Elisabeth Moss films Steven Knight drama for Hulu in Kent
A new thriller from superscribe Steven Knight has been filming in Kent. Elisabeth Moss stars in The Veil, ordered by FXC for Hulu last August.
The cast and crew were seen filming near Canterbury Cathedral, and in the district's Buttermarket. The UK filming stint is relatively brief; the series has also been shooting in Turkey (where shooting wrapped in March), Paris and London.
Knight also exec produces The Veil, alongside PatMa Productions’ Denise Di Novi and Nina Tassler, and Moss with Lindsey McManus under their Love & Squalor Pictures banner. It is produced by FX Productions.
The series examines thefraught and surprising relationship between two women, who are playing a fatal game of truth and lies on the road from Istanbul to Paris and London…
Nick Grad, president of original programming, FX said of the commission last year: “We’re excited to continue our partnership with Steven Knight on The Veil and thrilled to have Elisabeth Moss sign on for the lead role. Steven’s scripts are riveting and no doubt will showcase Elisabeth’s exceptional talent.”
Writer Knight added: “I’m absolutely thrilled to be telling this story, which is truly international and very contemporary.
“We have gathered together some of the most talented people in the business. Working with Denise Di Novi is always a pleasure and I’ve wanted to work with Elisabeth Moss for a long time. Of course, FX and I are old friends. I think this will be a landmark television event.”
A version of this story first appeared on our sister site, KFTV.
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