• Andrew Douglas /
  • UK /
  • 2013 /
  • 93 mins

Jamie Blackley, Toby Regbo, Joanne Froggatt, Liz White, Jaime Winstone, Mark Womack, Louise Delamere, Amy Wren, James Burrows, Stephanie Leonidas / Fiction / English

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Andrew Douglas

Andrew Douglas began his career as a photographer before directing music videos and highly influential television commercials. In 2003 Douglas directed Searching for the Wrong-Eyed Jesus, the idiosyncratic, critically acclaimed feature documentary for the BBC’s Arena. Released theatrically in North America, it won the Seattle Film Festival’s Jury award for Best Documentary and the Royal Television Society’s award for Best Cinematography for Non-Fiction Films. The Amityville Horror (2005) marked his feature directorial debut.

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