With cinematography from Aaron Reid, Love Sarah, stars Celia Imrie and is directed by Eliza Schroeder. The 2019 Feature Film tells the tale of a young woman wishing to fulfil her mother’s dream of opening her own bakery in Notting Hill, London with help from an old friend and her grandmother.


UK sales outlet Film Seekers has secured its first deals on the feature, with rights being pre-sold to the UK and Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and Japan.








Wiley is back with brand-new hit single Boasty, which features vocals from Stefflon Don, Sean Paul, and Idris Elba.


The music promo is set in different locations around London, such as a barber’s, a beauty salon, a pool bar, a photo-shoot and a DJ booth, showcasing creative transitions between scenes and camera trickery, while featuring Production Design from Oian Arteta.


Watch the music promo for Boasty HERE


















NYET! – a Brexit UK Border Farce is a new comedy short, directed by Alex Helfrecht and Jörg Tittell. The short shows comedic light to the stress that has been Brexit, featuring cinematography by Tim Sidell.


NYET! – a Brexit UK Border Farce premiered on Sky Arts Sunday 17 March and is now available to stream HERE









Tonight The Bay airs on ITV shot by Cinematographer Ryan Kernaghan.

This 6 part thriller filmed on location in Morecambe stars Morven Christie as a Family Liaison Officer assigned to a family whose twins have gone missing.

The Bay is directed by Lee Haven Jones & Robert Quinn, with Ryan shooting all 6 episodes – Episode 2 continues 27 March 2019.












Wednesday 13 March showed the return of hit TV show Bounty Hunters on Sky One, which came back with a bang for Season 2.


Directed by Toby Macdonald, the show features cinematography from Daniel Bronks and stars Jack Whitehall and Rosie Perez.


Bounty Hunters airs every Wednesday at 10pm on Sky One, with the box set available for download now.








The hit TV series, Porters is back for Series 2 airing tomorrow, Thursday 14 March, at 10pm on Dave.

Directed by Vadim Jean with Costume Design by Natalie Willis, Porters stars Jo Joyner (Eastenders), Susan Wokoma (Chewing Gum) and rising star Edward Easton.

Watch Porters Series 2 Trailer








Director of Photography Nicola Daley has begun filming on TV series, Harlots, which stars double Oscar nominee Samantha Morton, Lesley Manville and Jessica Brown Findlay.


Directed by Chloe Thomas, Harlots is now in production for its third series. The British-American period drama focuses on a brothel in the 18th century and a chaotic family household.


Harlots will stream on Hulu in the US.














Last week saw the first ever In / Development event. This was an event that showcases behind-the-scenes talent within feature films, television, video games and commercials.


Production Designer Sean Hogan and Costume Designer Cynthia Lawrence John each discussed how they have progressed in their fields, along with their favourite parts of the job, how they got started and some challenges they have tackled along the way.


Sean Hogan talked about how he began working in production design for the feature film Gravity, and then started creating optical illusion sets for the Channel 4/Mitsubishi idents: ‘Changing Perceptions with Documentaries on 4’.  He then described how he went on to source sets on Bob Benedict’s reworked nursery rhyme feature film, Cock Robin, and finally how he overcame designing complex, to scale, moving sets for recent B&Q and Very commercials.


Cynthia Lawrence John spoke about how she started out as a Picture Editor for Hearst Magazines, and then as a style assistant at Dazed & Confused. Her main mantra being that she likes clothes that have been worn, had a life and a story – “I like people to wear the clothes, not the clothes to wear the people. Her main piece of advice as a costume designer is to “always be prepared” – you never know when you’re going to be asked for something completely different, last minute on set.


The event was set up by Ross Olivey, Ed Roberts-Graver and Nick Lewis who work at creative development studio, The Late Misters. The Late Misters help creative visions come to life by Screenwriting, Treatment Writing/Directors Interpretation, Visual Research, Mood Reels, Concept Art, Storyboards and Treatment Design. They have worked with brands such as BMW, Coca-Cola, Disney, Ford, Twitter and Yves Saint Laurent and production companies such as, Blink, Caviar, Friend, Knucklehead, Prettybird, Pulse, Smuggler and Iconoclast.













Director of Photography, Ryan Kernaghan has completed grade on the ITV drama, The Bay. Directed by Lee Haven Jones and Robert Quinn, The Bay stars as Morven Christie as Detective Sergeant Lisa Armstrong who is investigating a missing person in Morecambe Bay.


The Bay is produced by ITV and Tall Story Pictures and will air this March.