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THE NEW 22 – MOVING INTO POST

LONDON, 9 February, 2015 – Director Angela Franklyn has wrapped principal photography of UK feature THE NEW 22.  The Manuka Road Productions’ title is now heading into post-production.

 

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ROZANSKI’S PAPAGAJKA TAKES FLIGHT IN SARAJEVO

NEW YORK, January 26, 2015 – Writer-Director Emma Rozanski has started principal photography of her UK produced debut feature PAPAGAJKA.  Set in the Bosnia and Herzegovina capital, Sarajevo, Papagajka (The Parrot) is a psychological thriller about a man whose life is drained by an unstable woman he mistakenly befriends out of compassion.

Emma Rozanski is among the first cohort of Master Filmmakers about to emerge from the great Bela Tarr’s film.factory (Film Academy) in Sarajevo. Visiting mentors at film.factory include some of the world’s leading filmmakers, critics and festival programmers such as Palme d’Or recipients Gus Van Sant; Cristian Mungiu; Apichatpong Weerasethakul; and award winning auteurs Carlos Reygadas; Jim Jarmusch; Pedro Costa; Claire  Denis; Guy Maddin; The Brothers Quay; Tilda Swinton and Fred Kelemen.

PAPAGAJKA CAST:

Susanna Cappallaro; Adnan Omerovic; Tina Keserovic; Sabina Mrgan; Vladimir Kajevic.

PAPAGAJKA CREW:

WRITER & DIRECTOR: Emma Rozanski.

PRODUCER: Louise McElhatton.

CO-PRODUCER: Guy Fixsen.

CINEMATOGRAPHER: Malte Rosenfeld.

ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS: Liamis Bilys; Yue Ting Cheng; Steve Faloon; Rachel Fixsen; Samuel Garrick (QUANTOCK); Alex Helfrecht; Kostas Makrinos; Nasir Mohamed; Michael Szekelyhidi; Violetta Tosic; Michelle Witton.

EDITOR: Kostas Makrinos.

MUSIC: Guy Fixsen.

SOUND: Guy Fixsen.

1st AD: Stijn Bouma.

CAMERA & ELECTRICAL: David Agha-Rafei; Liamis Bilys; Gonzalo Escobar Mora; Luciano Perez Savoy.

ART: Sejla Lajlani; Luciano Perez Savoy.

MENTOR: Bela Tarr.

 

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THE NEW 22: PRINCIPAL PHOTOGRAPHY UNDERWAY IN LONDON

LONDON, 26 December, 2014 – Principal photography of THE NEW 22 finally got underway this past weekend. The UK feature from Manuka Road Productions is written and directed by Angela Franklyn and executive produced by Samuel Garrick.

CAST:

Angela Franklyn; Elizabeth Griffin; Abigail Rosser; Patrick Neyman; Alan Mirren; Andrew Loudon; Parys Jordon; Alexander Elwood; Paul Bullion; Kristof Kane; Sophie Garrick; Ellen Verenieks; Robert Dawson; Charlotte Reid.

CREW:

WRITER & DIRECTOR: Angela Franklyn.

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Samuel Garrick (QUANTOCK)

PRODUCER: Angela Franklyn.

CINEMATOGRAPHER: Ash Taylor.

LINE PRODUCER: Aimee Williams.

ASSOCIATE PRODUCER: Linda Christina Riedmann.

EDITOR: Angela Franklyn.

PRODUCTION MANAGER: Francesca Lewis.

SOUND: James Lloyd.

MUSIC: Daisy Coole; Tom Nettleship.

STILL PHOTOGRAPHY: Jiri Siftar.

 

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THE NEW 22 FACED WITH IMPOSSIBLE MISSION AHEAD OF PRINCIPAL PHOTOGRAPHY IN LONDON

 

LONDON, 4 December, 2014 – With just days to go before the start of principal photography in London, Angela Franklyn and THE NEW 22 team were astonished to have Tom Cruise shooting “guerilla-style” in the same part of the city.

 

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SCORE TO PREMIERE AT EXETER’S BIKE SHED THEATRE: 14 JAN, 2015

LONDON, 21 November, 2014 – SCORE – a musical play inspired by stories of parents who have recovered from addiction and regained their children, will premiere on Wednesday, 14 January 2015 at the Bike Shed Theatre in Exeter.  

Score is a comic drama with an uplifting soundtrack that celebrates the perseverance of parents and children emerging from drug treatment services.

The play is written by Lucy Bell and presented by Documental Theatre with the participation of Quantock and other producers.

Based in Exeter, Documental Theatre is a South West of England theatre-making collective founded by writers, Cally Hayes and Lucy Bell. Through the medium of funny, vivid, well-researched theatre, they aim to tell the stories of women, children and men living at the sharp end of United Kingdom public policy.

 

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