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One of the parts I was most excited about was to update the gallery with Harlots where Jess plays Charlotte Wells. For now, enjoy the 1st season screencaps, episode stills and promotional pictures on the gallery. The following seasons will be uploaded soon:

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Television Work > 2017. Harlots > Series One

As the first upgrade as your new webmiss I have exchanged the medium quality Misfits screencaps available on the gallery for high quality blu-ray screencaps as well as capped some scenes that were missing over the gallery from both episodes. On the episode stills, I exchanged the first two available on the gallery for uhq versions as well:

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Television Work > 2009 – 2011. Misfits > s01e06 Screencaps

Television Work > 2009 – 2011. Misfits > s03e08 Screencaps

Television Work > 2009 – 2011. Misfits > Episode Stills

Jessica plays Lea in The Hanging Sun to be released by Sky. The filming started this past month, and the first look has already been released! Enjoy the first two production stills from the movie. According to Alessandro Borghi instagram page, the filming has wrapped yesterday and he shared a few on set pictures! Check them all in out gallery:

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Film Productions > 2022 – The Hanging Sun > Promotional Stills

Film Productions > 2022 – The Hanging Sun > On Set

Hi everyone. As one of the updates we were looking forward to offer, we hereby announce that the first category of the gallery is fully updated with over 1000 new pictures and high quality updates of the ones already in the gallery. Enjoy!

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Premieres, Special Events and other Appearances

Our Jessie has been added to the casting list for a new project called The Hanging Sun which will be distributed by Sky Original.

The filming will start this month, September, in Norway, and will be directed by Francesco Carrozini, written by Stefano Bises and as photographer Nicolaj Bruel. Among the main cast is Alessandro Borghi, and Sam Spruell. It is based on the book ‘Midnight Sun’ by Jo Nesbo.

“The Hanging Sun” is a noir thriller set in the rarefied atmosphere of the Norwegian summer where the sun never sets, life and death intertwine, past and present overlap. John (Alessandro Borghi) is on the run. He finds shelter in the thick of the forest, near an isolated village in the far north, where religion dominates, the sun never sets and people seem to belong to another era. Between him and her fate there are only Lea (Jessica Brown Findlay), a woman in trouble but with great strength, and her son Caleb, a curious child with a pure heart. As the midnight sun blurs reality and imagination, John will have to face the tragic past that haunts him.

Director Francesco Carrozzini said: “My first film is a dream come true. The journey to get there was a long one, but I was accompanied by a wonderful group of creatives who love cinema as much as I do”


Hi everyone! My name is Ana and have decided to adopt Jessica Brown Findlay (dot) com and finally update this amazing site to what Jessica’s been up to! You may know me from more sites (see here), so I hope I fill in your requests and give this site the love it so much deserves.

We have updated both the main page and gallery with brand new themes as the previous themes were giving some critical errors and I wasn’t able to fix them.

A DREADED sunny day so I meet Jessica Brown Findlay in a hotel near the cemetery gates. This morning she’s in the Caledonian in Edinburgh, opposite St Cuthbert’s (where Thomas de Quincy is buried, if you’re interested). It’s the morning after the night of the world premiere of her new film England is Mine at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. That’s the new Morrissey film, if you didn’t know.

She does enjoy a good cemetery, does Brown Findlay. “I love cemeteries. I find them comforting. There are so many in London, really beautiful ones. There’s a great one in Stoke Newington. I go when I have a day. I like to go to the Good Egg in Stoke Newington for brunch and then walk through the cemetery with my partner.”
She doesn’t have a day just now, though. There is a film to promote. Jessica, let’s get down to it. Morrissey. Tortured genius or knob? “Oh God … Well, it’s the music that has always got me. Certain things can be said of the artist …”

Brown Findlay is a massive Smiths fan. All-the-albums-on-vinyl-sized. And maybe the fan in her hesitated before committing to England is Mine in case it all went Smiths up. “But the script was so beautiful,” she says.
Plus, it wasn’t about the flowers and the band and the theatrics. The film, she explains, is about “the world and soul and mind of someone before that”.
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Britain’s BBC says it will broadcast in 2018 the stage production of Hamlet, starring Sherlock alum Andrew Scott as the title character.

Angus Wright plays Claudius, Jessica Brown Findlay plays Ophelia and Juliet Stevenson plays Gertrude.

Directed by Robert Icke and based on the classic work by William Shakespeare, the play transferred to the West End’s Harold Pinter Theatre for a limited season following a sell-out run at the Almeida this year. It will wrap at the Harold Pinter Theatre on Sept. 2.

“Andrew Scott’s Hamlet is utterly thrilling. His performance makes each familiar word of the play feel like it is being newly discovered. The staging in a modern-day Denmark makes for a startlingly resonant and challenging production. I am delighted that it is coming to BBC Two,” Patrick Holland, controller of BBC Two, said in a statement.

“It has been a real joy to work with such a gifted and dedicated company of actors on bringing this most-famous play to audiences in 2017. The production has been on a wonderful journey from the Almeida to the West End, and I am very much looking forward to this next step on BBC Two. To be able to offer our version of Hamlet to as wide and diverse an audience as possible has always been of paramount importance to us, and now we are thrilled to be able to bring it to people across the country,” Icke added.