Following our outstanding work on The Falling LipSync have been awarded full-post for Carol Morley’s newest project Out of Blue.
Loosely based on Martin Amis’ neo-noir detective novel, ‘Night Train’, when homicide detective Mike Hoolihan (Patricia Clarkson) is called to investigate the shooting of leading astrophysicist and black hole expert, Jennifer Rockwell, she is affected in ways she struggles to comprehend. Out of Blue is a neo-noir detective story, a metaphysical mystery, in which Mike’s quest for the truth destablisises her view of the world and herself.
Out of Blue is currently shooting in New Orleans, Louisiana.
LipSync Produtions LLP, BFI (awarding National Lottery funding), BBC Films, Dignity Film Finance and Ellenglaze Films, Electric Shadow and Wellcome Trust finance the film. Executive Producers are Norman Merry and Peter Hampden for LipSync Productions LLP, Ben Roberts for the BFI, Rose Garnett and Joe Oppenheimer for BBC Films, Philip Herd, Andrew Orr and Cora Palfrey for Independent, Chris Reed for Freebie Films, Carol Morley for CAMP, Jay Taylor and John Jencks for Electric Shadow, Meroë Candy for Wellcome Trust. Joe Simpson and Simon Williams are also Executive Producers.
Produced by Luc Roeg (We Need to Talk about Kevin, Mr Nice, Spider), Cairo Cannon (The Falling, Dreams of a Life) and Maggie Montieth (Kaleidoscope, Searching for Sugarman), Out of Blue was developed with the support of the BFI and BBC Films.
Also confirmed are Director of Photography Conrad W Hall (Panic Room), Editor Alex Mackie (The Crown, Mary Shelley) and Production Designer Jane Levick (The Falling, Sightseers, Bronson).
Colourist – Tom Russell