British Film Chief, pledges support to UK industry amid “unprecedented challenge” BFI chief executive Ben Roberts has issued a statement on the novel coronavirus outbreak amid a wave of production and festival postponements and theatre closures around the globe. […]
Filming Continued for The Laureate at the National Liberal Club in Whitehall. Investors were invited on set to get a exclusive opportunity to watch Laura Haddock (Nancy Nicholson) Dianna Agron (Laura Riding) Tom Hughes (Robert Graves.) Patricia Hodge (Amy Graves) and Julian Glover (Alfred Graves)
Shooting is due to get underway next month in Canada on thriller Cold Providence, which is set to star Karl Urban (The Boys) and Malin Akerman (Billions). Bill Jones and Ben Timlett are directing. James Gammon has written from a story by Ken Tuohy. Bleiberg/Dimbort is handling world sales at the EFM in Berlin this week after first discussing it with buyers at AFM. […]
Set in the mid-1920s, the period drama directed by William Nunez is the story of the complex love triangle between wartime poet Robert Graves, his wife Nancy and the young poet, Laura Riding, who became both Graves’ muse and his lover. Tom Hughes plays Graves while Dianna Agron is cast as Laura and Laura Haddock as Nancy. The Laureate is produced by Guy de Beaujeu, William Nunez and Christian Parton. […]
Laura Haddock unveils dramatic hair transformation for her new role in the war film The Laureate. The actress will play Nancy Nicholson. filming The Laureate, a drama based on the life of British war poet Robert Graves. And for her role in the upcoming movie, the 34-year-old has undergone quite the dramatic transformation! Taking to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday, Laura shared a series of posts which showed her sporting a dark pixie cut. "Chip chop [scissors emoji]," she wrote alongside one snap. […]
Red Rock Entertainment & CK Films, announces today the digital release of its award-winning feature, Steven Berkoff’s Tell Tale Heart starring Steven Berkoff, Henry Goodman, Hugh Skinner and Dudley Sutton, directed by Stephen Cookson. […]
Sky says it has seen the highest ever TV viewing among its customers, an increase of almost a third. With more time at home, British viewers are watching on average an extra 72 minutes of TV a day, equating to a grand total of 5.5 hours.