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House Films are currently in pre-production with the short film Red, a thriller set in the underground world of illegal organ trade. It's the directorial debut of Branko Tomovic (24: Live Another Day, Fury, The Bourne Ultimatum) and stars Francesca Fowler (Doctor Who, Rome, Closure) and Dervla Kirwan (Ondine, Ballykissangel, The Silence, Doctor Who).
For a crucial scene we are looking for a child actor, could be boy or girl, any ethnicity, age 8-10, with set experience.
Filming for this role would be one day only on January 10th 2016 in central London.
More info on the film can be found on: http://redshortfilm.weebly.com
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Book author El James has tightened her iron grip over the creative direction of Fifty Shades Darker, the green-lit follow-up to this year’s hit erotic romance, now that her husband Niall Leonard has closed a deal to pen the script for the sequel.
Rumor had it that James herself wanted to scribe the adaptation of her bestselling book, after being dissatisfied with the experience of working with director Sam Taylor-Johnson and screenwriter Kelly Marcel on Fifty Shades of Grey. Leonard, though obviously still close enough to his wife that she’ll be able to have the final say over every aspect of the sequel, may be better-qualified. He’s a novelist with titles like Crusher, Incinerator and Shredder, but he’s also written scripts in the past, for shows like Ballykissangel, Holby City, Monarch in the Glen and Wild at Heart. He landed the job after writing an outline for the sequel, »
- Isaac Feldberg
2 items from 2015
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