Magazine article Screen International

Richard Loncraine to Direct ‘Finding Your Feet’

Magazine article Screen International

Richard Loncraine to Direct ‘Finding Your Feet’

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Richard Loncraine has signed on to direct romantic comedy Finding Your Feet, centred on a woman whose life is turned upside-down as she enters retirement.

The film is written by Meg Leonard and Nick Moorcroft(Urban Hymn, St. Trinian's) and is produced by Dashishah Global Film Production, Eclipse Films and Powder Keg Pictures.

The shoot is scheduled to start in October on location in London and Venice. Regular Loncraine collaborator Irene Lamb is casting.

Loncraine, perhaps best known for directing Ian McKellen in Richard III (1995) and romcom Wimbledon (2004), most recently made 5 Flights Up, starring Morgan Freeman and Diane Keaton, which was released in the US earlier this month, distributed by Focus.

Finding Your Feet follows a middle class, judgmental snob who finds her aspirational world turned upside down as she approaches retirement. Unable to deal with the "shame" of her predicament she goes into exile with her estranged bohemian sister, who lives on an inner-city council estate and is a keen member of a senior citizens dance group based at London's Sadlers Wells. …

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