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Edinburgh title 'Swung' swings deals

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Edinburgh title 'Swung' swings deals
Exclusive: The Works closes UK, Germany, Asian deals on romance.

UK sales outfit The Works International has inked a number of deals on Colin Kennedy’s debut romance Swung ahead of the film’s world premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival (June 17-28).

Swung has sold to the UK (Metrodome), Australia/New Zealand (Rialto), Germany (Meteor), Japan (At Entertainment) and South Korea (Double & Joy).

Directed by former Screen International Star of Tomorrow and BAFTA Scotland-winner Kennedy and produced by Brian Coffey (Starred Up), Elena Anaya (The Skin I Live In), Owen McDonnell (Saving The Titanic) and Elizabeth McGovern (Downton Abbey) star in the story of an encounter in the swinging scene, which has an unexpected impact on a couple’s relationship.

Ewan Morrison’s script is based on the novel of the same name. The project was financed by Creative Scotland and Boudica Films.

Clare Crean, head of sales for The Works, said: “The response
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Works swings for Kennedy's Swung

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Works swings for Kennedy's Swung
Exclusive: The Skin I Live In star Elena Anaya to star in Colin Kennedy’s feature debut.

Principal photography is underway in Glasgow on Colin Kennedy’s debut feature Swung, starring The Skin I Live In star Elena Anaya.

The Works International will introduce buyers to the Sigma-produced English-language romance here at the Afm.

Based on a script adapted by author Ewan Morrison from his book of the same name, Swung follows a couple whose relationship spirals out of control after they come across a swingers website.

Saving the Titanic actor Owen McDonnell co-stars alongside Anaya.

Brian Coffey (Starred Up) produces for Sigma Film, with finance coming from Creative Scotland, Boudica Films and the UK tax credit.

Executive producers are Gillian Berrie for Sigma and Rebecca Long and Ian Davies for Boudica.

Kennedy, a Screen Star of Tomorrow in 2011, was second unit director on David Mackenzie’s Perfect Sense and Tonight You’re Mine.
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The British Independent Film Festival Award Nominations Announced

On the 3rd and 4th of May the Empire cinema in Leicester Square will play host to the British Independent Film Festival and the Film Festival Guild have today announced the list of nominations for their annual awards.

With a keen understanding of the often London-centric nature of celebrations of UK Independent film both the feature films and the series of shorts are playing in eleven cinemas across the country over the month of May. This is a welcome state of affairs, one which the London Film Festival embraced last year with a similar nationwide programme, and it should enable the films and the filmmakers to reach a far wider audience.

To see which cinemas near you are playing the festival films click here, and below is a taste of the talent and happenings from the festival last year.

The award categories and nominees are listed below, and click here
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'Saving The Titanic' To Receive UK Premiere

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Having aired on RTÉ last Monday (April 9), Ifta award winning director Maurice Sweeney's 'Saving The Titanic' will receive its UK premiere this weekend on History UK. The 92-minute drama-documentary, produced by Ireland's Tile Films, will air in the UK tomorrow (April 14) at 6pm on History UK with a repeat later in the evening at 10pm. It has been renamed as 'Heroes of the Titanic' for the History UK broadcast.
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Win Saving the Titanic on DVD

There have been many stories and dramas of the final few hours of the Titanic, but the unique tale of how a team of engineers attempted to save the stricken vessel has never been told before. Now 100 years later this gripping true story is told in Saving the Titanic, which comes to DVD for the first time on 16th April 2012, and we have two copies of the film to give away to our readers. Take a look at a synopsis, and read on for details of how to enter...

Saving the Titanic tells the story of the disaster from below deck. Based upon eyewitness accounts, this remarkable docu-drama recounts how nine men attempted to courageously hold back the power of the sea and keep the power systems running, even when they learned that all was lost. Most of these men died but their actions saved many lives.

The film features
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