Bits & Pieces: Red Edition

The bit is a basic unit of information in information theory, computing, and digital communications. The name is a portmanteau of binary digit.

Eureka Entertainment have announced the theatrical release of Werewolf, an allegorical wartime thriller that is both a coming-of-age and survivor story, will be released in cinemas nationwide (UK & Ireland) from 20 September 2019. Werewolf is a Polish World War II thriller about eight children who have escaped from a concentration camp and are hiding in a secluded villa to avoid the bloodthirsty hounds that have been released by the SS officers before their retreat.

As to the Moon landing’s 50th anniversary commemorations in July draw closer to lift off, and with Todd Douglas Miller’s documentary Apollo 11 splashing down in cinemas  the dramatic account of this epoch-making event has also been retold in APOLLO, the best-selling graphic novel by a team of British storytellers.  Written by Matt Fitch and Chris Baker, with art by Mike Collins, the book explores each dramatic step of the journey before the one giant leap, uniting facts, with urban legend, Supported by extensive bits of research from books, official documents and recordings, an authentic and unique account of Neil Armstrong, Edwin ‘Buzz’ Aldrin and Michael Collins’s historic adventure, this is a dynamic interpretation of those events of 20th July 1969.

After leaving behind a painful past to follow her dreams, Sarah scores the perfect Hollywood apartment. But something is not right. Unable to sleep, tormented by strange noises and threatening notes, her new life quickly starts to unravel into bits. By the time she learns the horrifying truth, it’s too late. Caught in a waking nightmare, Sarah must find the strength to hold onto her crumbling sanity…or be trapped forever in an existential hell. Horror films don’t come more instantly identifiable than 1BR… Marmor’s smart script and solid cast make 1BR one of Fantasia 2019’s top discoveries. Don’t sleep in this 1BR, but don’t sleep on it, either. – Matthew Kiernan, Fantasia International Film Festival



The Movie Partnership and Bird Box Distribution are excited to announce that star studded action thriller Killers Anonymous will premiere at King’s Cross Everyman Cinema on 27th August, with a special Q&A. The film will be released in selected UK cinemas from 28th August and will also be available on Digital Download, DVD & Blu-ray from 26th August.

With Daniel Craig’s final outing as the infamous double OO7 agent less than a year away, Leasing Options have been crunching the numbers to determine which of Bond vehicles has caused the most damage over his 57 year career. Taking into account each vehicle’s gadgets, crashes, explosions and kills, you can explore the stats for every single minute of every single vehicle that Bond has driven since 1962 here.

Such a Funny Life” is about the Guiterrez family who moves to New York from “nowhere”. Our main character, David grew up in a challenging household with an abusive and plotting father Ralph, and mentally challenged mother Mariah. David is a complete pariah in school and in the street but he is destined to be a comic and entertainer. Through his childhood we follow him as he loses his sister Gabriella, to a tragic death, and then in his teens he falls in love with a complicated and troubled girl named Mariah. He befriends Tito, the responsible kid turned club owner and Rob, the neighborhood leader who turns into the biggest drug dealer in Brooklyn. We see the bits of evolution of David as he juggles painful circumstances with dire decisions while still honing his ambition to be a successful comic, entertainer and actor. An inevitable story of secrets, loss, and betrayal to reach the top and later forces David to Los Angeles to start a new life where he achieves success in all aspects, albeit with a unknown price on his head and a trail of fire that threatens his family, friends and loved ones that goes deeper than any one of his comedy acts or movie roles. 

Looking to escape the heat and have already seen Toy Story 4? Never fear one of history’s most celebrated names arrives on the big screen in Ammo Content’s Leo Da Vinci: Mission Mona Lisa. Directed by Sergio Manfio, this delightful new take on the great Leonardo Da Vinci will open in cinemas across the United States on August 2, 2019. With its endearing characters, thrilling story and stunning animation, this is a Summer holiday film families will not want to miss. Find a theater near you: www.leodavincimovie.com.

Republic Film Distribution has confirmed that it will be releasing festival favourite FOR SAMA in cinemas across the UK and Ireland on the 13th September. Winner of the Golden Eye Documentary Prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, Grand Jury prize for Best Documentary and the Audience Award at SXSW, the film has been doing bits on the festival circuit. Directed by Emmy award winning filmmakers Waad al-Kateab and Edward Watts, FOR SAMA is their first feature documentary, revealing an intimate and epic journey into the female experience of war.

Laura Albert (Laura Dern, Big Little Lies) writes as her “avatar,” a disenfranchised young queer man named JT LeRoy. When her debut novel becomes a best-seller and JT becomes the darling of the literary world, she comes up with a unique solution to preserve her bits of anonymity but give life to her nom-de-plume.  Enter her boyfriend’s androgynous sister Savannah Knoop (Kristen Stewart, Twilight), who connects with Laura’s punk, feminist, outsider universe and agrees to be JT in the public eye. Together, they embark on a wild ride of double lives, infiltrating the Hollywood and literary elite, and discovering who they are while pretending to be someone else.

Laura Albert (Laura Dern, Big Little Lies) writes as her “avatar,” a disenfranchised young queer man named JT LeRoy. When her debut novel becomes a best-seller and JT becomes the darling of the literary world, she comes up with a unique solution to preserve her anonymity but give life to her nom-de-plume.  Enter her boyfriend’s androgynous sister Savannah Knoop (Kristen Stewart, Twilight), who connects with Laura’s punk, feminist, outsider universe and agrees to be JT in the public eye. Together, they embark on a wild ride of double lives, infiltrating the Hollywood and literary elite, and discovering who they are while pretending to be bits of someone else.


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Alton loves film. He is founder and Editor In Chief of BRWC.  Some of the films he loves are Rear Window, Superman 2, The Man With The Two Brains, Clockwise, Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind, Trading Places, Stir Crazy and Punch-Drunk Love.

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