Eternal Beauty gears up
A Wales-based shoot begins next month on Eternal Beauty, the next feature from writer/director Craig Roberts.
Eternal Beauty comes from Cliff Edge Pictures, established to finance, develop and produce film and TV projects written and directed by Roberts.
It was co-founded by Roberts (pictured) and producers Pip Broughton and Adrian Bate; the latter produces Eternal Beauty.
The film stars Sally Hawkins, Alice Lowe and David Thewlis.
It is Roberts’ second feature as director: his debut was black comedy Just Jim in 2014.
Production Intelligence subscribers can log in for more details on Eternal Beauty including a round-up of key production personnel such as the line producer, casting director, DoP, production manager, location manager and production co-ordinator.
Also due to start filming in Wales next month is Six Minutes to Midnight, a period feature starring Eddie Izzard, from Mad As Birds Films.
Llanberis Lake photo via FreeImages.com/Joseph Redfern.
Craig Roberts photo via Tom Wood.
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