Latest from the Film & TV Group

Latest from the Film & TV Group

It’s been yet another busy couple of months for our film and television lawyers and their clients. Following a big line up of our clients’ productions at the Toronto International Film Festival, we were extremely proud that 14 films that we had worked on were chosen to feature in the BFI London Film Festival. A Little Chaos, Mr Turner, Robot Overlords, The Face of an Angel, The Dead Lands, X + Y, The Face of an Angel, The Duke of Burgundy, Bypass, Snow in Paradise, Testament of Youth, Honeytrap, Catch Me Daddy, Hockney and Electricity all made the cut and fared excellently.

Pride and Mr Turner were both released nationally to rave reviews and in the next couple of months we are looking forward to Hockney, Electricity, Get Santa and The Theory of Everything hitting the big screen.

And on slightly smaller screens across the country, E4’s newest show Glue (produced by Eleven Film), described as ‘Broadchurch meets Skins’, is currently impressing audiences and critics alike. Over on BBC One and ITV1 respectively, our long standing client Red Production Company has served up two shows in the last few weeks with David Morrissey starring in The Driver and the ever-popular Scott & Bailey returning for a fourth series. And everyone is on the edge of their seats waiting for the much anticipated second series of The Fall (Artists Studio) which is back on BBC Two on 13th November starring Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan.