82 minute feature film
Redistributors is represented for International Sales by Princ Films in the US. www.princfilms.com
Redistributors is a contemporary thriller following a PR girl on the run from the military corporation where she works. Forced to seek refuge amongst anti-capitalist outlaws – she finds that they are her only hope of destroying her former employers…and staying alive
‘Redistributors' won a UK National Film Award and is currently touring festivals. So far having received awards at the Mexico, Long Island, Wales and Colorado festivals and selection at the East End Film Festival, Carmel, Swedish, and Cordoba festivals. Here we are at the National Film Awards, with a win of Best Supporting Actress for Alexandra Evans.
See Director Adrian Tanner's TV interview about the film.
Audiences worldwide have enjoyed Jeff’s extraordinary talent for several decades. Amongst dozens of credits on radio, stage and screen, appearances include long suffering George in the news gathering sitcom Drop the Dead Donkey, Amos Diggory, father of Cedric, in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, and the gloriously sinister Silas Blissett in Hollyoaks. He recently finished a long run in the West End in the Olivier Award winning Handbagged in which he played a whopping total of ten characters.
Alastair became a household name playing Archie MacDonald in Ecosse Films’ Monarch of the Glen, but this was just one role in an impressive roll call of vivid characters he’s portrayed for film, television and the stage. Recently, he played William Brereton in Peter Kosminsky’s adaptation of Wolf Hall, and prior to that he was the Prime Minister of Denmark’s love interest in Borgen.
is best known for the roles of David Archer in the BBC Radio 4 series The Archers and Tom Lacey in the BBC drama series "By the Sword Divided" (1983–85). He is also a voice-over artist, having provided the voice of James Bond for the video-game "The World Is Not Enough.". For many years he was the voice of 'Mind The Gap' on the London Underground Piccadilly line. Bentinck has a wealth of theatre, television and film credits. He was the original Minister in 'The Thick of It' and starred with David Jason in 'The Royal Bodyguard' in 2012.
Soon to be seen alongside Johnny Depp, Amber Heard and Billy Bob Thornton in Martin Amis’s London Fields, and topping the bill as Dindrane in Dragons of Camelot, Alex has already established a highly successful international modelling career, launched in 2006, after winning Britain and Ireland’s Next Top Model. The versatility and depth of character she brought to the lead role of Liz Gill proves that she is set to be one of this country’s most exciting and compelling emerging talents on the big screen.
PLEASE DON'T HESITATE TO GET IN TOUCH
WE WILL RESPOND WITHIN 24 HOURS