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  The Drummond Will [read more]
  Will they or won't they?
  Do you sometimes find yourself missing the films of yesteryear, classic comedies, simple foolhardiness and bizarre but brilliant twists? Then maybe it’s time to claim your inheritance from ‘THE DRUMMOND WILL’. It’s been a hit at festivals all over the globe, especially in the US where it has played to sold out screenings at a variety of festivals including the recent Palm Springs Film Festival. It’s picked up a plethora of awards and received some great reviews nationally and internationally.

Shot on the Red One in black and white, the winner of 5 international awards, ‘The Drummond Will’ is a collision between old and new. A black comedy set in decaying rural England, it marks director Alan Butterworth’s first feature film, who is currently best known for winning the BFI 24-hour SHORT film challenge for ‘Not So Perfect World‘.

Release date announced soon. Click on the link above for the trailer.
  Graeme Clark [20 Jan 2011 at 20:57]
     

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