Born to Kill filming set for late spring
A new psychological thriller for Channel 4, Born to Kill, is set to shoot in late spring for 10 weeks.
Born to Kill is the first commission from writing duo Tracey Malone (Silent Witness) and first-time TV writer and actor Kate Ashfield.
The film examines the mind of a teenage boy battling psychopathic desires as he first experiences falling in love.
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World Productions are currently in development on the fourth series of the award-winning Line of Duty, currently eyeing an end-of-year shoot in Belfast.
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