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    • Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul

      Cinema Release
      DIARY OF A WIMPY KID: THE LONG HAUL - 26th May 2017 
      Director of Photography – Anthony Richmond

    • Whisky Galore

      Cinema Release
      WHISKY GALORE - 19th May 2017
      Script Supervisor - Liz West

    • Jawbone

      Cinema Release
      JAWBONE - 12th May 2017 
      1st Assistant Director – Liam Lock

    • King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

      Cinema Release
      KING ARTHUR: LEGEND OF THE SWORD - 19th May 2017
      Set Decorator - Tina Jones

    • Broken

      BROKEN - 23th May - 27th June 2017 weekly on BBC ONE @ 9pm
      Director of Photography - Joel Devlin

    • White Gold

      WHITE GOLD - 24th May - 28th June 2017 weekly on BBC TWO @ 10pm
      Make Up & Hair Designer - Lesley Lamont-Fisher

    • Guerrilla

      GUERRILLA - 13th April - 18th May 2017 weekly on Sky Atlantic @ 9pm
      Make-Up & Hair Designer - Catherine Scoble
      Script Supervisor - Liz West (Eps 1, 2 & 6)


    • Born To Kill

      BORN TO KILL - 20th April - 11th May 2017 weekly on Channel 4 @ 9pm
      Director of Photography - Joel Devlin (Eps 3 & 4)
      Production Sound Mixer - Nigel Albermaniche 


    • Harlots

      HARLOTS - 27th March - 15 May 2017 weekly on ITV Encore @ 10pm
      Production Sound Mixer - Steve Phillips


    • The Last Kingdom 2

      THE LAST KINGDOM 2 - 16th March - 4th May 2017 weekly on BBC2 @ 9pm
      Make-up & Hair Designer - Kate Benton
      Script Supervisor - Connie Fyans (Eps 5,6,7,8)



Latest news

May 2017

This month we welcome Line Producer Greg McManus to the CMM family! 

Congratulations to all of the BAFTA Television Award 2017 winners, but especially to the following:

BAFTA Award for Best Drama Series:

HAPPY VALLEY - Sally Wainwright, Juliet Charlesworth, Nicola Shindler, Neasa Hardiman - Red Production Company/BBC One
Production Designer - John Collins


BAFTA Award for Best Mini-Series:

NATIONAL TREASURE - George Ormond, Marc Munden, Jack Thorne, John Chapman - The Forge/Channel 4
Make-Up & Hair Designer - Jody Williams
Production Sound Mixer - Nigel Albermaniche
Script Supervisor - Liz West


BAFTA Award for Best Single Drama:

DAMILOLA, OUR LOVED BOY - Levi David Addai, Euros Lyn, Susan Horth, Colin Barr - Minnow Films/BBC One
Make-Up & Hair Designer - Jody Williams
Production Sound Mixer - Nigel Albermaniche
Script Supervisor - Jane Jackson

Click on the link below for the full list of winners.
BAFTA Television Awards winners 2017


Congratulations to 'IN PLAIN SIGHT' for winning Best Drama at the RTS Scotland Awards:

Production Designer: Tom Sayer
Costumer Designer: Alison McCosh

Click on the link below for the full list of winners.
RTS Scotland Awards Winners 2017


Congratulations to 'MOON DOGS' for winning Best Film at the Newport Beach Film Festival

Production Designer - Jason Carlin
2nd Unit 1st Assistant Dir - Graham Drover

Moon Dogs

Congratulations to all of the 76th Peabody Awards 2017 winners, but especialy to the following: 

Best Entertainment

Production Designer - John Collins

Make-Up & Hair Designer - Jody Williams 
Production Sound Mixer - Nigel Albermaniche
Script Supervisor - Liz West

Click on the link below for the full list of finalists.
76th Peabody Awards finalists 2017

Congratulations to 'UNTITLED' for winning both Best Editing (Emma Collins) and Best Feature at the 2017 Unrestricted View Film Festival. To see the full list of winners, click here. 


Editor - Emma Collins

In our cinemas this month…

UNLOCKED –  A female-led Jason Bourne style thriller. When CIA interrogator, Alice Racine, is tricked into giving terrorists some vital information, she must team up with an MI5 agent in London to prevent a major terrorist attack.  Featuring Noomi Rapace, Orlando Bloom and Michal Douglas.
Director: Michael Apted    Producers: Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Georgina Townsley
Executive Producer – Kevan Van Thompson
Line Producer (UK) – Laura Julian


KING ARTHUR: LEGEND OF THE SWORD – The legend of King Arthur is brought to the screen with the dynamic stylings of Guy Richie in this action adventure epic. After being robbed of his birthright, Arthur is brought up in the back alleys of the city. But once he pulls the sword from the stone, he is forced to acknowledge his true legacy.  Featuring Charlie Hunnam, Jude Law and Annabelle Wallis.
Director: Guy Richie    Producers: Akiva Goldsman, Joby Harold, Guy Ritchie, Tory Tunnell, Lionel Wigram
Set Decorator – Tina Jones


WHISKY GALORE – Based on the true story of the sinking of the cargo ship ‘SS Politician’ off Eriskay in 1941. This remake of the much loved Ealing comedy focuses on the Scottish islanders as they try to plunder cases of whisky from the stranded ship.  Featuring Eddie Izzard, Sean Biggerstaff, James Cosmo
Director: Gilles MacKinnon    Producers: Iain Maclean, Alan J Wands
Script Supervisor – Liz West


JAWBONE – Written by and starring Johnny Harris, Jawbone tells the story of former youth boxing champion Jimmy McCabe who, after struggling with alcoholism, returns to his childhood boxing club to get his life back on track. Owner Bill, corner man Eddie and promoter Joe set him up with a one-off fight, but, faced with a new, young contender and his own problems, can Jimmy stand tall again?  Featuring Ian McShane, Ray Winstone, Johnny Harris, Michael Smiley
Director: Thomas Napper    Producers: Mike Elliott, Lee Groombridge
1st Assistant Director – Liam Lock


DIARY OF A WIMPY KID: THE LONG HAUL – The fourth installment of the Diary of the Wimpy Kid films, this time with an entirely new cast. A Heffley family road trip to attend Meemaw’s 90th birthday party goes hilariously off course thanks to Greg’s newest scheme to get to a video gaming convention.  Featuring: Alicia Silverstone, Tom Everett Scott and Charlie Wright.
Director: David Bowers    Producers: Nina Jacobson, Bradford Simpson
Director of Photography – Anthony Richmond



On TV this month…


JAMESTOWN – From the multi award-winning producers of Downton Abbey and Stan Lee’s Lucky Man comes a new original drama series. Set in the early 17th Century, Jamestown tells the story of three courageous, dynamic women who leave their dark pasts behind in England, and make a journey across the ocean for a new life in America.  Featuring Naomi Battrick, Sophie Rundle and Niamh Walsh.
Directors: John Alexander, Sam Donovan    Producer: Sue de Beauvoir
Line Producer – Julia Valentine (Eps 1-4)
Editor - Alastair Reid (Eps 3, 4)


WHITE GOLD – A brand new sitcom from the creators of The Inbetweeners. Set in Essex 1983, White Gold tells the story of a double-glazing showroom, led by the charismatic rule-breaking salesman, Vincent Swan. Expect dodgy shenanigans, scams and petty rivalries.  Featuring Ed Westwick, James Buckley and Joe Thomas.
Director: Damon Beesley    Producer: Phil Gilbert
Make Up & Hair Designer – Lesley Lamont-Fisher


BROKEN – From award winning writer Jimmy McGovern comes a new primetime drama to BBC One. A well-respected Catholic priest in a Northern urban parish must be a confidante, counsellor and confessor to a congregation struggling to reconcile its beliefs with the challenges of daily life.  Featuring Sean Bean, Anna Friel and Faye McKeever.
Directors: Ashley Pearce, Noreen Kershaw    Producers:Colin McKeown, Donna Molloy
Director of Photography – Joel Devlin


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