Country Music preps for filming
A new feature about a young musician who dreams of making it in Nashville is in pre-production in Glasgow.
Country Music is set to star Jessie Buckley as the aspiring singer and comes from Fable Pictures, the company founded by Faye Ward and Eugenio Perez in 2016.
Tom Harper directs from a screenplay by Nicole Taylor, writer of the acclaimed TV dramas Three Girls and The C Word.
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Fable Pictures recently completed work on Stan and Ollie, the period feature about the iconic comedians Laurel and Hardy during their 1953 UK tour. Jeff Pope wrote the screenplay, which was directed by Jon S Baird. Steve Coogan and John C Reilly star.
Country Music is one of around 115 pre-production projects currently listed on Production Intelligence, including Disney’s Christopher Robin and Dumbo and the Mamma Mia! sequel.
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Jessie Buckley photo via Getty Images Ent/David M Benett.
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