Nemesis

Nemesis is available on digital download from 29th March, it’s a cockney gangster film about a London crime family and their ageing boss who gets caught up in a web of betrayal and revenge. It has a big London cast full of familiar names including Billy Murray, Nick Moran and Frank Harper and promises aContinue reading “Nemesis”

Dave McLean – Schemers Writer / Director

Interview with Dave McLean, writer and director of Schemers, a feature film about the very beginnings of his career whilst growing up in Dundee, Scotland before becoming a music promoter and manager to some of the world’s most famous bands including Nirvana, the Foo Fighters and Placebo. Available on DVD and digital downloads from 25th January 2021. TellContinue reading “Dave McLean – Schemers Writer / Director”

Silent Night

Silent Night is showing in UK cinemas from 11th December, on digital download from 18th December and DVD from 28th December. It’s a violent Christmas gangster film about a South London hitman Mark (Bradley Taylor – Surge) recently out of prison and trying to get his life straight in order to take care of his daughter. He’s doingContinue reading “Silent Night”

Finding Steve McQueen

Available on digital download from 16th November Finding Steve McQueen is based on the true events of the biggest bank robbery in US history when an organised gang broke into the United California Bank in 1972 to steel an alleged $30 million from the President’s secret funds of illegal campaign contributions. Harry Barber (Travis Fimmel)Continue reading “Finding Steve McQueen”

Schemers (review)

Schemers is an autobiographical account of UK music industry promoter Dave Mclean’s rise from the working class streets of Dundee promoting up and coming bands (including Scottish band Simple Minds) culminating in the Iron Maiden concert in 1980. These gigs were all organised by ‘Davie’ and his pals, as the young likely lads growing upContinue reading “Schemers (review)”

Piranhas

Based on the book by Roberto Saviano (Gomorrah) this won the best screenplay at the Berlin film festival and is a youthfully slick homage to the mafia crime world of Naples. Whilst no one is condoning any illegal kind of behaviour you can’t deny this genre’s popularity and our general fascination with organised crime. ThisContinue reading “Piranhas”