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77th Venice International Film Festival

One of Sophia’s latest films Listen has won two awards at the 2020 Venice Film Festival!

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Special Jury Prize Horizons / Special Horizons Jury Prize:
LISTEN di / by Ana Rocha de Sousa

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Leone del Futuro – Premio Venezia Opera Prima “Luigi De Laurentiis” / Lion of the Future – “Luigi De Laurentiis” Venice Award for a Debut Film:
LISTEN di/by Ana Rocha de Sousa

Be sure to check out the gallery for images of Sophia at the film’s photocell and premiere!






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The Hampton Court Mystery

A huge thank you to Mia who sent in these scans from educational book The Hampton Court Mystery, written by Jane Myles and Jeremy Young.

This is a language reader in which Daisy and Joe visit Hampton Court Palace, the historic home of Henry VIII. There they make friends with a girl called Kate and together they try to find a ghost in the palace.

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New Project: Listen

Here is the first look at Sophia in Listen!

SYNOPSIS: In the outskirts of London, Portuguese couple and parents of three, Bela and Jota, struggle to make ends meet. When a misunderstanding arises at school with their deaf daughter, the British social services grow concerned for the safety of their children. LISTEN portrays the tireless battle of these immigrant parents against the law to keep their family together.

IMDB states the film will be released in September 2020 at the Venice Film Festival where it has been nominated for the Venice Horizons Award: Best Film.

We will keep you up to date with the latest news!

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Decrypted

A small update with some images from Sophia’s latest project Decrypted.



Sophia is set to play Beth Barnes, a feminist rookie cyber expert and technical adviser to NSA agent Buck Johnson.

Substantial Films have updated their site to say:
Unfortunately, we were forced to suspend the production of Decrypted at the end of March due to Covid-19.

We would like to say a big thank you to everyone involved for their invaluable contributions to the production so far, and for sticking it out until we stopped shooting.

We have about 70% of the film in the can, and we’re very happy with everything we’ve got. As soon as is practical, we will resume shooting of the remaining scenes.

Meanwhile, we’re going to start editing what we’ve got, so the film will be moving forward even though the production has temporarily stalled.

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