In 19th-century rural England, a young bride who has been sold into marriage discovers an unstoppable desire within herself as she enters into an affair with a worker on her estate.

Director Will Oldroyd

Writer Nikolai Leskov, Alice Birch

Cast Florence Pugh

Producers Fodhla Cronin O'Reilly

Production Credits Lizzie Francke - Executive Producer, Christopher Granier-Deferre - Executive Producer, Steve Jenkins - Executive Producer, Christopher Moll - Executive Producer, Jim Reeve - Executive Producer, Pete Smyth - Associate Producer - Line producer, Sixty Six Pictures, BBC Films, British Film Institute (BFI), Creative England, Oldgarth Media (in association with), iFeatures

Will Oldroyd

William studied directing at RADA before becoming Director in Residence at the Young Vic Theatre, where he directed Ghosts by Ibsen in a new version by Frank McGuinness. Subsequently he directed a large-scale production of Sartre’s Kean in Tokyo, Waiting For Godot in Munich and Two Noble Kinsmen at the RSC for the Complete Works Festival. His opera productions include Don Pasquale at Sadler’s Wells Theatre and La Serva Padrona in Portugal. William’s first short film, Christ's Dog was written by Howard Barker and nominated for Best Short Film at the Hamburg International Independent Film Festival. His second short film, Best, written by Adam Brace, won the Sundance London Short Film competition and subsequently screened at Sundance, Park City. Lady Macbeth is his first feature film.