March for Everything Carries Me To You
A March shoot is currently on the cards for Everything Carries Me To You, a forthcoming feature from director Emma Holly Jones.
The feature has been developed from a short of the same name which Jones produced and directed in 2011.
Set in London, it centres on a talented young ballet dancer who falls for an esteemed American photographer, a relationship which could potentially ruin her career.
Tom Butterfield and Hilary Shor produce the film, which reportedly has Samantha Barks, Freddie Fox and Margo Stilley attached. On Production Intelligence you will find the names of the line producer and casting director, with more to follow next year.
Butterfield has recently been working on London Town, starring Daniel Huttle as a teenager whose life is changed forever when he discovers The Clash. Jonathan Rhys Meyers plays frontman Joe Strummer.
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