Interview withTammy for WFTV

So, this is it: the final few weeks of post on my debut feature, Delicious, a darkly comic romance about a French chef who falls for an obsessive dieter. The film stars Louise Brealey, best known as the lovelorn Molly Hooper in TV’s Sherlock, and Nico Rogner, from César winning film Seraphine…..

Read full interview here.


Happy holidays!

Delicious has wrapped filming for this year.

We have shot for 11 days now and the end goal is in sight. It has been hard work but we have had such a great time so far working with such amazing people and there is still so much to look forward to in the final days of shooting!

Thank you to everyone who has shown such amazing support during the production so far. We cannot wait to be working with you again in 2013 to get this film in the can!

Happy holidays!



More amazing casting news…

Some more amazing casting news. Here is the press release as it appears in the Hollywood Reporter.


LONDON – Sheila Hancock (The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas), Adrian Scarborough (The Kings Speech), Finty Williams (Gosford Park) and Nicholas Rowe (Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels) have joined the cast of writer/director Tammy Riley-Smith’s big-screen debut, Deliciou

Former Working Title Exec to Make Feature Debut (Exclusive)
The movie, marking award-winning short film writer/director Riley-Smith’s first feature, stars Louise Brealey (TV’s Sherlock and The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel) and Nico Rogner (Looking for Simon).
Billed as a dark, comedy romance, tells the tale of a passionate chef who resorts to extreme measures to get an obsessive dieter to eat good food and is described as Chocolat meets Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down.
Riley-Smith begins shooting on location in London this week and marks the first project as a producer for Michael Price, whose resume as a composer boasts the double Emmy and BAFTA nominated score of BBC’s Sherlock, composed with David Arnold.
Said Riley-Smith: “It’s so exciting to get the film underway this week and with such a fabulous cast and a wonderful crew – we are so fortunate to have such a great line up on board. I am looking forward to working with everyone to bring the project to the big screen.”

Lights, camera, action…

Well someone had to say it!

It’s a bright sunny morning for our first day of principal photography. We are grateful to everyone who has worked so hard to get us to this point.

Over the next couple of weeks, we will be in Homerton, London; we will then move on to Cenral London for shooting into January. As the days fly past, we will share pictures from the set and behind the scenes in our picture gallery.

See you on the other side of the tunnel!