Magazine article Screen International

Creative England Backs Projects from Whitfield, Al-Daradji, Haigh

Magazine article Screen International

Creative England Backs Projects from Whitfield, Al-Daradji, Haigh

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Creative England has backed development projects from Terence Davies, Andrew Haigh, Nick Whitfield, Mohamed Al-Daradji, David Whitney and Shona Auerbach.

Among a raft of projects backed by Creative England are scripts from Terence Davies, Andrew Haigh (Weekend), Nick Whitfield (Skeletons), Mohamed Al-Daradji (Son Of Babylon), David Whitney (Kandahar Pass) and Shona Auerbach (Dear Frankie).

Haigh's anticipated Weekend follow-up Simon is Waiting follows an LA-based British actor as he waits for the results of an HIV test.

Writer-director Whitfield is developing time-travel comedy My Dirty Little Book of Stolen Time with producers Tracy Brimm and Kate Myers.

Al-Daradji is working on 3 Voices: In the Sands, a documentary drama based on the Iraq conflicts, which will serve as a prequel to acclaimed Son of Babylon.

Auerbach is to direct an adaptation of 1950s novel Black Rock. …

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