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Juliet Stevenson, Jodhi May Head Cast in Polly Steele’s ‘Let Me Go’

Juliet Stevenson, Jodhi May Head Cast in Polly Steele’s ‘Let Me Go’
London — Juliet Stevenson, who has been BAFTA nominated four times, is set to star in Polly Steele’s contemporary drama “Let Me Go,” which has just started to shoot. Radiohead drummer Philip Selway is composing the score.

Stevenson, whose credits include “Truly Madly Deeply,” is joined in the cast by Jodhi May (“Last of the Mohicans,” “The Other Boleyn Girl”), Lucy Boynton (“Sing Street”), Karin Bertling (“The Bridge,” “Wallander”) and Stanley Weber (“Not Another Happy Ending”). The film is written and directed by Steele, whose credits include the film “Lena — Bride of Ice” and TV show “Elton John — Tantrums and Tiaras,” from a true-life story by Helga Schneider, based on her best-selling memoir of the same name.

Let Me Go,” which is a story about mothers and daughters and abandonment, follows the emotional journeys of four generations of women from the same family and how they suffer from a trauma
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BFI Film Fund backs three debuts

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New films from Philippa Lowthorpe, Andrew Steggall, Jane Linfoot receive backing.

In its second round (April-June) of first feature awards, the BFI has backed Philippa Lowthorpe’s Sleeping Out, Andrew Steggall’s Departure and Jane Linfoot’s The Incident.

The awards are for film projects budgeted under £2m ($3.1m).

Sleeping Out will see Call the Midwife director and The Other Boleyn Girl writer-director Lowthorpe team with writer Stephen Butchard and producer Simon Lewis, with whom she also collaborated for BBC One drama series Five Daughters in 2010.

Set in Leeds, the drama tells the story of Jack and Toby, both 14, who live on the streets and dream of getting laid. When Jack falls in love with a murderer’s young girlfriend, it puts their lives in danger and tests their friendship to the limit.

Steggall, actor and theatre director of productions including Stravinsky’s L’Histoire du Soldat at the Old Vic Theatre starring Jeremy Irons, has previously
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Jared Harris interview: John Carpenter, Mad Men, and being Moriarty in Sherlock Holmes 2

Jared Harris chats to us about Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows, John Carpenter's The Ward, and Mad Men...

A gifted actor with a long and diverse career in such films as I Shot Andy Warhol, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and The Other Boleyn Girl, Jared Harris puts in a small yet captivating performance in John Carpenter’s horror, The Ward, out now on DVD and Blu-ray.

One of Harris’ finest performances in recent years, though, is as Lane Price in the acclaimed TV series, Mad Men. Initially a supporting player, Harris’ character, a buttoned-up English financial officer, has gradually grown in prominence, and is now one of the most engaging faces in the entire series.

It was a real pleasure, then, to speak to Mr Harris about his role in Mad Men, what it was like to work with John Carpenter, and also about his appearance as
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