The British thriller will shoot entirely on green screen.
Shooting is underway on The Knife That Killed Me, a feature adaption of Anthony McGowan’s novel of the same name.
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The film, about a sixteen year old boy who becomes involved in the world of knife crime, has been adapted by Marcus Romer and Kit Monkman, who will also make their directorial debut.
Cast members include Jack McMullen, Oliver Lee, Andrew Ellis and Haruke Abe. Thomas Mattinson and Alan Latham are producing for Green Screen Productions.
Principal photography is underway at the Green Screen Studios, based near York, where an infinity curve green screen studio has been purpose-built for the project.
The project is being shot entirely against green screen.
The Knife That Killed Me is being distributed by indi VISION, part of Universal Pictures (UK) Home Entertainment.