Rebel Wilson films The Almond and The Seahorse
Filming gets underway in and around The Wirral this week on The Almond and The Seahorse, starring Rebel Wilson and Charlotte Gainsbourg.
The feature is based on the play of the same name by Kaite O'Reilly which examines the impact of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) on sufferers and their relatives.
The film comes from Mad As Birds Films and directors Celyn Jones and Tom Stern.
Indie Mad As Birds has offices on The Wirral and in Llandudno and is run by Andy Evans, Jones and Alex Ashworth. Its debut film was the critically-acclaimed Set Fire to the Stars, starring Elijah Wood, which was followed by The Vanishing with Gerard Butler and Peter Mullan. The company’s recent credits include Six Minutes to Midnight with Eddie izzard and Judi Dench.
The team is currently developing its first TV series, Minotaur.
Image via Mike Marsland.
Also on The Knowledge
The fourth series of hit drama Killing Eve will be the last, AMC Networks has confirmed.
Our international sister site, KFTV, is hosting a Zoom Talk on Wednesday 3 March at 16:00pm BST with leading local and international production figures talking about their experiences filming all types of projects in Iceland.
Writer/director Judd Apatow’s latest feature, a film set during a pandemic about a bubble of actors holed up together in a hotel while trying to finish a movie, is now shooting in and around London for Netflix.
Locations in and around Bath and Bristol provided the backdrop for filming on the second series of contemporary detective drama McDonald & Dodds.
This live KFTV talk, set to take place on Wednesday 3 February at 16:00pm BST, will involve leading production figures talking about how they have helped put together projects in these Covid times at alternative and doubling locations around the world.
A fourth series of Bulletproof will shoot later this year in and around London starring Noel Clarke and Ashley Walters.