George MacKay films I Came By
George MacKay, Kelly McDonald and Hugh Bonneville will next week begin filming Netflix thriller I Came By on location in south and west London.
Babak Anvari directs the neo-noir thriller from a screenplay he wrote with Namsi Khan. Lucan Toh produces for Two and Two Pictures; Kit Fraser is cinematographer. Shooting begins on 2 August.
The film centres on a rebellious young graffiti artist who, while targeting wealthy homes, uncovers a shocking secret hat will endanger his life and those close to him. The feature also stars Percelle Ascott and Varada Sethu.
I Came By is one of a tranche of Netflix projects currently filming in the UK. Others include Bridgerton Series 2; Hard Cell with Catherine Tate; Havoc with Tom Hardy, currently shooting in Wales; Stay Close; The Crown Series 5, Inside Man and Lockwood & Co.
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