A Thousand Kisses Deep

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Dana Lustig’s time-travel thriller brings reconciliation to a troubled life.

The wish to go back into your past, and change things with the knowledge you have in the present, must be a universal one. It’s the subject of Israeli-US director Dana Lustig’s A Thousand Kisses Deep, which manages to make fantasy come alive for its heroine Mia (Jodie Whittaker, outstanding in the role). With the help of time travel.

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Sexy Beast

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Sarah Cooper hangs out with the sons of acting royalty on the set of Christopher Granier Deferre’s directorial debut.

When Brit producer Christopher Granier Deferre told us that he was turning his hand to directing, we couldn’t resist the opportunity to visit the set of his first short, Beast, even if it was on a sunny Saturday. That’s our dedication to the film industry (and a free lunch) folks!

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Granier-Deferre makes directorial debut with Le Weekend

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The British producer is directing from a script by Geoffrey Gunn.

The Hide producer Christopher Granier-Deferre is making his directorial debut with Le Weekend, a black comedy written by Geoffrey Gunn.

The History Boys actor Jamie Parker stars alongside rising French actor Pierre Perrier and British newcomer Kirsty Oswald.

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Hot projects on Screenbase

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Among this week’s newly added projects are Christopher Granier-Deferre’s comedy Le Weekend, as well as Né Quelque Part starring Jamel Debbouze.

Two reckless romantics on a doomed weekend in Normandy find themselves sharing their love nest with a disturbed fugitive in Granier-Deferre’s directorial debut Le Weekend. The comedy is based on a screenplay by Geoffrey Gunn and will star Pierre Perrier, Jamie Parker and Kirsty Oswald.

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