The Uncertain Kingdom, the ground-breaking anthology of twenty short films from twenty directors will be released in the UK & Ireland on demand on 1st June. The Uncertain Kingdom will be available on BFI Player programmed in two feature-length volumes, which will also be available on iTunes, GooglePlay, Amazon & Curzon Home Cinema. In addition, The British Council will release the films internationally allowing their partners to view the films simultaneous to the UK release.
Dogwoof are pleased to announce THE AUSTRALIAN DREAM, a film from BAFTA Award winning director Daniel Gordon (Hillsborough, George Best: All By Himself) and Walkley Award winning journalist Stan Grant, will be releasing in the UK Digitally on Demand from Friday 12th June. The film will be available through various digital platforms such as iTunes, Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, Sky Store, Google Play, Virgin Media Store, Rakuten TV and Microsoft Store, amongst others.
The global curated streaming service MUBI has announced it will host a free exclusive premiere of EMA on May 1 in the UK and Ireland, featuring an appearance from the film’s leading talent Mariana Di Girolamo. The special preview will be hosted on MUBI and will be available to stream for free for 24-hours in over 50 countries including the UK and Ireland. Mariana Di Girolamo will introduce the virtual premiere and conclude with an exclusive pre-recorded Q&A, which will be available to watch on May 1 only.
In light of widespread cinema closures Shudder has rerouted from their planned Spring release for BLOOD QUANTUM and is excited to spontaneously launch it at a moment in history where it could not be more significant. “We knew the film was important and timely when we acquired it last year, but given recent events, Blood Quantum’s themes of isolation, fear of contagion, and humanity struggling with the ramifications of a global virus have only grown more relevant,” said Shudder General Manager Craig Engler. “When a theatrical release became untenable due to the real-world pandemic, we decided to accelerate the launch of Barnaby’s film so it would reach the biggest audience possible.”
College film student Benjamin Glass (played by writer-director Aaron Fisher) has it all: ADHD, OCD, borderline personality. And he’s also bipolar. But Glass is more than his diagnoses – he prefers the term “recklessly extravagant” – and he’s determined to prove his genius. When a misunderstanding threatens to expel him from college, Glass pushes back; he plans on recreating the incident on video with the help of a moonlighting sex worker (Ellen Toland), to clear his name. But how will he raise the money for the film, when his parents dismiss the scheme as another manic episode?
Lock & Key Films and Spillane Brain Music announce the release of MURDER MADE EASY (ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK) with music by renowned indie horror film composer Sean Spillane (The Woman, Tales of Halloween, Jug Face). Available on digital music sites April 28, the soundtrack features music from the Dave Palamaro directed murder mystery, released by Scream Team Releasing and Terror Films respectively. Murder Made Easy is currently available on Blu-ray and digital VOD.
Renowned surgeon and culinary enthusiast, Carmine Braun, invites playwright, Jeffrey Duncan, and his wife to join his eccentric friends at their semi-annual dinner party, having promised to fund Duncan’s new play to Broadway. As the evening descends into madness, the group’s true intentions are revealed, along with an ancient secret that will change the Duncans’ lives and fortunes forever.
Directed and produced by the brother and sister team of Anthony and Claire Bueno, CLEANIN’ UP THE TOWN: Remembering Ghostbusters is the definitive retrospective documentary that charts the making of the original 1984 Ghostbusters and pays a fitting tribute to the whole creative team behind today’s global phenomenon.
London based production company Snap Dance Films have announced the release of their debut feature; “The Easy Bit”. The documentary, which will be self-distributed with support from Fertility Road, The Fertility Foundation and Life Whisperer on April 29th, seeks to highlight the lack of mental health support for men going through IVF and the trauma of being unable to conceive.
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