Principal photography wraps on Kristin Scott Thomas’s directorial debut ‘My Mother’s Wedding’

Principal photography has wrapped on Kristin Scott Thomas’s directorial debut, MY MOTHER’S WEDDING, which focuses on three romantically dysfunctional sisters trying to navigate their mother’s third wedding.

Three sisters return to their childhood home for a momentous weekend; the third wedding of their twice widowed mother, Diana (Scott Thomas). The three daughters are from very different walks of life: Georgina (Beecham), a palliative nurse; Victoria (Miller), a Hollywood star; and Katherine (Johansson), a Captain in the Royal Navy. Over the weekend, the family gathers to celebrate a new marriage, but mother and daughters alike are forced to revisit the past and confront the future, with help from a colourful group of unexpected wedding guests…

The cast includes double Academy Award nominee Scarlett Johansson, BAFTA Award nominee Sienna Miller, and Cannes Best Actress winner Emily Beecham, who play the sisters. Academy Award nominee and BAFTA Award-winner Scott Thomas plays Diana Frost, their mother. This marks the third time Scott Thomas and Johansson have played mother and daughter since The Horse Whisperer (1998).    

Joining the cast are BAFTA Award nominee Freida PintoSindhu VeeJoshua McGuireMark StanleyThibault de Montalembert, and Samson Kayo. Scott Thomas is also reunited with her Four Weddings and a Funeral co-star, James Fleet.

Co-written by Scott Thomas and John Micklethwait, the film is produced by Finola Dwyer and Steven Rales and is a Finola Dwyer Productions / Ridlington Road Production presented by Indian Paintbrush.

Scott Thomas’s creative team includes Director of Photography Yves Belanger (Brooklyn, Dallas Buyers Club), BAFTA award-winning Production Designer Andrew McAlpine (The Piano, An Education), Casting Director Lucy Bevan (The Batman, Belfast), Editor Gary Dollner (Fleabag, Killing Eve), Costume Designer Sinead Kidao (Small Axe, The Pursuit of Love), and Academy Award nominated Hair and Make-Up Designer Daniel Phillips (The Queen, Florence Foster Jenkins).

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