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WestEnd Films will be attending SXSW in Austin from March 10th to 13th. For more information and our screening schedule, please click here.
Enjoying it's WORLD PREMIERE at SXSW will be Walk With Me a documentary about mindfulness and spiritual leader Thich Nhat Hanh narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch.
OUR NEW ACQUISITIONS:
Serial Dater a dating comedy starring Imogen Poots and Timothy Simons from comedian Jena Friedman,
Sergio & Sergei, from award-winning Cuban director Ernesto Daranas and the producers of 'Midnight in Paris' comes a comedy inspired by true events about an unexpected bond between two men caught in a changing world.
Gareth Jones, from twice Oscar nominated Polish director Agnieska Holland, about the real-life story of the famine that inspired George Orwell to write “Animal Farm.”
OUR CURRENT LINE-UP includes:
Hostages a moving story of youth, freedom and rebellion from the creative team behind Academy Award winning drama 'Ida' that recently had its World Premiere in the Panorama selection at Berlinale,
The Sweet Life a moving romance starring Chris Messina and Abigail Spencer, from producers Bonnie Curtis and Julie Lynn,
Shoplifters of the World a witty and spirited comedy starring Joe Manganiello, Sasha Lane and Ellar Coltrane, written and directed by critically acclaimed director Stephen Kijak,
Saturday Church a vibrant and colourful musical directed by two-time Writers Guild Award nominee Damon Cardasis,
The Breadwinner, an animated film by Nora Twomey, co-director of Oscar-nominated 'The Secret of Kells', produced by Cartoon Saloon in association with Angelina Jolie,
Flammable Children, a comedy by Stephan Elliott, starring Kylie Minogue and Guy Pearce,
Saving Neta, a drama by Nir Bergman starring Benny Avni and Neta Riskin,
Hollow in the Land, a thriller by Scooter Corkle starring Dianna Agron and Shawn Ashmore,
Old Boys a comedy by Toby MacDonald, starring Alex Lawther and Pauline Etienne,
Critically acclaimed Una starring Rooney Mara, Ben Mendelsohn and Riz Ahmed, directed by Benedict Andrews.