The principal photography for the €4.6 million Luxembourg-England-Belgium co-production "Stargazer" is currently wrapping up in Luxembourg.

After 30 days of shooting, starting with a couple of days in London, around two weeks in Belgium and another two weeks in Luxembourg - at the Filmland studios in Kehlen, LuxExpo in Kirchberg and the Villa Bauer in Weimershof - the production is finishing for the year-end holiday, following which post-production will commence. talked with Alexandra Hoesdorff of Deal Productions who provided an insight into the making of the Luxembourg majority co-production, with Luxembourg contributing €3 million of the total budget. Deal Productions is collaborating with Caviar Films/Beluga Tree and Big Safari for this project, a modern psychic thriller.

Written by Ian Long (UK) and Christian Neuman, who also directs the film (his second feature film after Skin Walker in 2019), "Stargazer" explores themes of grief, loss and the blurred lines between reality and fiction, creating a captivating narrative that balances supernatural elements with the struggles of the human condition. The storyline follows a celebrated actress grappling with the abduction of her son, Paul. Using performance as a coping mechanism, her life takes an unexpected turn when she is offered a role in a play in which she must embody the character of Paul’s captor in order to uncover the truth about her son's disappearance.

"Stargazer" stars Rosalind Halstead (To a Cinder (2023); White Dragon (tv series, 2018)), Poppy Delevingne (Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017); She's Funny That Way (2014); The Boat that Rocked (2009); King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017)), Koen De Bou (The Man Who sold His Skin (2020); Professor T. (tv series, 2015-1028)), and Elisabet Johannesdottir (Hysteria (2011); Sawah (2019); Bad Banks (tv series, 2020)).

The post-production will see different parts done in the three different countries, with visual effects being done in the UK.

When asked about when audiences could see "Stargazer" on the big screen, Alexandra Hoesdorff revealed that it would most likely be towards the end of next year. She also confirmed than another Deal Productions co-production with the UK, "Poison" is likely to reach screens next autumn.

Alexandra Hoesdorff also remarked that having a co-production treaty with the UK - like Luxembourg currently has with other jurisdictions including Ireland, Austria and Canada - "would be lovely".