POSTCARDS FROM LONDON
Produced through The Bureau and funded by the BFI, this is in part the long awaited sequel to director McLean’s 1994 feature Postcards In America.
Steve McLean’s stylish and sexy Postcards from London tells the story of beautiful teenager Jim (Harris Dickinson, Beach Rats) who, having travelled from the suburbs, finds himself in Soho where he falls in with a gang of unusual high class male escorts ‘The Raconteurs’. Set in a vibrant, neon-lit, imaginary vision of Soho consisting of multiple studio builds, this morality tale manages to be both a homage to the spirit of Derek Jarman and a celebration of the homo-erotic in baroque art.
This is Ollie’s debut feature as Production Designer, where he was able to create and build the dark neon lit streets of a seedy but vibrant Soho in a London of the past.
BFI, THE BUREAU, CREATIVITY MEDIA
Dir: Steve McLean