Detroit may just have filed for bankruptcy but that hasn’t stopped filmmakers arriving in the troubled Us city in their droves, among them British writer-producer-director Suzie Halewood.
The British qualifying film, financed through Eis and private investment and also through local tax credits, is set in 2039. In a grim, futuristic society, online viewers determine the fates of members of the burgeoning prison population. Neve Campbell plays Nielsen, the woman who runs all the jails.
“There are a lot of derelict houses,” said Halewood of Detroit as a location. “It is absolutely desolate. On a Sunday morning, you can walk downtown seeing no-one. You won’t see »
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