Want to find out what's filming in London this month? New film and TV shows involving Jodie Comer, Rapman and Anthony Hopkins have all started filming in the capital and we've got all the info you need! We’ve also listed what’s new to cinemas and TV screens this month. Check out the full list of titles below:
Production has started in London on The End We Start From, an exciting new thriller starring Jodie Comer and Katherine Waterston. The film is based on Megan Hunter’s novel of the same name and explores themes of motherhood in an apocalyptic setting as an environmental disaster strikes London.
Anthony Hopkins stars in One Life, which has also begun filming in the capital. The film tells the incredible true-story of Nicholas Winton, a stockbroker from London who helped saved 669 children from the Nazi invasion of Czechoslovakia on the eve of World War 2.
Another historical drama comes our way with season 6 of The Crown. The final season of the hit Netflix show is currently filming in London, and will focus on the lives of William, Kate and Harry throughout the late 90s and 2000s. Season 5 also filmed in the city, and arrives on Netflix in November with a whole new star-studded cast.
Also currently filming is Supacell, a Netflix series about a group of black south-Londoners who develop super powers. The show is written and directed by London-born filmmaker Rapman, who promised on Twitter that this will be ‘’nothing like you’ve seen before’’. Rapman previously exhibited his debut feature Blue Story at Film London’s Distributor Slate Days in 2019. Slate Days returns this year showcasing a range of exciting upcoming theatrical releases to distributors.
London On Screen
Out in cinemas this Friday, travel back to 1950s London for See How They Run, a witty ‘whodunit’ murder-mystery that kicks off when a crew member on a high-profile theatre production is found dead. Saoirse Ronan and Sam Rockwell star in Tom George’s feature film debut, the writer and director behind BBC comedy favourite This Country. Truly immersing itself in its theatrical setting, scenes were filmed in London's West End at the Dominion Theatre, St. Martin's Theatre and the Old Vic!
1917 lead actor George MacKay plays a London graffiti artist in I Came By, now out on Netflix. When the young artist discovers a dark secret, his life is thrown into peril in this thrilling new film by BAFTA-winning British-Iranian filmmaker Babak Anvari.
Finally, on BBC iPlayer this month, check out season 2 of The Capture. Don’t miss this intensely gripping conspiracy drama about the terrifying threat of deep fake technology. The BBC drama filmed throughout London from the suburbs of Sutton to The Shard and Film London Premiere Location, Printworks.
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