Ruth Wilson to produce True Things About Me
Ruth Wilson will produce – alongside Jude Law – True Things About Me, in which she will also star.
The feature film is based on the book of the same name by Deborah Kay Davies, in which a young woman living on the edge of society becomes intoxicated by a stranger.
Shooting is due to begin in the south-east in the spring with Harry Wootliff directing from her own screenplay.
Tristan Goligher produces for The Bureau alongside Wilson, Law and Ben Jackson (Law’s producing partner at Riff Raff). BBC Films is backing the project.
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The Bureau recently finished production on writer/director Harry Macqueen’s feature Supernova, which filmed largely in the Lake District, starring Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci.
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