The Lost Girls (film)

The Lost Girls is an upcoming film written and directed by Livia De Paolis based on the 2003 Peter Pan-inspired novel of the same name by Laurie Fox. Set a few generations after the events of J.M. Barrie‘s original novel, it expands upon the consequences of Pan’s promise to continue returning to the Darlings.

The Lost Girls
Directed by Livia De Paolis
Screenplay by Livia De Paolis
Based on The Lost Girls
by Laurie Fox
Produced by
  • Chris Curling
  • Meta Valentic
  • Sam Tipper-Hale
  • Peter Touche
  • Livia De Paolis
Cinematography Anna Patarakina
Edited by Patricia Rommel
Distributed by Myriad Pictures
Language English

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It was announced in September 2019 that Livia De Paolis would adapt Laurie Anne Fox’s novel for film. Fox himself executive produced the project with Razwana Akram; Kirk D’Amico of Myriad Pictures; Andrea Scarso and Jamie Jessop of Ingenious Media; and Norman Merry and Peter Hampden of LipSync. De Paolis, Sam Tipper-Hale, Peter Touch, Chris Curling and Meta Valentic served as producers.[1]

Emma Thompson, Ellen Burstyn, and Gaia Wise were originally planned to star in the film alongside De Paolis, but they exited the production at some point with Joely Richardson, Vanessa Redgrave, and Ella-Rae Smith taking their places respectively. Julian Ovenden, Parker Sawyers, Emily Carey, Louis Partridge, and Iain Glen would round out the ensemble cast.

Principal photography took place in England with support from the British Screen Sector Task Forces, wrapping in September 2020.[2]

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