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The Winner of Soho House Unseen Film Festival 7! Theo Woolford. A £300 prize from The Unseen & dinner for two at Soho House. Thanks to our judges from Independent Talent & Bromantics Productions! Netflix are taking their cinema back until Feb, so see you for SHUFF 8 in March 24!


We're thrilled to unveil improvements to The Unseens' monthly showcase! The significant change is the expansion of our industry scoring system. Contributed by notable agents or casting directors, this comprehensive score will now be divided into critical performance components.

This detailed breakdown will allow talent to focus on specific areas for constant improvement. In essence, this enhancement aims to increase the overall quality of the showcase, making it a more robust platform for our industry audiences and partners to discover extraordinary new talent.


The Soho House X Unseen film festival returns this month 🔥


Soho House X The Unseen film festival part 7 is gearing up and we have a very special guest host this time round 🤫🤫🤫🤫 more details on Insta shortly


🌟🎥 We are thrilled to share that our Film Festival is evolving into a powerful launchpad for emerging actors to shine and showcase their incredible talents on a global stage! 🌟🎥 With agents, filmmakers and celebrated Bafta winning directors in the house, SHUFF 6 was a big success.


The news is out! Unseen superstar Archie Renaux will be playing a lead role in 20th Century’s new ‘Alien’ movie, Tom Jones (played by Solly McLeod) approaches on ITV and Soho House Unseen film festival is moving to Soho for our biggest event so far! 2023 is levelling up quickly👽


We are very excited to announce that February will be our final SHUFF at White City Electric cinema at Soho House and we will then be moving into Soho to borrow the beautiful Dean St Soho House cinema


After an incredibly successful The Unseen X Soho House Film Festival last month we all deserve something to relax with! Check out the latest Wonderland Interview with Unseen Talent Management Superstar Archie Renaux


Very proud to say that Unseen superstar Archie Renaux will have 2 films premiering at Toronto International Film Festival! Peter Farrelly's 'The greatest beer run ever' also starring Zak Efron, Bill Murray and Russell Crowe and 'Catherine Called Birdy' from director Lena Dunham


SHUFF pt 3 is approaching!


Another great month with a number of our clients hitting the screens! Casting director and agent sessions continue to prove popular in support of our training teams and classes have been split in half to support the ongrowing growth. Monthly showcases continue to go out to our agency partners including Artists Partnership, Curtis Brown, CAA, Luber Roklin, Revolution Talent and many others - with an increased emphasis on opening this up to smaller agencies also. Next stop Soho House Unseen Film Festival part 2!


THE SOHO HOUSE UNSEEN MICRO FILMS REEL 1 are now on the Soho House app around the world! Creating a platform for new talent to showcase around the world is one of our key aims during 2022 and beyond.

Photos from Theunseen's post 04/12/2021

Soho House Unseen Film Festival 'SHUFF' was a huge success! We'll be dropping one microshort from our new actor filmmakers weekly on the Soho House app shortly! Thanks to Robert Sheehan, Laura Whitmore, Lou Llobell, Zack Momoh, Osy Ikhile, Ed Skrein, Sinead Harnett, Arjun Rose & all of our filmmakers for being a part of it all!


The last few months have been very busy with The Unseen Drama theatre season, and a number of students playing major roles in Network productions. Now we gear up for the Soho House Unseen film festival and launch a range of free online mini classes for students! And did we mention The Unseen's move to a huge new luxurious training launchpad in Soho London?


Hitting cinemas across the UK this Friday 27th August is the new coming of age comedy 'Our Ladies'. Set in 1990s Scotland, a group of Catholic school girls get an opportunity to go to Edinburgh for a choir competition, but they are more interested in drinking and partying than winning the competition. Directed by Michael Caton-Jones and adapted from Alan Warner's cult novel The Sopranos, Our Ladies portrays the excitement and feeling of endless possibility for young women at the point in their lives when they are at their most brave. Caton-Jones has created a coming-of-ager that feels like it could have actually existed in the 1990s, as it recalls the humour and chaotic group dynamics of films like The Commitments or Trainspotting. A must-see riot of girl power and teen spirit, Our Ladies portrays the vibrant and nuanced nature of girlhood in hilarious and moving ways.


Channel 4 has released its first peek of their new drama starring pals Stephen Graham and Jodie Comer. The Liverpudlian actors will feature together on-screen in the one-off episode titled Help. The two-hour film reunites BAFTA-winning writer Jack Thorne and BAFTA-winning director Marc Munden, who previously collaborated on the acclaimed 2016 mini-series National Treasure. Set in a fictional care home in Liverpool, Help tells the moving story of the relationship between a young care home worker, Sarah, played by Comer, and a patient, Tony, played by Graham, whose lives are changed forever by the onset of the coronavirus pandemic in spring 2020. The hard-hitting TV drama will air on Channel 4 in the near future, and will be one not to be missed, with Graham describing the drama as “a profoundly important piece of social realism.”


Jennifer Hudson stars as Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, in biographical drama 'Respect'. Directed by Liesl Tommy and written by Tracey Scott Wilson, Respect explores Franklin’s struggle to break the stronghold that childhood trauma and abusive men exerted on her life, and truly come into her own freedom. Franklin's larger-than-life persona would seem near impossible to depict in one film, but Hudson rises to the challenge without missing a beat. Respect breathes absolute fire into the genre of biopics, transforming it into something completely original and soul-inspiring. This is a worthwhile look at the lives of one of the greats. The film also stars Forest Whitaker, Marlon Wayans, Audra McDonald, Marc Maron, Tituss Burgess, Saycon Sengbloh, Hailey Kilgore, Skye Dakota Turner, Tate Donovan, and Mary J. Blige. Respect will hit cinemas in the UK from September 10th.


Limbo is the thoroughly wonderful sophomore feature from British director Ben Sharrock – witty, poignant, marvellously composed and shot. Set on a fictional remote Scottish island where a group of new arrivals await the results of their asylum claims. It centres on Omar, a young Syrian musician who is burdened by his grandfather's oud, which he has carried all the way from his homeland. Reflecting the complexity of the movement of people across borders has been a long-held passion for director and writer Ben Sharrock, who spent time working for an NGO in refugee camps in southern Algeria and living in Damascus in 2009 shortly before the outbreak of the Syrian civil war. There, he formed a network of friends whose personal stories inspired the film. A profoundly uplifting portrait of the refugee experience, Limbo will warm your heart with its quirky characters and long quiet landscapes. Humour and humanity is Limbos magic mix. Limbo will be in cinemas from this Friday 30th July.


It was announced earlier this month that mega-producer Shonda Rhimes will expand her current deal with Netflix. Debuting her first Netflix scripted series Bridgerton this past December, which very quickly became one of Netflix’s most-watched shows ever. The new pact with Rhimes and her company, Shondaland, will encompass such things as feature films, virtual reality content and gaming in addition to the numerous series Shondaland is already making for Netflix. For the first time ever television is turning out its most creative, inclusive storytelling, Shonda Rhimes deserves a good chunk of the credit. Rhimes makes shows that get the world talking, forever eclectic yet relatable, a magic mix that we can not get enough of. As part of the new pact, the streamer will invest in financial and technical infrastructure to support Rhimes and producing partner Betsy Beers’ mission to create diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility programs to increase the ranks of traditionally underrepresented groups in the industry, both in the United States and the U.K. We are incredibly excited to see what this creative powerhouse does next!

"Shondaland at Netflix is creatively thriving, profitable as an asset and engaging audiences around the world with stories that fearlessly challenge viewers and keep them highly entertained all at once." Shonda Rhimes


Cousins is the new Netflix and ARRAY acclaimed Maori drama from ‘Waru’ directors. Cousins tells the story of three women bound by ancestry and separated by time. Mata, Missy and Makareta. Three cousins. Three lives. Separated by circumstances, yet bound together by blood. As the years pass, loss of the family land seems imminent and the women's promise to bring their stolen cousin home seems more unlikely than ever, until a chance encounter changes everything. A heartbreakingly moving and compelling piece of cinema, trembling with sound, colour and feeling. Cousins gives an insight into Maori culture so rarely seen on-screen. Exploring the idea that our lives are not so much with the journey, but rather the destination. Available to watch on Netflix from July 22nd!


After months of anticipation, Atypical season 4 has finally been released on Netflix. Created and written by Robia Rashid and Academy Award-winning producer Seth Gordon. The heartfelt comedy follows Sam, a teenager on the autism spectrum, who has decided he is ready for romance. In order to start dating -- and hopefully, find love -- Sam will need to be more independent, which also sends his mother (Jennifer Jason Leigh) on her own life-changing path. She and the rest of Sam's family, including a scrappy sister and a father seeking a better understanding of his son, must adjust to change and explore what it means to be "normal." Atypical is an absolute must-watch from the wonderful writing to the incredible performances, it explores and beautifully highlights the joy of being a human and our wonderfully complex relationships with our friends and family. It will warm your heart and soothe your soul. You can stream all 4 seasons of Atypical now exclusively on Netflix.


After a long delay Wes Anderson's new film The French Dispatch finally had its debut at this years Cannes Festival, and early reactions are glowing. Take a deep breath, because this cast might just blow you away. Stars featured include Timothée Chalamet, Frances McDormand, Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Benicio del Toro, Adrien Brody, Léa Seydoux, Owen Wilson, Saoirse Ronan, Jeffrey Wright, and Elisabeth Moss. The cast alone should be reason enough to allure you to the film. The French Dispatch is Anderson's love letter to journalists and was inspired by his love of The New Yorker. Set in an outpost of an American newspaper in a fictional 20th-century French city that brings to life a collection of stories published in "The French Dispatch." Full of all the magical trademarks of a classic Wes Anderson movie, dreamlike Art Nouveau aesthetic, unparalleled Andersonian wit and nostalgia for a world that never existed. The French Dispatch is set for a wide release this October.


Greta Gerwig's star has well and truly been on the rise since her Oscar-nominated Lady Bird hit our screens. Being a self professed deep thinker and feeler, and hell-bent on making her own films from the very start of her career. Her style of story telling and film making is intuitive and certain, and brimming with joy. It was announced last week that Gerwig has signed on to direct and co-write with Noah Baumbach “Barbie,” the highly-anticipated big-screen take on the iconic Mattel doll’s story, starring Margot Robbie. Set to begin production early next year, we will be eagerly awaiting the chance to see what her directorial sensibilities bring to this new perspective on the plastic icon.
“So much of making art requires some amount of mysticism,” Gerwig says.


The Water Man is the new Netflix original family adventure film that marks David Oyelowo’s directorial debut. Hoping to save his sick mother (Rosario Dawson), a young boy Gunner ventures into the remote Wild Horse forest to search for a mythical figure who possesses the secret to immortality. As the two venture further into the forest, the more strange and dangerous it becomes — with their only hope being Gunner's father (David Oyelowo). This is the story of a quest, a hero's journey, with real, raw and grounded complex characters who have no shame in showing their 'humanness'. Life is not always black and white. This is the realm where the movie really shines. The Water Man is a very moving and innocent story of heartache and unconditional love. Available to stream on Netflix from today!


Director Steven Soderbergh’s new crime thriller No Sudden Move has received significant critical acclaim, highlighting the filmmaker’s well-crafted direction and the incredible performances from its star-studded cast, including Don Cheadle, David Harbour, and Ray Liotta.

Set in 1954 Detroit, NO SUDDEN MOVE centers on a group of small-time criminals who are hired to steal what they think is a simple document. When their plan goes horribly wrong, their search for who hired them -- and for what ultimate purpose -- weaves them through all echelons of the race-torn, rapidly changing city. No Sudden Move offers a look at a city in a period of transition and what that transition does to everyone around it. Soderbergh mixes an old-school 1950s noir with a modern sense of social self-consciousness.The story and the players involved definitely make this a must-see affair, No Sudden Move is exclusively available on HBO Max.

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