Timothy Spall has joined Lesley Manville to head the cast of The Magpie Murders, an adaptation of Anthony Horowitz’s best-selling crime novel that begins production next week, 8 March, in Suffolk and Ireland.
Hartswood Films, producers of Dracula and Sherlock, is working on a ghostly thriller for Amazon Prime Video, The Devil’s Hour.
Although 2020 has been a heavily disrupted – and sometimes stagnant - year in terms of filming, Production Intelligence (PI) has continued to publish vital news on projects at all stages of development. Read More »
From old forts, manor houses, schools and airports to medieval theme parks, old breweries and underground theatres, a huge variety of large spaces in the UK are being taken over by film and TV productions to accommodate Covid protocols and social distancing on set. Read More »
Following our recent feature highlighting production activity in Wales over the last year or so, we can now bring you the second part. Read More »
Wales has a long-established reputation as a film-friendly production hub, with hig-profile inward investment projects such as Brave New World among the recent high-profile projects to have filmed there. Read More »
Professor Lyndsay Duthie is Head of School for Film, Media and Performing Arts, University for the Creative Arts. Read More »
Composer Dan McGrath – together with his composing partner Josh Phillips – have written the title themes and incidental music for a wide range of high-profile shows. Read More »
Screen Yorkshire has revealed stats illustrating the film-friendly profile of the region, boosted by the presence of its year-old dedicated film office. Read More »
The old adage about never filming with children or animals should not be dismissed out of hand – but with a few careful checks and balances, filming with animals can be an interesting and even fun experience. Read More »
It’s been a super-busy year for the film and TV industry, as inward investment projects continue to boost the sector’s UK revenue to a record high. Read More »
Following our recent round-up of Production Intelligence (PI) highlights of the year so far, here we bring you Part II. Read More »