Michael Caton-Jones' long-gestating 'The Sopranos' starts shooting in Edinburgh

Screen | 11/9/2018 | Ben Dalton
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Michael Caton-Jones’ The Sopranos, an adaptation of Alan Warner’s novel of the same name about a choir of Catholic school girls on a trip to Edinburgh, has begun production in the Scottish capital backed by Sony Pictures International Productions (SPIP) and Screen Scotland.

Caton-Jones first optioned Warner’s novel in 1998. “It was always fundamental that the spirit of these fantastic strong female characters was brought to life accurately,” he said.

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The Scotland-born filmmaker has co-written the film with Alan Sharp and Rachel Hirons. Caton-Jones and Laura Viederman are producing for Four Point Play Pictures, alongside Sigma Films’ Brian Coffey.

The executive producers are Warner and Jennifer Armitage of Screen Scotland.

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Set in the 1990s, the film takes place over the course...
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