This is the trailer for Postcards From London with Production Design by Ollie Tiong.

Harris Dickinson (Beach Rats) stars in this homage to an ‘80s Soho, London, directed by Steve Maclean and produced through The Bureau.

Shot entirely in studio, Ollie designed, created and built the vibrant neon-lit streets of Soho.

Due to be released in cinemas later this year, this is McLean’s follow up to Postcards From America.









The premiere of Yardie took place yesterday evening at the BFI Southbank.

Featuring production design by Damien Creagh, the Idris Elba-directed feature centres on the life of a young Jamaican man across 1970s Kingston and 1980s Hackney, as he seeks retribution following the murder of his older brother – you can read a review of the film here.

Yardie is set for general release across the UK from Friday 31st August.








Cinematographer Nicola Daley shot My Asian Family – a musical screening on BBC4 as part of the Big British Asian Summer season.

My Asian Family tells the story of the Thakars – charting the decades from their arrival in Britain through to the modern day through song, dance and vibrant colour.

Episode 1 is set to premiere on BBC4 this Wednesday 22nd at 10:00pm.










Last night saw the London screening of The Innocents ahead of its Netflix release date – 24.08.2018.

Cinematographer David Procter shot the entire series, travelling to Yorkshire, then Norway before wrapping the shoot in a studio set based in London.

The Innocents was created for the globe and this Friday sees its worldwide release. Directed by Farren Blackburn and produced through New Pictures, the Netflix Original stars Guy Pearce as Halvorson, alongside newcomers and ‘Innocents’ Sorcha Groundsell as June and Percelle Ascot as Harry.








Jesse Peretz’s feature film Juliet, Naked with Production Design by Sarah Finlay premieres in the USA and so begins its promotional tour.

Stars Ethan Hawkes, Rose Byrne and Chris O’Dowd attended the screening in LA, alongside director Peretz (Girls, Glow) and Executive Producer Judd Apatow. Based on Nick Horny’s novel, Juliet, Naked sees Hawke as a former rock star ‘re-discovered’ by Byrne who subsequently infiltrates her relationship with O’Dowd.

Filmed on location in the UK, Sarah joined the production shortly after wrapping Oscar winning director Sebastian Leilo’s feature, Disobedience, starring Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams.

Reviews: NY – Juliet, Naked hits UK cinemas later this year.












Luke Bryant signs with Wizzo & Co. Luke’s most recent feature film is Tom Edmund’s Dead in a Week: Or Your Money back starring Aneurin Barnard, Tom Wilkinson, Freya Mavor and Christopher Eccleston.

In the world of television recent work includes Urban Myths for Sky Arts; Dead Pixels for E4; Chewing Gum Season 2 for E4; Drifters Season 4 for E4 and in the process he has worked with directors Al Campbell, Simon Delaney and Tom Marshall.

Luke is a 2017-2018 Nominee for the BSC Emerging Cinematographer of the Year for his work on the short film Present directed by Joe Ballerini and staring Sophie Kennedy Clark and Henry Goodman; he is currently working on Diego Rocha’s Brazilian feature film The Fall which is set for a 2019 release.


Airing tonight as part of the On The Edge season, That Girl with Cinematography by Ruben Woodin Dechamps.

Directed by Dionne Edwards and shot over 10 days on location in Cardiff, this is Ruben’s first foray into narrative drama made for television. That Girl stars BAFTA winning Chanel Cresswell and Alexandra Roach, and was scripted by Rose Lewenstein. Creswell plays Ashley who, one night, is forced to face a truth that lay buried…

Ruben collaborated with Edwards on short film We Love Moses that has played at festivals worldwide, picking up the Iris Prize and the UK Critics Awards Prize for Best British Short as well as a nomination for Best Short Film at the American Black Film Festival.

Other shorts include documentary A Second World, that played in competition at CamerImage, Lord & Lidl and Joy In People (Vimeo Staff Pick), all directed by Oscar Hudson. His feature documentary, Granny Project, directed by Bálint Révész, that won Best Documentary at the Taiwan International Documentary Festival 2018.










Netflix Original drama The Innocents streams worldwide 24.08.2018.

The entire series was shot by David Procter, wrapping in the Autumn last year. Directed by Farren Blackburn (who is also an Executive Producer), the drama stars Sorcha Groundsell and Percelle Ascot as the ‘innocents’, and Guy Pearce as Halvorson, a scientist on their trail.

Shot on location in Yorkshire, Norway and London various teaser trails have been released online… TEASER (with spoilers) \ OFFICIAL TRAILER

This is David’s first foray into narrative drama for the small screen – previous features include Bypass starring George Mackay and directed by Duane Hopkins, and Blood Cells directed by Luke Seomore & Joseph Bull.
















Airing now on Channel 4, Hang Ups shot by Oli Russell and directed by Robert Delamere.

Scripted by Delamere and Stephen Mangan, this is in part inspired by Lisa Kudrow’s Web Therapy. Kudrow utilised known actors such as Courtney Cox, Lily Tomlin, Alan Cumming, Rashida Jones,Steve Carell & Rosie O’Donnell, with Hang Ups borrowing a similar motif featuring guest and continuing appearances from Richard E Grant, Sarah Hadland, Jessica Hynes and Katherine Parkinson as Mangan’s wife… Mangan stars as the online therapist, supervised in turn by Alice Lowe.

The Guardian: “Mangan stars in a remake of Lisa Kudrow’s Web Therapy and manages the rarest of TV feats: a UK adaptation that’s every bit as good as the US original”

The Telegraph: “real therapists will roll their eyes but this comedy is a wonderfully ribald treat”

Hang Ups utilises a multi format multi camera set up and was shot on location in London.

Oli is about to wrap the Netflix Original series Sex Education, before returning to shoot the second series of one of the most critically well received shows from last year.








Directed by Idris Elba, Yardie is released in UK cinemas 24.08.2018.

Production Designer Damien Creagh joined Elba on location in Jamaica and then back in the UK for Elba’s directorial feature debut.

Yardie is based on the international best selling novel written by Victor Headley and follows the underworld of ’90s gang culture from Kingston, Jamaica to the streets of London. Aml Ameen, Stephen Graham & Naomi Ackie star.

Damien has recently wrapped Nic Rowland’s debut feature Calm With Horses shot on location in Ireland and starring Barry Keoghan and Cosmo Jarvis, and he’ll be starting production on his next feature, a multi-million $ fantasy tale, in the next month or so.