Preceding the launch of ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’, Gareth Edwards, the film’s director, reflects on his involvement, his earliest memories of Star Wars and what it means to be part of a franchise so heavily embedded in British film culture.

Shot at the beautiful La Meurice, on the the Rue de Rivoli in Paris, we were lucky to snatch a small window of opportunity to talk to Gareth during his busy press schedule. Weaving  a selection of clips from the film, together with the interview, I was able to put together a moving testimonial piece in which he expressed his genuine passion and dedication to being part of such an extraordinary film dynasty.

Post, grade and deliverables were completed by my good friends at Technicolor London.




The force is strong for Star Wars: Made GREAT in Britain