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?
Ambleton Delight is the first feature from Sussex University filmmaker Daniel Parkes. The feature drama, which was shot for £6000, stars former Coronation Street favourite Brian Capron and is set in the Sussex countryside.
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Microwave Film London is a great organisation that specialises in micro budget filmmaking. Last week we had the pleasure of being interviewed by them to discuss independent filmmaking and IndieFlicks’ goals. Check out the interview here.
Fresh off the heels of Expose, IndieFlicks are pleased to report that the trailer for Black and Blue Films latest film, Just for the Record, is now online. Directed by Steve Lawson, the film-making mockumentary contains a star-studded cast including Danny Dyer, Sean Pertwee, Rik Mayall, Geoff Bell, Ciaran Griffiths, Roland Manookian, Craig Fairbrass and Victoria Silvstedt.
If the trailer is anything to go by it’s going to be a hilarious look a the world of low budget film-making and we here at IndieFlicks look forward to its release later this year on October 1st.
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The Killers is Carlo Ortu’s first feature film. Produced by Motive Pictures and starring Ian Attfield, Matthew Jure, Anna Acton and Colin Holt, the black comedy follows two hitmen who attempt to kill their target but face unforseen problems.
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