pic owes a heavy debt to Gaspar Noe in one violent encounter; meanwhile Michael Mann and Nicolas Winding Refn duly pop up elsewhere in the palette. Tiff programmer Colin Geddes says director Johnson gives us a worthy UK cousin to Abel Ferrara’s Bad Lieutenant and The Guardian calls it an ambitiously scaled police-corruption thriller. Watch the clip below. The film also stars Stephen Graham (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), MyAnna Buring (Downton Abbey), Neil Maskell (Wild Bill), Elisa Lasowski (Somers Town) and Richard Dormer (Good Vibrations). Watch the clip below. Enjoy!

The post Watch the First Stunning Slow-Mo Clip from Undercover Cop Thriller ‘Hyena’ appeared first on Sound On Sight. »

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Sarajevo: co-producing with the UK

22 August 2014 2:03 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

UK industry representatives arrive in Sarajevo as part of CineLink Partner Country initiative

Sarajevo’s CineLink Partner Country Initiative has been running for more than a decade, systematically strengthening the working relationship between the Southeast European film industry and its international counterparts.

This year’s Partner Country is the UK, and a delegation of around 20 British producers, sales agents, distributors, agents and festival representatives will be present at CineLink for four intensive days of meeting regional film makers and promoting the possibilities of cooperation with the UK. 

As an introduction for the producers from Southeast Europe attending the festival, Isabel Davis, the head of international film fund at the BFI, held a presentation of its recently established minority co-production fund.

“The UK has had a good, long-standing relationship with this festival and this region, and it felt very timely to come here as a partner country,” Davis said.

“While the UK is very talent-driven and actually getting »

- vladan.petkovic@gmail.com (Vladan Petkovic)

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Film Review: ‘Hyena’

18 June 2014 7:48 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Any director who titles his film “Hyena” is setting himself up for critical wisecracks about creative scavenging — and true enough, Gerard Johnson’s ultraviolent crooked-cop thriller wears its plethora of genre influences, from Nicolas Winding Refn to “The Sweeney,” prominently on its sleeve. What “Hyena” lacks in invention, however, it makes up for in technical bravado and geographical specificity, its vivid West London milieu coloring a stock story of a corrupt narcotics detective (the excellent Peter Ferdinando) whose chickens come home most bloodily to roost. A punchy but distinctly downbeat curtain-raiser for this year’s Edinburgh fest, Johnson’s stylish sophomore feature reps a commercial challenge theatrically — too oblique for the exploitation crowd, too grimy for upscale auds — but should continue to attract strong-stomached admirers in ancillary.   

While frequently blunt in expression, Johnson’s script is never so literal as to directly articulate its title; the bottom-feeding metaphor is pretty »

- Guy Lodge

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Eiff 2014: Hyena Review

18 June 2014 3:00 PM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Director: Gerard Johnson

Starring: Peter Ferdinando, Stephen Graham, Neil Maskell, Elisa Lasowski, MyAnna Buring, Richard Dormer, Gordon Brown, Tony Pitts

Certificate: Tbc

Running Time: 112 minutes

Synopsis: Good policing doesn’t necessarily mean doing everything by the book. But as the business of crime in London turns to favour the Albanians and Turks, how does a “good” policeman survive?

Gerard Johnson’s Hyena opened the 2014 Edinburgh Film Festival tonight ahead of 12 days of a range of national and international premieres and feature films for festival-goers to enjoy. His previous feature Tony screened at the festival in 2009 to mixed reviews and his latest addition to the crime drama genre will not likely earn him many fans.

A run-of-the-mill plot sees undercover policeman Michael (Peter Ferdinando) sent to investigate the murder of a Turkish drug dealer for which Michael already has connections to the alleged killers, try to help a woman being used »

- Victoria Bull

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Eiff 2014: Hyena Review

18 June 2014 1:00 PM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Opening to the coolest title card you’ll see all year, hopes are initially high that Gerard Johnson’s sophomore effort is on track to be a stylish British crime thriller. Drenched in blue (both neon and officers), soon after an early slo-mo drug bust set to The The’s eerie, pulsating electronic beats, it becomes clear this is not the case.

Detective Sergeant Michael Logan (Peter Ferdinando) has long been scratching the backs of drug traders, much to his financial advantage. But when one of his contacts is brutally murdered before his eyes, the rules change and Logan is no longer calling the shots. To add to the copper’s newfound paranoia, he also finds himself investigated for corruption as David Knight (Stephen Graham) turns up to run the show – and boy do this pair have history.

Considering Logan heads up the drugs squad, his team don’t appear »

- Emma Thrower

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Eiff 2014: Hyena Review

18 June 2014 1:00 PM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Opening to the coolest title card you’ll see all year, hopes are initially high that Gerard Johnson’s sophomore effort is on track to be a stylish British crime thriller. Drenched in blue (both neon and officers), soon after an early slo-mo drug bust set to The The’s eerie, pulsating electronic beats, it becomes clear this is not the case.

Detective Sergeant Michael Logan (Peter Ferdinando) has long been scratching the backs of drug traders, much to his financial advantage. But when one of his contacts is brutally murdered before his eyes, the rules change and Logan is no longer calling the shots. To add to the copper’s newfound paranoia, he also finds himself investigated for corruption as David Knight (Stephen Graham) turns up to run the show – and boy do this pair have history.

Considering Logan heads up the drugs squad, his team don’t appear »

- Emma Thrower

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Eiff 2014: ‘Hyena’ is a brutal example of British nihilism

18 June 2014 11:00 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Hyena

Written and directed by Gerard Johnson

UK, 2014

Hyena, the second feature from London-born director Gerard Johnson, opens with a slow motion raid on a neon-blue nightclub. The four men who carry it out are inebriated – a mixture of drink and drugs – and meet wordlessly en route in a small, plain car. When they park in an alleyway and pull on police gear, your first instinct is that they’re faking it, putting on masks. But it transpires that they really are policeman, just the kind that employ violence indiscriminately and abuse their authority to take a cut from local gangs. As one character later comments, you’d think policemen like them wouldn’t exist.

This opening sequence is filmed with a measured sense of detachment. The club is all light and movement; the blows, slowed down, don’t seem to connect, even as the bodies fly across the floor. »

- Rob Dickie

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Line-up announced for Edinburgh International Film Festival 2014

28 May 2014 9:45 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Hyena

The full line-up has been announced for this year’s Edinburgh International Film Festival, which runs from Wednesday 18th to Sunday 29th June. In total, 156 features from 47 countries will be screened, with 11 world premieres, 7 European premieres and 95 UK premieres.

The festival opens with the world premiere of British drug trafficking thriller Hyena from writer-director Gerard Johnson, starring Peter Ferdinando, Stephen Graham, Neil Maskell, and MyAnna Buring. The closing night gala is the international premiere of romantic comedy We’ll Never Have Paris, directed by husband and wife team Jocelyn Towne and Simon Helberg (best known for The Big Bang Theory). Written by and also starring Helberg, it features Melanie Lynskey, Maggie Grace, Zachary Quinto, and Alfred Molina in its cast.

We’ll Never Have Paris

The American Dreams strand highlights cutting-edge new works from American independent cinema. Sofia Coppola’s The Bling Ring featured last year, and now Gia Coppola »

- Josh Slater-Williams

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Global Showbiz Briefs: Rescued ‘Ripper Street’ Filming Season Three’; AMC Networks Ups Elana Mandelup To VP; More

22 May 2014 9:35 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Production Gets Underway For Season 3 Of ‘Ripper Street’ The 3rd season of Ripper Street started shooting today in Manchester, England. Matthew Macfadyen, Jerome Flynn and Adam Rothenberg are reprising their roles in the Victorian-era drama that was rescued by Amazon Prime Instant Video after a fan petition for its return after the BBC cancelled the show. MyAnna Buring (Downton Abbey) also is returning. In February, Amazon commissioned producers Tiger Aspect and Lookout Point with an eight-episode third season that will be available exclusively to Amazon Prime Instant Video members in the fall. The complete first season of Ripper Street is available on Amazon Prime now, with season 2 launching on the service on June 2. The series is filming in the UK for the first time, in Manchester and Loughborough, before moving to its traditional production base in Dublin, Ireland. It will continue to be co-produced in the U.S. by BBC America »

- NANCY TARTAGLIONE, International Editor

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TV News: Ripper, Sherlock, Bitten, Dominion

22 May 2014 2:10 PM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Ripper Street

It was cancelled by the BBC after two seasons and then picked up by Amazon and BBC America, now filming has officially begun on the third season of period police drama "Ripper Street" with the production moving to Manchester.

Main cast members Matthew Macfadyen, Jerome Flynn, Adam Rothenberg and MyAnna Buring will all reprise their roles in the upcoming eight episode season which will jump ahead four years in time from the second seasons finale. The new season debuts exclusively on Amazon Prime Instant Video this Fall. [Source: Manchester Evening News]

Sherlock

The main reason for the long periods between seasons of the BBC's "Sherlock" have been due not to the work involved but rather finding the time for it in the schedules of its very busy actors and producers. Now, producer Mark Gatiss tells The Radio Times that a window might be opening soon and hopefully indicate we could see the »

- Garth Franklin

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Ripper Street series 3 begins filming in Manchester

22 May 2014 7:04 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Ripper Street has begun filming its third series.

Matthew Macfadyen, Jerome Flynn and Adam Rothenberg will all reprise their roles as Victorian crime-fighters Detective Inspector Edmund Reid, Detective Sergeant Bennet Drake and Captain Homer Jackson for the Manchester shoot, the show's first in the UK.

Also returning is MyAnna Buring as Long Susan, alongside a raft of new characters.

Ripper Street was axed by the BBC last year, but a fan protest led to the show being picked up by Amazon Prime Instant Video.

"I'm delighted and excited to be back for a third series of Ripper," said MacFadyen.

"Thank you to Amazon, thank you to our fans who wanted more, and thank you to our wonderful writers and producers for giving us the most thoroughly brilliant, gripping and heart-rending episodes."

"We are committed to providing our customers with best-in-class film and TV, and with critically acclaimed acting and gripping storylines, »

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F&Me bring four to Cannes

18 May 2014 10:00 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: London-based company have brought the first four features of their ten film $30m slate to Cannes.

Mike Downey and Sam Taylor’s Film and Music Entertainment (F&Me) are in Cannes with the first four completed features of their 2014 slate.

The ten film $30m slate is led by Julien Temple’s Rio 50 Degrees, broadcasts today [May 18] on the BBC, and is sold in Cannes by Metro International Entertainment. Produced by Downey and Taylor, the film will broadcase on Arte after its German theatrical release in June.

Downey commented: “The F&Me team have been working on the picture up until Friday afternoon to fine tune it for the Sunday broadcast, and the workd is a testament to the brilliant editing of Caroline Richards.

“The film has great chances of an international theatrical and festival life prior to settling down into ancillaries prior to the Olympic games.”

F&Me has also just delivered Ben HopkinsWelcome to Karastan to Stealth »

- ian.sandwell@screendaily.com (Ian Sandwell)

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New International Poster for Edinburgh Film Festival Opener Hyena

16 May 2014 4:30 AM, PDT | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

A few days ago we reported that Hyena had been chosen as the opening film for this year's Edinburgh International Film Festival. Now here's the first poster for the film, giving a nice spin to that title and its relationship to lead character Michael Logan (Peter Ferdinando).The story sees corrupt copper and high-functioning addict Logan pushed to the limit by the arrival of increasingly ruthless gangs of Albanian gangsters. We're told that, "Michael's razor sharp instincts have always kept him one step ahead, but now his increasingly self-destructive behaviour and the sheer brutality of the new gang lords find Michael in a spiralling descent of fear and self-doubt." Sounds dangerous.The film also stars Kill List's Neil Maskell and MyAnna Buring, as well as Stephen Graham and Richard Dormer. It's all directed by Gerard Johnson, making a return to the Festival after his debut, Tony, did well there »

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Gerard Johnson’s Thriller ‘Hyena’ to Open Edinburgh Film Festival

12 May 2014 8:07 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

London — Gerard Johnson’s thriller “Hyena” will open the Edinburgh Film Festival on June 18.

The film stars Peter Ferdinando (“Starred Up”) and Stephen Graham (“Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy”), MyAnna Buring (“Downton Abbey”), Neil Maskell (“Wild Bill”), Elisa Lasowski (“Somers Town”) and Richard Dormer (“Good Vibrations”).

Pic revolves around anti-hero Michael Logan (Ferdinando), a natural predator, and a complex mix of high-functioning addict and corrupt police officer, whose dark world is evolving. A recent influx of ruthless Albanian gangsters is threatening to change London’s criminal landscape. Logan’s razor sharp instincts have always kept him one step ahead, but now his increasingly self-destructive behavior and the sheer brutality of the new gang lords find him in a spiraling descent of fear and self-doubt.

Chris Fujiwara, Edinburgh’s artistic director, said: “It’s a powerful and beautifully directed thriller that clearly establishes director Gerard Johnson as a major talent in British filmmaking. »

- Leo Barraclough

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Hyena Will Open The Edinburgh International Film Festival

12 May 2014 7:27 AM, PDT | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

The Edinburgh International Film Festival (or Eiff, if you're into the whole brevity thing) begins on June 18, and the opening film has just been named as Hyena, described as a "provocative thriller" and crime drama from director Gerard Johnson and producer Stephen Woolley, Elizabeth Karlsen and Joanna Laurie.The film stars A Field In England's Peter Ferdinando - who also starred in Johnson's debut film Tony back in 2009 - as Michael Logan, a high functioning addict and corrupt cop faced with an influx of incredibly ruthless Albanian gangsters. The combination of the gang's brutality and his own increasingly self-destructive behaviour pushes Logan into a spiral of fear and self-doubt, away from his natural predatory instincts.The film also stars Stephen Graham, Neil Maskell, MyAnna Buring, Elisa Lasowski and Richard Dormer, and will hit UK screens in October after its Edinburgh bow.In other exciting Eiff news, Empire will be partnering »

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Hyena to open Edinburgh Film Festival

12 May 2014 5:04 AM, PDT | eyeforfilm.co.uk | See recent eyeforfilm.co.uk news »

British crime thriller Hyena will have its world premiere as the opening night gala of the 68th Edinburgh Film Festival on Wednesday, June 18.

It will join eight other British films in competition for the Michael Powell Award - six of which are world premieres.

The film reunites director Gerard Johnson with Peter Ferdinando, who played the lead in his debut feature Tony which received its world premiere at Eiff in 2009.

Ferdinando plays Michael Logan in the film - which has already been picked up by Metrodome in the UK - as an anti-hero for our times: a natural predator and a complex mix of high-functioning addict and corrupt police officer. But his dark world is evolving thanks to a recent influx of ruthless Albanian gangsters.

The film also stars Stephen Graham, MyAnna Buring, Neil Maskell, Elisa Lasowski and Richard Dormer.

Eiff artistic director Chris Fujiwara said: “We’re excited to be opening. »

- Amber Wilkinson

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