Bancroft to film in Leeds and Manchester
Four-part police drama Bancroft is currently gearing up for a spring shoot in Leeds and Manchester.
Bancroft comes from writer Kate Brooke (Mr Selfridge, Ice Cream Girls) who also exec produces alongside Francis Hopkinson.
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The ITV Encore drama is the first commission-to-screen for Tall Story Pictures, the ITV-based production company founded by Hopkinson and Catherine Oldfield. The team also has a second drama lined up for production, Trauma, due to shoot this summer.
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