Dark Angel eyes late August shoot
ITV's new period drama, Dark Angel, starring Joanne Froggatt, is currently gearing up to shoot in late August.
The two-parter is based on the true story of the Victorian poisoner Mary Ann Cotton, and comes from World Productions. Shooting locations include Yorkshire - the production is backed by Screen Yorkshire's Content Fund - and County Durham.
The producer is Jake Lushington, with exec producers Kirstie Macdonald and Simon Heath. Emmy award-winning Brian Percival directs from a script by Gwyneth Hughes.
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World Productions have just wrapped shooting on the third series of Line of Duty, which has been filming in Belfast over the last four months and now Series 4 is already in the pipeline. Details on both commissions are currently on Production Intelligence, along with a round up of the crucial hires and shoot dates on The Secret Agent, the shingle's major new adaptation of Joseph Conrad's novel for BBC One.Â
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