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Jordan Scott’s ‘Cracks’ Begins Irish Shoot
19 May 2008 :
Eva Green
British helmer Jordan Scott’s directorial debut ‘Cracks’ begins shooting this week on location in Ireland. The film features a stellar cast including Eva Green (Casino Royale), Juno Temple (Atonement), Imogen Poots (28 Weeks Later) and Maria Valverde (La Flaqueza del Bolchevique).

Jordan Scott is the daughter of producer/director Ridley Scott (American Gangster, Gladiator), who is set to executive produce ‘Cracks’. The film shoots in Ireland for seven weeks, on location in Dublin, Wicklow and Meath, followed by two days in the UK’s Pinewood Studios. Two 13 year old Irish girls, Adele McCann and Zoe Carroll, will make their acting debuts in the feature.

’Cracks’, set in a 1935 girl’s boarding school, follows a girl’s unhealthy bond with her teacher ‘Miss G’. When the arrival of an exotic and beautiful foreign student threatens the status quo, there are tragic consequences for them all.

’Cracks’ is co-produced by Dublin’s Element Pictures and the UK’s Scott Free and Future Films (Flawless, Goodbye Bafana). Killer Films and Industry Entertainment who developed the project are also producing.

Kwesi Dickson will produce for Future Films, with Andrew Lowe producing for Element. DOP on the shoot is John Mathieson (Gladiator, Kingdom of Heaven), with production design by Ben Scott (Far North, A Good Woman) and costume design by Irish designer Allison Byrne (Song for a Raggy Boy, The Daisy Chain). Post-production will take place in the UK.

“We are delighted that Jordan Scott has chosen to film her first film on location in Ireland,” said Naoise Barry, Film Commission, Irish Film Board. “The Irish Board's US office has worked hard to attract this production. Ireland is particularly attractive for feature films in the $10 to $30 million range, the combination of our tax incentive section 481 and IFB finance was key to the financing of this project."



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