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Starz, BBC release first image from Richard Eyre’s TV movie

LONDON — Emily Watson, who was Oscar nominated for “Hilary and Jackie” and “Breaking the Waves,” has joined the cast of Starz and the BBC’s TV movie “The Dresser,” which stars Anthony Hopkins and Ian McKellen.

Starz and the BBC have released the first image from the production, which director Richard Eyre is shooting in and around London. Colin Callender is producing, alongside Sonia Friedman.

Watson, whose recent credits include “The Theory of Everything,” plays the part of “Her Ladyship,” while Sarah Lancashire, who is best known for “Happy Valley” and “Last Tango in Halifax,” also joins the cast, as stage manager Madge.

Emily Watson Joins Anthony Hopkins, Ian

Also in the cast are Vanessa Kirby as Irene, Edward Fox as Thornton, Tom Brooke as Oxenby/Edmond, John Ashton as Gloucester, Ian Conningham as Kent, Annalisa Rossi as Goneril, Helen Bradbury as Regan, Carl Sanderson as Cornwall, Matthew Cottle as Albany, and Martin Chamberlain as “Gentleman.”

“The Dresser” tells the story of one fateful night in a small regional theater in England during World War II as a troupe of touring actors stage a production of Shakespeare’s “King Lear.” Bombs are falling, sirens are wailing, the curtain is up in an hour but the actor/manager, “Sir,” who is playing Lear, is nowhere to be seen. His dresser, Norman, must scramble to keep the production alive, but will Sir turn up in time and if he does will he be able to perform that night?

The TV movie is adapted from Ronald Harwood’s play, which was first adapted for the screen by Harwood for the 1983 Peter Yates film, starring Albert Finney and Tom Courtenay. The current production reverts to Harwood’s original text and presents the play as it was written for the stage.

Starz holds all U.S. multiplatform pay TV rights as well as worldwide multiplatform distribution rights, while the BBC has U.K. television rights.


TV Series & Radio Programs > 2015 – Victory > Production Stills

Two screenplays by Harold Pinter are to get their world premieres on Radio 4 with a cast including Simon Russell Beale and Mark Strong.

It’s part of a series called Unmade Movies, a collection of work from celebrated writers, including Arthur Miller, which has never been adapted for film before.

The first to be broadcast is Victory, written by Pinter 30 years ago and based on a novel by Joseph Conrad. It is believed to have remained unproduced until now.

It’s to be brought to life by writer and producer Richard Eyre, featuring Simon Russell Beale and Mark Strong in leading roles.

The play tells the story of a Swedish baron who seeks solitude in the Dutch East Indies at the turn of the 20th century – but he endangers his life when he embarks on an affair with an English girl.

Dreaming Child, another Pinter Play, will follow. Directed by Joanna Hogg, best known for her films Archipelago and Unrelated, it centres on a wealthy but childless couple who adopt a slum child in Bristol in 1868.

It stars Anne Reid, stage actor Bertie Carvel and Rose Leslie from Game of Thrones, among others.

Radio 4 drama commissioner Jeremy Howe says: ‘It isn’t often that you can announce the premiere of a script by the late great Harold Pinter, one of the leading dramatists of the twentieth century, and then two come along, both wonderfully Pinteresque and both utterly different in tone and approach. This will be a treat for listeners.’

Unmade Movies begins on February 28, BBC Radio 4, 2.15pm


Playwright’s discarded script for a film based on Joseph Conrad’s novel Victory has been adapted for Radio 4 by Richard Eyre with roles for Vanessa Kirby, Mark Strong and Simon Russell Beal.

A rediscovered play by the late Harold Pinter is to receive its world premiere next week, 33 years after it was written. The work, discarded by Pinter when plans to make it into a film fell through, has been adapted for radio by the film and stage director Sir Richard Eyre.

“It is quite something that we have another piece of work by such a great figure of 20th-century literature as Harold,” said Eyre this weekend. The play is based on Joseph Conrad’s darkly romantic story Victory. “We have the combination of two voices here, Conrad and Pinter. This makes it its own thing and I hope Pinter would have been delighted that his work had finally found an audience this way.”



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