George Isaac has launched his directorial debut “All Things to All Men,” starring Gabriel Byrne, Rufus Sewell and Toby Stephens.

Isaac, who produced Brit pics “Kidulthood” and “Adulthood,” will direct from his own original script. London-set story concerns a sophisticated professional thief hired to pull off the ultimate job who becomes caught between the head of a maverick police unit and a feared crime lord. Lensing began Wednesday in London.

Pic is being produced and fully financed by thesp-producer Pierre Mascolo and Isaac’s Cipher Films, the venture they formed in 2003 to finance and produce “Kidulthood” and “Adulthood.”

Supporting cast for “All Things to All Men” includes Mascolo, Elsa Pataky (“Snakes on a Plane”), Leo Gregory (“Wild Bill”), Terence Maynard (“Revolver”), James Frain (“Boiler Room”), David Schofield (“Gladiator”) and Julian Sands (“The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo”).

Irish thesp Byrne can next be seen in Barnaby Southcombe’s “I, Anna” with Charlotte Rampling, while Rufus Sewell stars in Timur Bekmambetov’s “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” alongside Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Dominic Cooper.