Damian and The Silent Storm director Corinna Villari-McFarlane are interviewed by Empire at Cannes on May 21st. The clip starts at 18:19.
Also, from the Daily Express:
He will be shooting on the Isle of Mull for the thriller The Silent Storm, which will co-star Andrea Riseborough.
Much of the action will be filmed around Tobermory, and the film is backed by Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson, the current producers of the James Bond films.
Cameras are to roll at the end of June on the picture, a story about a presbyterian minister and his wife and their encounter with a young delinquent.
Speaking after the Cannes Film Festival where the film was announced, the multi-award-winning Band of Brothers star Lewis, 42, said: “I cannot wait to work with Andrea at last and get our teeth into these very meaty roles.
“There is nothing so rewarding for a film actor as the intensity of an intimate shoot like this will be, isolated away in a beautiful part of the world.”
Flush with the success of Skyfall, which grossed $1billion at the box office, Bond producer Ms Broccoli snapped up the first-time feature from Corrina Villari-McFarlane.
Having produced theatre hits Chariots of Fire and current musical Once, but never having ventured away from Bond on the big screen, Ms Broccoli said: “I was so excited by the script that I read it twice. I found behind it a young, gutsy British female film-maker. Well, I’m a big believer there should definitely be more of those.”
Lewis could take the role because Homeland is on a break this summer.
In Silent Storm he is a Second World War veteran who comes home to a changing community.
Lewis said: “He is a man of a bygone era, beaten down, pent up and repressed, so he crushes the women around him. It is a tempestuous, brooding drama, just one of those magical pieces.”