David Knight - 10th Oct 2011

After collaborating on Charon, David Wilson reunites with Keaton Henson for You Don't Know How Lucky You Are.

A period piece shot on Dartmoor, it's an intense study in misery, and graced with with a quietly gripping performance by Sophie Thompson.

Keaton Henson
You Don't Know How Lucky You Are
Produced and Directed by David Wilson
Written by Keaton Henson and David Wilson
Starring Sophie Thompson
Executive Producer: Tamsin Glasson
DoP: Richard Stewart
1st AD: William Williamson
Styling: Laura Clayton
Edit: James Rose at Cut&Run
Focus Puller: Murren Tullet
?Camera Assistant: Andy Lawrence
Grip: Daniel Levaida
Clapper Loader: Jack Johns
Colourist: Luke Morrison at The Mill
Catering and Wardrobe Assistant: Jane Wilson
Driver and Runner: Nick Wilson

Credits

Executive ProducerTamsin Glasson
DirectorDavid Wilson
1st ADWilliam Williamson
StylistLaura Clayton
EditorJames Rose
Director of PhotographyRichard Stewart
GripDaniel Levaida
Clapper LoaderJack Johns
ColouristLuke Morrison
Production CompanyColonel Blimp
Focus PullerMurren Tullett

David Knight - 10th Oct 2011

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