private: British company Lightbulb Film Distribution has acquired the Canadian revenge thriller g.
The film is written and directed by Carl R. Hearn, and stars Dale Dickey (Winter's Bone, Hell or High Water). The film will premiere in the UK at the Glasgow Film Festival on February 29. Here's the story: A mysterious old woman seeks revenge on the corrupt legal guardian who ruined her life.
Lightbulb acquired the rights from UKI and ANZ. Level Film will release the film in Canada.
“We are happy to be able to do that g Following its recent world premiere at Tallinn Black Nights. Peter Thompson, Director of Sales and Acquisitions, said: “Karl is a forward-thinking filmmaker and a fresh voice in this avant-garde genre, and we are thrilled to be on this journey with him.”
Writer and director Carl R. Hearn added: “We are delighted that Lightbulb will be bringing our film to the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. This film is a dark winter thriller based on the shenanigans of real-world old people and is inspired by the story and character of my grandmother. The film revolves around a woman who refuses to accept that her life is over, regardless of her age and condition. “I think it's an anti-aging revenge story.”
The Glasgow Film Festival is scheduled to take place from February 28 to March 10. The festival opens with the UK premiere of Rose Glass's latest film. Love bleeds lies Starring Kristen Stewart. Director Viggo Mortensen is among the festival's guests, appearing live on In Conversation, followed by the UK premiere of his new western. The dead are not harmed. The film stars Mortensen alongside Vicki Cripps, Danny Huston, and Scottish actor Solly MacLeod. Director Ben Wheatley will also be at the festival to screen his first feature film. lower balcony, Followed by a question and answer session.
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