The Imposter, the documentary that could, has crossed the £1M mark at the UK box office, becoming the eighth highest grossing non-music feature documentary of the last ten years. The film, which has been playing in select cinemas across the UK for four weeks now, marks writer and director Bart Layton’s directorial debut, and has slowly but surely become something of a success, garnering strong word-of-mouth from critics and audiences alike. Continue reading “The Imposter Crosses £1M Mark At The UK Box Office”
The Guardian have issued the debut trailer for Revolver Entertainment’s upcoming crime-thriller Ill Manors, due for release in the U.K. on June 6.
Written and directed by British musician Ben Drew (aka Plan B), Ill Manors follows six individuals from different backgrounds, all struggling to survive the circles of violence that engulfs the Forest Hill area of London where they all Continue reading “Debut Trailer For Ill Manors”
Since it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival late last month, it’s been hard to avoid chatter about Film4’s controversial, perceptive and terrifyingly honest new documentary The Imposter.
Saluted by critics as one of the bravest documentaries in years, The Imposter – from the producers behind The September Issue and Client 9: The Rise And Fall Of Eliot Spitzer – centers on a teenager who convinces a Texas family that he is their son who went missing three years ago.
From here, questions are raised, motives are put under scrutiny and the cracks Continue reading “Film4’s The Imposter Arrives Amidst A Cloak Of Mystery”