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Watch the trailer for Branko Tomovic's Red

9 July 2017 7:26 AM, PDT | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Red is a dark thriller set in the underground world of illegal organ smuggling, the so-called red market. It’s the directorial debut of Branko Tomovic (24: Live Another Day, Entity, Fury) and stars Dervla Kirwan (Ondine, Interlude in Prague) with Francesca Fowler (Doctor Who). It tells the story of a damaged and guilt-ridden man who works in this dangerous underground world but is trying to find a way out of it. The British-German co-production has screened at prestigious festivals and already won numerous awards and nominations, including San Diego International Film Festival, Tangier International Film Festival, the European Film Award qualifying International Short Film Festival in Drama, Naperville Independent Film Festival, Maverick Movie Awards, Winchester Short Film Festival, North Hollywood Cinefest, Berlin Independent Film Festival,...

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Sean Bean and ‘24’ Showrunner Join Second Season of ‘Medici’ (Exclusive)

16 June 2017 6:47 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Sean Bean will appear in the second season of epic Italy-set period drama “Medici: Masters of Florence.” U.S. showrunner Jon Cassar of “24: Legacy” and “24: Live Another Day” has also come on board the new season.

Cassar will direct and produce four of the eight episodes of the new “Medici,” whose first season starred Dustin Hoffman and was a runaway hit for Rai 1 in Italy, notably with younger viewers. Frank Spotnitz returns and will executive produce the series. »

- Stewart Clarke

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Best Actor award for Branko Tomovic at Unrestricted View Film Festival 2017

1 May 2017 6:58 AM, PDT | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

The gritty and edgy thriller Red just picked up two awards at the Unrestricted View Film Festival in London.  The directorial debut of Branko Tomovic (24: Live Another Day, Fury, The Bourne Ultimatum) starring Dervla Kirwan (Ondine, Interlude in Prague) with Francesca Fowler (Doctor Who, Macbeth), is set in the underground world of illegal organ smuggling, the so-called red market.  It tells the story of a damaged and guilt-ridden man who works in this dangerous underground world but is trying to find a way out of it. Tomovic plays the isolated and tormented surgeon with extraordinary emotional depth which makes you emphasise with him, although he is performing these horrible crimes. For his captivating and very powerful performance Tomovic won the Best Actor Award last night....

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Watch the Full Short Film "The Burn"

2 March 2017 12:07 AM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Some fires never go out - Paul Lancaster's short film The Burn is a tense and gripping thriller set in contemporary London. It features a strong performance by Branko Tomovic (24: Live Another Day, The Bourne Ultimatum) in the leading role and the stellar cast also includes Struan Rodger (Game of Thrones, Doctor Who), Dolya Gavanski (Our Kind of Traitor, The Lesson) and Mish Boyko (Dracula Untold, Fortitude).  When an immigrant returns to London after going missing, he learns his brother could be responsible for his mother's recent death. As he moves round the city searching for his brother, he has to fight with his own rage and what he, and the people around him, think he is capable of. ...

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'Red' receives L.A. premiere at North Hollywood CineFest

21 February 2017 11:44 PM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

The gritty and edgy thriller 'Red' will have its Los Angeles premiere on March 27 at the 4th annual North Hollywood Cinefest. The directorial debut of Branko Tomovic (24: Live Another Day, Fury, The Bourne Ultimatum) starring Dervla Kirwan (Ondine, Interlude in Prague) with Francesca Fowler (Doctor Who, Macbeth), is set in the underground world of illegal organ smuggling, the so-called red market.  It tells the story of a damaged and guilt-ridden man (Branko Tomovic) who works in this dangerous underground world but is trying to find a way out of it. The 20-minute film, produced by Kaissar Film and London based House Kino, has already won numerous awards and nominations on the international film festival circuit, including San Diego International Film Festival, Tangier International Film Festival, the European...

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Branko Tomovic's thriller Red starring Dervla Kirwan receives London premiere at Vault Film Festival

29 January 2017 11:07 PM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Red is a gritty and edgy thriller set in the underground world of illegal organ smuggling, the so-called red market. It's the directorial debut of Branko Tomovic (24: Live Another Day, Luna, The Bourne Ultimatum) and stars Dervla Kirwan (Ondine, Interlude in Prague) with Francesca Fowler (Doctor Who, Macbeth). It tells the story of a damaged and guilt-ridden man who works in this dangerous underground world but is trying to find a way out of it. The 20-minute film, produced by Kaissar Film and London based House Kino, has already won numerous awards and nominations on the international film festival circuit, including San Diego International Film Festival, Tangier International Film Festival, the European Film Award qualifying International Short Film Festival in Drama, Naperville Independent Film Festival, Maverick Movie Awards,...

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Branko Tomovic's thriller Red receives German premiere at Berlin Independent Film Festival

11 January 2017 10:13 PM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Red is a gritty and edgy thriller set in the underground world of illegal organ smuggling, the so-called red market. It's the directorial debut of Branko Tomovic (24: Live Another Day, Fury, The Bourne Ultimatum) and stars Dervla Kirwan (Ondine, Interlude in Prague) with Francesca Fowler (Doctor Who, Macbeth). It tells the story of a damaged and guilt-ridden man who works in this dangerous underground world but is trying to find a way out of it.   The 20-minute film is a British-German co-production by Kaissar Film in Munich and London’s House Kino and has already won numerous awards and nominations on the international film festival circuit including Kraljevski Filmski Festival (Serbia), Naperville Independent Film Festival (Us), Maverick Movie Awards (Us). The UK premiere was recently with...

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