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Exodus Gets North American DVD and VOD Release

By Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com

The award winning dystopian nightmare feature Exodus will be releasing in North American on September 29th, 2012. Check out the full details below.

From The Press Release

Penny Woolcock's acclaimed futuristic thriller Exodus will be released on DVD and VOD in the Us and Canada by Los Angeles based distributor Vanguard Entertainment.

Starring Bernard Hill (Lord Of The Rings), Claire Hope Ashitey (Children Of Men) and Daniel Percival (Complicity) Variety Magazine describes the film as "an eye-popping vision of dystopia that rivals Alfonso Cuaron's Children Of Men".

Synopsis

In this nightmare vision of a dystopian future, a neo-fascist politician clears the streets of immigrants confining them in a ghetto called Dreamland. But when his adopted son discovers that his real parents are imprisoned refugees his attempts to help them escape result in a war in which the brutally oppressed resort to brutal means to win their freedom.
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Indie Beat: Exodus Gets a North American Release Date

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Here at TheMoviePool we like to talk about all aspects of filmmaking and movie news. To that end, we have Indie Beat where we highlight some of the latest news, trailers, and PR releases from the indie filmmaker scene.  So if you're an independent filmmaker and want some coverage on our site, be sure to drop us a line. This week the film Exodus, from Penny Woolcock, gets a Us release date!

If you love dystopic futures, then todya's Indie Beat scoop may jut be up your alley:

Penny Woolcock's acclaimed futuristic thriller Exodus will be released on DVD and VOD in the Us and Canada by Los Angeles based distributor Vanguard Entertainment.

Starring Bernard Hill (Lord Of The Rings), Claire Hope Ashitey (Children Of Men) and Daniel Percival (Complicity) Variety Magazine describes the film as "an eye-popping vision of dystopia that rivals Alfonso Cuaron's Children Of Men
See full article at Cinelinx »

‘1 Day’ Banned From Home City’s Cinemas

1 Day, the new feature from acclaimed art-house director Penny Woolcock, is given a national UK release today (6 November 2009). But cinema-goers living in Birmingham, the city in which 1 Day is set and was filmed, will struggle to find the movie at their local multiplex, because Vue and Odeon have both banned the movie. The Birmingham outlets of the two big screen chains have taken this decision over concerns on their part that the film glamorises gang culture – an accusation that both Woolcock and her lead actor, Dylan Duffus, strongly refute.

The hip-hop infused 1 Day centres on a frenetic day in the life for Birmingham drug dealer Flash (Duffus), who is left with just 24 hours to come up with the cash he owes to a gangland boss. The movie is the first acting role for Duffus, as it is too for many of his co-stars, and he recently told The Guardian that
See full article at Movie-moron »

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