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Jeremy Thomas to produce Don Quixote revival

“Don Quixote rides again,” Gilliam said. “We’ve re-written the script and finally got the script back from the lawyers… and the plan is to begin shooting next springtime.”

Jeremy Thomas, whose 1986 epic, The Last Emperor, went on to win nine Accademy Awards, is attached to the project, Gilliam said.

Nesta Morgan has sketched Jeremy Thomas during the panel on distribution at the UK film Center Pavilion in the International Village."The secret of my success: A producer focus, Jeremy Thomas in conversation with Al Clark and Rachel Robey"

Wednesday 20 May, 14.00 - 15.00
Jeremy Thomas, one of the UK's most successful producers and an Oscar®-winner for The Last Emperor, will be interviewed by emerging producing team, Al Clark and Rachel Robey (London to Brighton, Better Things, Unmade Beds). Thomas has worked with Bernardo Bertolucci, David Cronenberg, Richard Linklater, Terry Gilliam and a list of talented directors. This mentoring interview gives Al and Rachel the opportunity to discuss the career choices he has made to date, from script selection, development and casting to financing and choosing a distributor.

She also managed to have Jeremy sign the drawing.

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