Director Philipp Kadelbach’s SS-GB, begins tonight on BBC One. The five-part drama imagines a version of Forties Britain under Nazi occupation after victory in the Second World War. Shot by Director of Photography Stuart Bentley with costume design by Emma Fryer, the series has been adapted from a 1978 thriller by historian and spy novelist Len Deighton.
Editor, Valerio Bonelli, starts work on Director, Joe Wright’s new feature, DARKEST HOUR. Produced by Working Title Films, the film stars Gary Oldman as Sir Winston Churchill in the early days of World War II.
Director of Photography, Justin Brown, has shot the latest campaign for 84 LUMBER, directed by Cole Webley and produced by Sanctuary. The full commercial was deemed too controversial to be shown during the Super Bowl. Part one was shown during the half time break which directed viewers to watch the unedited version online. The response was so successful that it crashed the 84 LUMBER website.
Editor François Gedigier has begun editing director Mathieu Amalric’s latest feature BARBARA. The film centres on the character of famous French singer, Barbara, with the screenplay focusing on the story of a director who wants to make a film about her. The two protagonists will be portrayed by Mathieu Amalric and Jeanne Balibar and is produced by Waiting For Cinéma.