He landed at Sundance in the U.S. Dramatic Competition with Ballast in 2008 and would end up winning the Directing Award and Cinematography Award (Lol Crawley) and would end up receiving a lot of recognition via the Gothams and Indie Spirits and then Lance Hammer disappeared from the filmmaking scene … that is until last April when he shot his sophomore feature in London with the great Juliette Binoche. While Queen at Sea could definitely look towards other A list film fests, we’re hoping for a Park City return. Binoche is featured alongside Tom Courtenay, Anna Calder-Marshall and Florence Hunt, and cinematographer Adolpho Veloso is also onboard. Production took place in London.
Gist: This revolves around a woman (Binoche) who moves back to London with her teenage daughter (Hunt) amid concern for her ageing mother (Calder-Marshall).
Production Co./Producers: The Bureau’s Tristan Goligher.