Nic Auerbach’s The Contract has set a Jan 18, 2016 release through VOD platforms and home entertainment.
The film centres on a financier, played by Robert Fucilla, who becomes embroiled in a violent underworld after his multi-million pound house is mysteriously taken over by squatters.
Co-stars include Danny Webb, Isabelle Allen, Nicky Evans, Sarah Armstrong, Patrick Ryecart and Dean Bardini.
Producer is Dean Fisher (City Rats) and executive producer is David Marconi, writer of Enemy of the State and Die Hard 4.0.
The Contract marks the first feature film release of Bow Street Media, run by Fisher.
The international film distribution and sales company will distribute films through its own online platform, Popcorn Movies, as well as via DVD, cinema and other digital distribution outlets, and plans to attend markets at Cannes, Berlin and Afm.
The company also plans to produce and finance feature films for release
Scanner-Rhodes Productions has begun a five week London shoot for David Marconi’s thriller Squat.
Nic Auerbach directs, Scanner-Rhodes’ founder Dean Fisher produces. Marconi’s writing credits include Enemy of the State and Live Free or Die Hard.
Robert Fucilla and Sarah Armstrong head up the British cast, with Danny Webb, Isabelle Allen, Nicky Evans, Patrick Ryecart, Jonathan Rhodes and Dean Bardini supporting.
The film follows a financier who becomes embroiled in a violent underworld when his multi-million pound house is mysteriously taken over by squatters.
It is Scanner-Rhodes Productions’ seventh feature and follows 2012 crime-thriller Interview with a Hitman, made in partnership with Kaleidoscope Film Distribution, North Star Ventures and Northern Film and Media.
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