Lindsay Duncan (Le Week-End) and Valeria Bilello (One Chance) also become a part of Us version of ‘made in Italy’. They have joined Liam Neeson and Micheál Richardson in the cast of the project. This in which is now shooting in Tuscany after starting principal photography in London.
Moreover, D’Arcy also wrote the film’s screenplay. The one is which follows a bohemian London artist. He returns to Italy with his estranged son. This is to make a quick sale of the house they inherited from his late wife. Also, Lionsgate has picked up UK rights. This series is Liam Neeson-starrer Made In Italy. This is now underway in the UK and Italy.
However, Lindsay Duncan (Le Week-End), Valeria Bilello (Sense8) and Neeson’s son Micheál Richardson (Vox Lux) also star in the feature debut. This from actor James D’Arcy (Cloud Atlas). HanWay handles sales. Set in Tuscany, the comedy follows bohemian London artist Robert (Neeson). He returns to Italy with his estranged son Jack (Richardson). He returned to make a quick sale of the house they inherited from his late wife. Neither expects to find the once beautiful villa in such a state of disrepair
Further, the film was developed by London based CrossDay productions. It is produced by film and TV veteran Pippa Cross (Chalet Girl,) and Sam Tipper-Hale (Starfish). This with HanWay’s MD Gabrielle Stewart and CrossDay’s Janette Day as executive producers. However, Co-producers for Indiana Production in Italy are Daniel Campos Pavoncelli and Alessandro Mascheroni. The film is funded by Ingenious Media with Peter Touche and Anders Erden executive producing.
Moreover, D’Arcy, who is directing and wrote the screenplay, is known for his acting. He performed in films such as Dunkirk and Cloud Atlas. Heads of the department include cinematographer Mike Eley (The White Crow) and editor Anthony Boys (Veep).
Although, Zygi Kamasa commented, “James has written a beautiful and relatable story about a father and son. They both mend their relationship in the most unexpected of ways. Poignant, funny and heartwarming, this project reflects Lionsgate’s continued desire to make the best of British films, with the best of British talent. This is a perfect film to add to our slate for next year.”