Hogg’s as-yet-untitled “London Project” will shoot for six weeks in and around west London.
Principal photography has commenced on Joanna Hogg’s as-yet-untitled third feature.
Known as her “London Project”, Hogg [pictured] will write and direct the film which will shoot for six weeks in West London and its surrounding areas. Presented by BFI, BBC Films and Rooks Nest Entertainment, the film is produced by Gayle Griffiths for Wild Horses Film Company Limited. Viv Albertine and Liam Gillicklead the cast, with Tom Hiddleston (who starred in Hogg’s previous two features Unrelated and Archipelago) among the supporting cast.
Hogg commented: “I continue to be fascinated by the blurred line between the comic and the horrendous - but depicting this in an ordinary, everyday context which is closer to home, and therefore more terrifying.”
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Artificial Eye will distribute the film in the UK and talks are ongoing with international sales agents.
Hogg’s debut feature Unrelated won the FIPRESCI International Critics Prize at the 2007 London Film Festival, as well as the Guardian Best Film Award with Hogg winning the Evening Standard’s Best Newcomer Award.