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 AFM 2021 Online will be covering AFM 2021 running online November 1 -5  November, 2021 and hosting brainstorming networking  on film festival strategy at the AFM  Pavilion: networking from 10am   

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Andrew Brown joined Parkland Pictures as Head of Sales.


There has been a significant investment into the Company that is leading to a major increase in activity in all areas of the business. 

I will be working with my colleague, Mitch Clare, on the sales side.

Production will be a big focus too and this will be headed up by Parkland’s owner and experienced independent producer, John Cairns. 

Parkland’s fledgling UK distribution company,  Parkland Entertainment,  run by industry veteran Tom Stewart, has a key focus on theatrical driven films and has enjoyed considerable success with releases to date.  We will also be looking to ramp up this side of the business. 

I’m proud and very enthused to be joining Parkland at this time of such major growth and over the next year or so we will be bolstering our slate with bigger, commercial projects as well as selling a selection of those projects that we will be producing ‘in house’.  

Exciting times ahead with lots of new projects and films for you! 

In the meantime and in advance of announcing some of these new projects at AFM, I am sending you a slate of great quality, finished films currently with Parkland for your consideration.  Trailers and links to the films are available where indicated.  

We look forward to being in touch soon regarding AFM but please also feel free to contact us for more information.

Best wishes,  
















Genre: Thriller
Duration: 99 mins
Status: Completed (2017)

Director: Piotr Smigasiewicz


Steven Berkoff (The Girl With Dragon Tattoo, The Tourist)
Alessandra Mastronardi (To Rome With Love, Life)
Torsten Voges (Funny People, The Big Lebowski)

Dominik (Piotr Adamczyk), an art researcher, is on the trail of the last works of Caravaggio. In Italy, he unexpectedly discovers a series of criminal events. Will his curiosity and desire to learn help him to find the truth or will his journey end in tragedy? There is only one thing clear in “Titanium White” – appearances can be deceptive. 

Trailer Coming Soon 



​Montreal World Film Festival: Official Selection
​Cairo International Film Festival: Panorama
​Polish Film Festival in America: Special Show
​The European Union Film Festival













Genre: Thriller
Duration: 83 mins
Status: Completed (2017)
Director: Joe Martin


Jack Roth (Brimstone, The Great Train Robbery)
Tim Bentinck (The Game, The Royal Bodyguard)
Andrew Tiernan (The Pianist, 300)
Sophie Colquhoun (The Royals, The Inbetweeners Movie)

Three rough and tumble British lads, intent on making a grand and brutish statement on economic inequality in the UK, use one upper crust family as their sacrificial lamb. When disenfranchised Danny (Jack Roth) confronts wealthy banker, Conrad (Tim Bentinck), he plans to teach him a lesson he’ll never forget.

When daughter Philippa comes home with her supposed boyfriend, her parents are shocked to see he is from the “wrong” social class. They soon learn he is an imposter and thus begins this wild ride of a home invasion thriller. Tensions escalate as the intruders hold the family hostage and force the father to choose between wife and daughter in a game of Russian roulette. Danny’s seething anger is palpable and only countered by Conrad’s attitude toward privileged and entitlement. Briskly paced with wonderful acting, this well-crafted film is on the pulse of socio-political strife in the UK and reflects the current political unrest worldwide.



Critics' Pick in The New York Times

"With frothing energy and unfettered vulgarity, "Us and Them" lances the boil of working-class grievance and watches as the infection spreads to everyone in its path."

**** Review in OK! Magazine:
"will have you on the edge of your seat " & " effortlessly delivers a wickedness that will chill your soul"


UK Theatrical Release: October 2018


​South By Southwest 2017: Narrative Spotlight 
​Filmfest Hamburg 2017:  Official Selection
​Cinemagic Belfast 2017: Official Selection
​Woodstock Film Festival 2017: Official Selection
​British Independent Film Awards 2017: Nominated for Best Editing













Duration: 88 mins
Status:  Completed
Director: Robert Young


Brian Cox (X2: X-Men United, Troy, Adaptation, Churchill, Super Troopers 1 & 2, Red 1 & 2)
Lauren Bacall (Dogville, Misery, To Have and Have Not, The Big Sleep, The Mirror Has Two Faces, Murder on the Orient Express
James Fox (W.E., Sherlock Holmes, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, A Passage to India, Sexy Beast)

All At Sea is glamorous icon of the Big Screen Lauren Bacall's final film.  A black comedy about an old rogue named Wally, who breaks all the rules to fulfil an old friend's dying wish to be buried at sea.















Genre: Psychological Thriller
Duration: 106 mins
Status: Completed (2017)
Director: Yixi Sun


Zitong Wu (Tui Na
Frederick Szkoda (London Life)
Steve Edwin (Holby City, Doctors)​

A stylish and complex psychological thriller stars up-and-coming Chinese actress Zitong Wu as Qi’an, a student who begins work as a film translator at a secluded English mansion. Working with her best friend, she discovers gruesome family secrets and uncovers the truth behind the tragic life of Kunqu opera star, Susu.


​Montreal World Film Festival 2017: Official Selection
​East End Film Festival 2018: Discovery Section
​Beijing International Film Festival 2018: Panorama - Female Power
​Seattle International Film Festival 2018
​Auckland International Film Festival 2018
​Near Nazareth Film Festival 2018 
​San Diego International Film Festival 2018
​Cardiff International Film Festival 2018: Best R-Rated Film













Genre: Drama
Duration: 107 mins
Status: Completed (2017)
Director: Craig Freimond


Grant Swanby (Invictus, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
Lemogang Tsipa (Eye In The Sky, Troy: Fall of a City)
Garth Breytenbach (Troy: Fall of a City, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom)

Set in post-Apartheid South Africa, Beyond The River tells the true story of two men, separated by everything except their determination to win gold in one of the world’s toughest river races: the Dusi Canoe Marathon. One man yearns to escape the grinding poverty of township life, the other, a former champion canoe racer, struggles in the aftermath of tragedy. Only by pulling together can they triumph over adversity in this nail-biting and inspiring adventure.

UK Theatrical Release: April 2019

Busan International Film Festival 2017
Talinn Black Nights Film Festival 2017
Toronto Black International Film Festival 2018
Toronto South African Film Festival 2018 
Sonoma International Film Festival 2018
British Urban Film Festival 2018
Montreal Black Film Festival 2018
Ridgefield Independent Film Festival 2018

South African Film and Television Awards '18: Best Feature Film, Best Achievement in Editing, Best Actor (Grant Swanby)

Simon Sabela Film and Television Awards '18​: Best Film

​Vancouver South African Film Festival '18: People's Choice

South African Film And Television Awards '18: Best Achievement in Cinematography 
Simon Sabela Film and Television Awards '18: Best Actor (Grant Swanby)
BRICS Awards '18: Best Actor (Lemogang Tsipa)















Genre: Drama
Duration: 93 mins
Status: Completed (2017)
Director: Ben Hecking



Christian McKay (Me And Orson Welles, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy)
Charlotte Vega (American Assassin, The Lodgers)
Harry Macqueen (EastEnders, Me And Orson Welles)

A classical musician (Christian McKay) travels to the South of France to escape the pressures of his life and career. There he awaits his young lover Sophia (Charlotte Vega). Relaxing into the slow, easy pace of Provence life, an apparently chance encounter with Englishman, Peter (Harry Macqueen), threatens to shatter his new-found peace. A tangled web of passion, trauma, memory and love builds towards a tragic climax. With riveting central performances, Provenance is a devastating reminder that we can never escape our past.


East End Film Festival 2017: Official Selection
Madrid International Film Festival 2017: Best Film, Best Supporting Actor
New York City Independent Film Festival 2018: Nominated for Best Narrative Feature Film
Sorrento Incontri Internazionali Del Cinema 2018













Genre: Thriller
Duration: 101 minutes
Status: Completed (2017)
Director: Marcus Warren


Adrian Paul (Highlander, The Heavy)
Sasha Jackson (The Witches of Oz, The Royals)
Daniel Pirrie (Downton Abbey, Diana)
Cian Barry (Doctor Foster, Outlaws)
Matt Harris (Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging)


A group of friends reunite for a birthday party for the first time since an accidental death on a hunting trip two years previous. Geoffrey feels responsible for the shooting, but his girlfriend, Julia, has her doubts about what really happened and begins to pick away at the web of lies that has been spun, while trying to keep her own secrets hidden.













Genre: Gothic Suspense
Duration: 80 mins
Status: Completed (2017)
Director: Stephen Cookson


Steven Berkoff (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Tourist)
Henry Goodman (Snatch, Their Finest)
Hugh Skinner (Fleabag, Poldark)

Based on Edgar Allan Poe’s short story, Steven Berkoff’s Tell Tale Heart is the story of an unnamed servant who sets out to convince the viewer of his sanity by narrating the meticulously calculated murder of his old master who’s “vulture eye” was too much for him to bear. The servant describes carefully dismembering and hiding the body under the floorboards. Convinced he can still hear his victim’s beating heart, the murderer’s guilt drives him to confess to the killing.  


Underground Indie Film Festival 2017: Best Horror Feature
* IndieFEST USA Film Awards 2017: Best in Show
Independent Horror Movie Awards 2017: Best Feature, Best Actor
Tabloid Witch Awards 2017: Best Dramatic Actor
Genre Celebration Festival 2017: Best Film
UK Film Festival 2017: Official Selection
British Horror Film Festival 2017: Official Selection
* Bloodstained Indie FIlm Festival 2017: Nominated for Best Feature
LUSCA Carribean International Film Festival 2017: Official Selection
Erie International Film Festival 2017: Horror Feature
Teatri Di Vita 2018 - Heart of England: Official Selection
Marbella International Film Festival 2018







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