The WWII drama, that started production in December, is set at the height of the war. A Jewish doctor must turn to a German boy he once saved; a boy raised to hate him and his kind. With the lead to be confirmed, the film stars John Bell (The Hobbit; Wrath of the Titans); Thomas Kretschmann (Eichmann; Downfall) and Martina Gedeck (The Baader-Meinhof Complex; The Lives of Others; Mostly Martha); directed by Arsen Ostojic (Halima's Path, A Wonderful Night in Split).
Scenes from The Man in the Box are available to screen at our booth.
An action packed race for survival that sees a heroic band of brothers on a mission to end World War II. Starring Julian Ovenden, Chris Reilly and Matt Willis, Allies, will be making be screened on Saturday 7th Feb at 2pm - Parliament Studio.
Allies was released in the UK by eOne (Nov 3) and will be released in the US & Canada in early 2015. Other territories sold are: France (Zylo); Japan (New Select); South Korea (Sight & Sound) and Poland (Monolith).
Our British psychological thriller, Keeping Rosy, made its market debut at AFM and was released theatrically in UK by Picturehouse last year. The film is currently on its festival run and will be a part of Fantasporto Film Festival's official selection, having already been a part of Raindance's and Dinard's official selection. Keeping Rosy was also been nominated for a British Independent Film Award.
Career-driven Charlotte is passed over for a long-expected promotion. Her frustration boils over with dire consequences. What price will she pay for redemption?
Our most recent documentary, California High, is an unbiased doc presenting the pros and cons of the legalisation of medicinal marijuana in California and the subsequent legalisation of recreational marijuana in both other U.S. states (Colorado, Washington) and worldwide.