IndieFlicks is pleased to discover that Schrodinger’s Girl, the British independent Sci-Fi film starring Abigail Tarttelin, has been selected to be shown at this years Comic-Con. Directed by Huw Bowen the film follows the story of Rebecca Hunter and her lives throughout multiple universes.
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IndieFlicks would like to wish congratulations to Duncan Jones and the cast and crew of Moon, which picked up the Michael Powell Award for best new British feature at the Edinburgh International Film Festival yesterday. The science fiction film starring Sam Rockwell opens in cinemas across the UK on the 17th of July.
We here at IndieFlicks are pleased to see such a brave and exhilarating science-fiction film come from these shores and can only wonder whether with Moon’s success we will start to see more sci-fi films made by British filmmakers?
The Cannes Film Festival is now in full swing. Two films which are representing British Independent film at the festival are Schrödinger’s Girl and The Butterfly Tattoo. Schrodinger’s Girl is a low budget Sci-Fi film starring Abigail Tarttelin and directed by Huw Bowen whilst The Butterfly Tattoo is an adaptation from Phillip Pullman’s novel of the same name and starring Duncan Stuart and Jessica Blake. The film was directed by Phil Hawkins, who was personally picked by Steven Spielberg to compete on the Fox TV show ‘On the Lot‘ and has already been given a cinema release in the US. The film was screened on the opening night of Cannes and gained a lot of good reviews. The trailer for The Butterfly Tattoo can be found below, whilst the trailer for Schrodinger’s Girl can be seen above.
For more information on Schrodinger’s Girl please click here.
To find out more about The Butterfly Tattoo please visit the official website here