Cinematographer Sverre Sordal FNF shortly wraps his second feature, A Perfectly Normal Family directed by Malou Reymann, shooting in Copenhagen. Prior to that he shot Harry Michell’s feature Ilkley, filmed on location in Ilkley, Yorkshire. The story follows two hapless individuals tasked with killing the world’s most famous secularist at a literary festival and stars Derek Jacobi, Anna Maxwell Martin, Roger Allam – ScreenDaily ARTICLE

Sverre’s short film County Lines (shot on 35mm) directed by Henry Blake is currently playing at festivals – County Lines highlights the growing national crisis of ‘County Lines’ and the serious threat it poses to Britain’s children. Statistics from a leading youth charity suggest that about 4,000 teenagers from London are being exploited and trafficked every year to sell drugs in rural towns and cities, where gangs use children as young as 12 to traffic drugs, using dedicated mobile phones or “lines” – writer/director Henry Blake has been working with survivors of this phenomenon for a number of years and the film is inspired by the stories he has come across –