Hackett London have posted a campaign teaser featuring Matthew and Jenson Button on YouTube.  This was filmed in Seville, Spain in November 2023.

More footage is on Hackett London’s site –  link here –  https://www.hackett.com/gb/brand-campaign.html


Posted by britgirl on March 14th, 2024 under Hackett London, Shoots with 0 Comments
Garry Arnot @CinePerspective on X/Twitter has shared some behind the scenes images of Matthew on location filming ‘Department Q’  –
Posted by britgirl on March 13th, 2024 under Department Q, TV Projects with 0 Comments

‘Freud’s Last Session’ is available to rent or buy in the US via Apple TV, Amazon Prime and Vudu – links to purchase on Sony Pictures.com site –



Picture – SonyPictures.com

Posted by britgirl on February 20th, 2024 under Freud's Last Session, Movie Projects, Uncategorized with 0 Comments

(L-R) Alexej Manvelov, Chloe Pirrie, Matthew Goode, Kelly Macdonald & Leah Byrne

[(L-R) Alexej Manvelov, Chloe Pirrie, Matthew Goode, Kelly Macdonald & Leah Byrne

Courtesy/Josh Shinner/Getty/FX/Leigh Lothian]   

Information from ‘Deadline’ –

Department Q has staffed up. Cameras are rolling in Scotland on the upcoming series adaptation of Danish author Jussi Adler-Olsen’s hugely popular crime novels.

Matthew Goode, Chloe Pirrie, Alexej Manvelov, Leah Byrne and Kelly Macdonald are all on board Netflix‘s English-language series Deadline can reveal.

The project comes from showrunner Scott Frank (The Queen’s Gambit). It has been written by Frank, Chandni Lakhani, Stephen Greenhorn and Colette Kane. Frank directs the first two of the eight instalments. Filming is taking place in Edinburgh, where the series will be set.

Goode will play DCI Carl Morck. After a violent incident turns Morck’s life upside down, the emotionally scarred detective is charged with setting up cold case unit, Department Q, upon his return to work. At first, the disillusioned cop is happy to waste his days away, but his detective instincts are ultimately reawakened and his new department becomes a magnet for a crew of misfits and mavericks.

The project sees Goode working with Left Bank Pictures and Netflix once more. He played Antony Armstrong Jones in season two of Left Bank’s regal drama The Crown.

Pirrie, whose credits include The Queen’s Gambit, plays ruthless and ambitious prosecutor Merrit Lingard. Fellow Scottish actor Macdonald takes the role of Dr. Rachel Irving, a therapist tasked with getting officers back on the front line.

Manvelov (Jack Ryan) is Syrian cop Akram Salim, who was forced to flee to Europe and ultimately becomes part of the new department. Byrne takes the role of Rose, a star police cadet left shaken by a breakdown and looking for a chance to prove herself in DCI Morck’s team.

The cast also includes Mark Bonnar (Guilt), Shirley Henderson (Bridget Jones), Jamie Sives (Crime) and Kate Dickie (Inside Man).

Adler-Olsen’s books have spawned a very successful film franchise. The fourth film based on the novels, The Purity Of Vengeance, became the highest-grossing Danish film at the local box office. New movies are in the works.

Posted by britgirl on February 6th, 2024 under Department Q, TV Projects with 0 Comments


From acclaimed showrunner Scott Frank (The Queen’s Gambit) comes brand new crime series DEPARTMENT Q, now in production in Edinburgh.

Information and image from Netflix

Posted by britgirl on February 6th, 2024 under Department Q, TV Projects with 0 Comments

Information from ‘Collider’ –

Production is now underway in Edinburgh for a new Netflix crime series, Department Q, hailing from one of the streamer’s favorite creative partners, Scott Frank. The show is an adaptation of the novels of the same name by Danish author Jussi Adler-Olsen and revolves around former top-rated detective Carl Morck as he tackles a new cold case. As cameras begin rolling, Netflix also revealed the full call sheet of stars appearing on-screen, with Watchmen star Matthew Goode headlining the bunch as Morck and reuniting with his The Lookout director Frank.

Described as “brilliant but impossible,” Morck is forever changed by the inciting violent incident of Department Q, which saw the detective’s partner paralyzed and an officer killed. Wracked with guilt, he’s given command of the titular department, a new cold case sector that is little more than a PR stunt to sideline him upon his return to work. He eventually starts to tap back into his detective instincts and turn the basement office space into a well-oiled machine full of misfit officers dedicated to cracking whatever seemingly impossible cases come across their desks. The new series will bring Goode back to television after ending his stint on A Discovery of Witches after three seasons and appearing in The Offer in 2022.

Key among the outcasts joining him in Department Q is Under the Banner of Heaven star Chloe Pirrie as the prosecutor Merrit Lingard who is as ambitious as she is ruthless. Haunted by her troubled childhood and her brother’s severe brain injury, she turned over a new leaf to fight tooth and nail for justice, quickly climbing the ranks until she was at the doorstep of her biggest case yet. However, she opts instead to change things up and crosses paths with Morck, altering the course of her career. Alongside them is Alexej Manvelov as the former Syrian officer Akram Salim, who flees to Europe and becomes Morck’s oft-underestimated assistant, Kelly Macdonald as the therapist Dr. Rachel Irving, who forms a deeper connection with Morck throughout their sessions and conversations with each other, and Leah Byrne as Rose, a formerly promising police cadet forever marred by the stigma of her mental breakdown who turns to Morck for a second chance.

Rounding out the cast of Department Q are Mark Bonnar, Shirley Henderson, Jamie Sives, and Kate Dickie. Frank will serve as showrunner for the series and leads the writing team consisting of Chandni Lakhani, Stephen Greenhorn, and Colette Kane. Netflix likely has the utmost trust in Frank to deliver yet again, as he previously helmed one of the streamer’s colossal previous hits — The Queen’s Gambit. Nominated for two Oscars, his fingerprints can also be found on plenty of acclaimed films, including Stephen Spielberg‘s Minority Report, James Mangold‘s Logan, and Steven Soderbergh‘s Out of Sight. His most recent work came at AMC with the Monsieur Spade series starring Clive Owen.

Production is currently underway on Department Q, but there’s no indication of when it could hit Netflix. Stay tuned here at Collider for more on the Edinburgh-based series as work gets underway.

Posted by britgirl on February 6th, 2024 under Department Q, TV Projects with 0 Comments

Two new stills of MATTHEW GOODE as C.S. Lewis in Freud’s Last Session have been posted by on-set photographer, Leanne Sullivan.  



Link to post from leanne_sullivanphoto on Instagram –


Posted by britgirl on January 26th, 2024 under Freud's Last Session, Movie Projects with 0 Comments
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