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New Release Strategy - God's Own Country and Daphne

Posted: Thu, 20 Jul 2017 17:15

New Release Strategy - God's Own Country and Daphne

We are delighted to announce the next BFI FAN New Release Strategy titles, God's Own Country (Picturehouse, 1 Sept) and Daphne (29 Sept), two great British films that deserve to be seen on the big screen in cinemas all over the UK.

From film talent events to making the most of grassroots networks both God's Own Country and Daphne will benefit from an expanded marketing campaign that will raise the visibility of these films all over the UK – and with the Strategy's focus on young audiences (age 16-30) you can expect lots of opportunities and ideas for engaging with audiences this age. Cinemas booking the films will receive more details on these opportunities over the coming weeks.

If you show NRS films and are interested in additional event or marketing activity, you can also access support from Film Hub Central East – get in touch to register your interest and for more information. And, as with all NRS films, you will receive an expanded marketing pack containing everything you need to successfully promote the films including top quality social assets, engaging copy and great event ideas.

Booking is now open for both God's Own Country and Daphne. Check out the details below and contact the distributor for more information and to book.

God's Own Country

Dir: Francis Lee
UK | 2017 | 104 mins
Released 1 September
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Captivating and broodingly beautiful, God's Own Country is the award winning debut feature from writer/director Francis Lee. Bracingly open hearted, this is a thrillingly romantic story set in the heart of rural Yorkshire.
Booking: nick.m@picturehouses.co.uk

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Daphne

Dir: Peter Mackie Burns
UK | 2017 | 90 mins
Released 29 September

Director of the acclaimed, multi award-winning short film Milk, Scottish filmmaker Peter Mackie Burns marks his transition into features with this tightly focused, remarkably authentic character study of brittle 31-year-old Londoner Daphne.
Booking: delphinelievens@altitudefilment.com and SileCulley@altitudefilment.com

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