Great Britain. 2020. 96 min
The film chronicles both the highs and lows of Mosley’s career, during which he was one of Formula 1’s main powerbrokers as President the FIA from 1993-2009.
Produced and directed by Michael Shevloff, Mosley follows Shevlov’s previous work : Life at the Limit, which explored F1’s approach to safety and the impact of Professor Sid Watkins.
Featuring appearances from Bernie Ecclestone, Jean Todt, Flavio Briatore and Gerhard Berger among others, Mosley himself has promised the film will be a “warts and all thing”.
It’s got everything in it, including the News of the World and what’s happened since. Bernie’s interview is interesting, because they go into the whole thing of whose side was he on when the story came out.
“Someone asked does it include Hitler being a guest as his parents’ wedding? The answer is yes it does.” Mosley’s father Oswald was the leader of the British Union of Fascists in the 1930s.
“There are one or two elements in it that if I were in charge, I would cut out,” Mosley admitted. “But then it would take away the whole point of it – it needs to be independent.”
Michael Shevloff is an award-winning television, film and documentary producer/showrunner and now director. Shevloff began his career in England working on feature films such as Empire of the Sun, Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade and Full Metal Jacket. Michael produced a series of independent films including the Sundance hit, Bandwagon and the critically acclaimed independent films The Big Empty and La Cucaracha.
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