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Hot projects on Screenbase

31 October 2014 6:55 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

New films on Screenbase this week include sci-fi film The Call Up, Talulah Riley’s Scottish Mussel, and iFeatures’ Spaceship.

UK action sci-fi The Call Up is set to begin shooting Nov 10 in Birmingham, UK.

The Charles Barker film follows a group of online gamers who are invited to trial a state-of-the-art virtual reality game, but what starts out like a dream encounter takes a turn for the sinister when the stakes are fatally raised.

Max Deacon (Into the Storm, Hatfields & McCoys) takes the lead role and is joined by a cast of up-and-comers including Morfydd Clark (Madame Bovary), Ali Cook (The Anomaly), and Parker Sawyers (Monsters: Dark Continent).

Directed by Charles Barker from his own Brit List screenplay, the film is produced by Matthew James Wilkinson (Stigma Films), John Giwa-Amu (Red&Black Films) with Alan Martin (The Machine) to exec produce.

Talulah Riley’s directorial debut

Shooting is underway in Glasgow on ‘eco-rom com’ Scottish Mussel »

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Hot projects on Screenbase

31 October 2014 6:55 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

New films on Screenbase this week include sci-fi film The Call Up, Talulah Riley’s Scottish Mussel, and iFeatures’ Spaceship.

UK action sci-fi The Call Up is set to begin shooting Nov 10 in Birmingham, UK.

The Charles Barker film follows a group of online gamers who are invited to trial a state-of-the-art virtual reality game, but what starts out like a dream encounter takes a turn for the sinister when the stakes are fatally raised.

Max Deacon (Into the Storm, Hatfields & McCoys) takes the lead role and is joined by a cast of up-and-comers including Morfydd Clark (Madame Bovary), Ali Cook (The Anomaly), and Parker Sawyers (Monsters: Dark Continent).

Directed by Charles Barker from his own Brit List screenplay, the film is produced by Matthew James Wilkinson (Stigma Films), John Giwa-Amu (Red&Black Films) with Alan Martin (The Machine) to exec produce.

Talulah Riley’s directorial debut

Shooting is underway in Glasgow on ‘eco-rom com’ Scottish Mussel »

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iFeatures' Spaceship begins production

30 October 2014 5:43 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Principal production begins in Surrey on iFeatures’ latest venture.

Writer and director Alex Taylor’s Spaceship begins principal photography this week in Farnborough and Guilford, Surrey.

Produced by Nicola Bowen and Olivier Kaempfer with Belly Productions and Parkville PicturesSpaceship tells the story of Gabriel’s search for his daughter after an apparent alien abduction.

“The story has gripped us all in a collective dream of what it is to be different and to want our own personal world in which we can be who we want,” said Taylor.

The film stars Antti Reini (The Man Without a Past), Alexa Davies (X+Y), Lara Peake (Bypass), Lucian Charles Collier (The Only One Who Knows You’re Afraid) and Tallulah Haddon.

The film was developed through IFeatures, Creative England’s flagship low budge feature film initiative, which runs in partnership with the BFI Film Fund, BBC Films and Creative Skillset.

“iFeatures is all »

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iFeatures crime-comedy Spaceship begins shoot

30 October 2014 5:43 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Production begins in Surrey on crime-comedy.

Writer and director Alex Taylor’s Spaceship begins principal photography this week in Farnborough and Guilford, Surrey.

Produced by Nicola Bowen and Olivier Kaempfer with Belly Productions and Parkville PicturesSpaceship tells the story of Gabriel’s search for his daughter after an apparent alien abduction.

“The story has gripped us all in a collective dream of what it is to be different and to want our own personal world in which we can be who we want,” said Taylor.

The film stars Antti Reini (The Man Without a Past), Alexa Davies (X+Y), Lara Peake (Bypass), Lucian Charles Collier (The Only One Who Knows You’re Afraid) and Tallulah Haddon.

The film was developed through IFeatures, Creative England’s flagship low budge feature film initiative, which runs in partnership with the BFI Film Fund, BBC Films and Creative Skillset.

“iFeatures is all about supporting talented emerging filmmakers and Alex »

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Producer-distributor Karl ‘Baumi’ Baumgartner Dies

19 March 2014 3:33 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

London — Karl “Baumi” Baumgartner, one of Germany’s leading producers and independent distributors, has died.

A message posted Tuesday on the website of Pandora Film, the company he co-founded, said: “Today Karl ‘Baumi’ Baumgartner left us. We are unspeakable sad and deeply moved. He was our friend, partner and source of inspiration. We say Thank You. – The Pandoras.”

Last month, the Berlin Film Festival presented Baumgartner with its Berlinale Camera award, which is given to film personalities or institutions to which it feels particularly indebted and wishes to express its thanks.

Baumgartner set up Pandora with Reinhard Brundig in 1982. The Frankfurt-based company, whose name was inspired by G.W. Pabst’s “Pandora’s Box,” focused on the distribution of ambitious international arthouse movies, such as Yilmaz Gunay’s “Yol,” Andrei Tarkovsky’s “Nostalgia” and Chen Kaige’s “Farewell My Concubine.” It made its commercial breakthrough with Jane Campion’s “The Piano. »

- Leo Barraclough

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