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James Purefoy, Aneurin Barnard to lead 'Interlude In Prague'

9 February 2016 10:00 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

John Stephenson’s Mozart drama will begin shooting in Prague in April.

Aneurin Barnard (Citadel) will star as Mozart alongside James Purefoy (Solomon Kane) and Samantha Banks (Les Miserables) in John Stephenson’s (Animal Farm) forthcoming drama Interlude In Prague, which is scheduled to shoot in Prague in April this year.

The plot follows Mozart as he composes his operatic masterpiece Don Giovanni. While visiting Prague, the composer becomes embroiled in a turbulent narrative of lust and murder.

London-based Carnaby International is handling worldwide sales rights and will be introducing the film to buyers at the Efm (Feb 11-19).

Huw Penallt Jones is producing the project for UK-based outfit Productive International alongside Hannah Leader.

Brian Ashby has penned the film’s screenplay, while Charlotte Truman will compose the film’s score.

Interlude In Prague will have cinematography from Michael Brewster and production design from Luciana Arrighi, who won an Oscar for her work on 1992 picture Howards End. »

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Oscar predictions: Will Emma Donoghue ('Room') be first woman to win for adapting her own material?

8 February 2016 4:18 PM, PST | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

Hey, Emma Donoghue: Did you know you could make Oscar history by being the first woman to win Best Adapted Screenplay for adapting your own source material? Donoghue wrote the original "Room" novel that was the basis for the film that earned four Oscar nominations: Best Picture, Best Director for Lenny Abrahamson, Best Actress for Brie Larson and Best Adapted Screenplay. Of the three female solo writers that previously won this race at the Oscars (yes, sadly, there are only three), they all were rewarded for adapting somebody else's work. -Break- Subscribe to Gold Derby Breaking News Alerts & Experts’ Latest Oscar Predictions Emma Thompson prevailed in 1995 for adapting Jane Austen's novel "Sense and Sensibility," Ruth Prawer Jhabvala took home two Oscars for adapting E.M. Forster novels "Howards End" (1992) and "A Room With a View" (1986), and Frances Marion scored big at the thi »

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