"Darling" has officially opened in Denmark to critical acclaim following it's world premiere at the BFI 2017 London Film Festival.  Set in the world of the Danish Royal Ballet, Fran worked on the film in both Copenhagen and Gothenburg last year.

The first trailer for the Danish film "Darling" has just been released.  Fran worked on the film in 2016, which centres around the tragic story of an internationally celebrated prima ballerina.  It stars Danica Curcic and Gustaf Skarsgard, as well as the acting debut of Astrid Grarup Elbo, a member of the Danish Royal Ballet.

Fran recently worked with Andy Serkis on his new feature "Breathe", which has been announced as the film to open the 2017 London Film Festival.  Fran and Andy first worked together on the award winning Mike Leigh film "Topsy-Turvy".  Check out the Official Trailer for "Breathe" here:

Fran has completed work on the new drama series WILL from US network TNT.  The series will air on 10th July in the USA, and updates can be found on social media accounts by following @WillonTNT.

As 2017 begins, Fran continues her work filming the new series "WILL" for the TNT network.  The series is set to air later this year, and was recently promoted in Los Angeles at the Television Critics Association 2017 Winter Press Tour. - WILL

ALLIED opened in the US on 23rd Nov, and in the UK on 25th Nov.

Fran recently completed work on Paramount's "Allied" with Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard, due to be released in UK cinemas 25th November.

Earlier this year, Fran choreographed the pilot for TNT's new TV series "WILL", directed by Shekhar Kapur.  The series has now been commissioned and filming began this autumn.

"Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children" is in cinemas now, and was the #1 film in the USA on the opening weekend!


Two highly anticipated films which Fran worked on have UK release dates announced:  Alice Through the Looking Glass (Dir: James Bobin) is released 27 May 2016 (UK) and Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children (Dir: Tim Burton) is released 30 Sept 2016.

Fran was recently featured in the new BBC2 documentary "Pinewood: 80 Years of Movie Magic" with Jonathan Ross.  She discussed the history of choreography at Pinewood with Jonathan, and also recreated a sequence from "Muppets Most Wanted" which is one of the many films she's choreographed at Pinewood Studios.


Fran recently finished choreographing "The Pirates of Penzance" at the London Coliseum with the English National Opera.  The production was directed by Mike Leigh, with whom she worked on the films "Topsy Turvy" and "Vera Drake". The screening of Pirates in cinemas broke the record for opera screenings, with an audience of over 40,000!


Fran has finished working on "Alice Through the Looking Glass", the much awaited sequel to "Alice in Wonderland" from Walt Disney Pictures.  She choreographed the first film in 2010 for Director Tim Burton, and this production sees her returning to a partnership with "Muppets Most Wanted" Director James Bobin.



In 2014 Fran worked with Dustin Hoffman and Dame Judi Dench on a new film for BBC1 titled "Roald Dahl's Esio Trot" which aired on New Year's Day.  Directed by Emmy Award winning Dearbhla Walsh, the film received great reviews, with the Guardian's Lucy Mangan telling readers: "Just watch it. Once a week, I’d recommend, for the rest of your life."

She also completed work in 2014 on two new feature films: "Our Kind of Traitor" (Ewan MacGregor, Carlos Acosta) and "Avengers: Age of Ultron" (Chris Evans, Hayley Atwell, Elizabeth Olsen, Chris Hemsworth, Robert Downey Jr.), one of the most anticipated releases of 2015.


Avengers: Age of Ultron -

Official Trailer


Fran was pleased to lead the team which created the movement for the Oscar-winning film "Gravity" with Sandra Bullock and George Clooney.


Fran's work as Choreographer on the Walt Disney Pictures film "Muppets Most Wanted" with Tina Fey, Ty Burrell, Ricky Gervais, Ray Liotta, Danny Trejo and Christoph Waltz is now available on Blu-ray and DVD.  Click here to see what Ray and Danny had to say about their dancing in the film!

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