Marc Zammit’s debut feature as director is heading to British cinemas over the next month or two.
Regular readers of Film Stories in its many forms may well be already aware of Marc Zammit’s directorial debut feature, Homeless Ashes. The movie, that he directs and stars in (and made the sandwiches on set for), is a drama following Frankie, who we first meet as a young boy. But he comes from an abusive home and runs away, with the film picking up his story many years later.
It’s an achievement and a half from Zammit, and a compelling film. What’s more, he’s now secured a cinema release for it, ahead of a disc release later this year. Thanks to Everyman Cinemas, dates have been put on sale in Birmingham and Broadgate, with the London and Chelmsford dates already sold out. Plans are afoot to add more.
The plan is for each of the screenings to be followed by a Q&A, and you may need to move fast if you want tickets. You can find details over at the Everyman website, here.
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