Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde star in this romantic drama directed by Shana Feste.
Matthew Holness's violent crime thriller about a pulp fiction writer who decides to avenge his brother's death at the hands of gangsters, produced by Warp and Film4.
Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed.
Watch all 17 minutes of Matthew Holness's A Gun For George.
Terry Finch - a man alone. Forgotten author of The Reprisalizer, Britain's toughest pulp paperback vigilante, Finch pens tall tales of brute force and rough justice from his isolated caravan, treading a thin line between reality and fantasy in an attempt to exorcise painful memories of his brother's death. When his ailing writing career grinds to a final halt, Terry’s compulsive and cathartic visions of violent retribution refuse to die with it, and a dark new chapter in the story of The Reprisalizer unfolds - where actions speak louder than words...
Writer-director Matthew Holness
Matthew Holness created the character Garth Marenghi and, with Richard Ayoade, co-wrote the 2001 Perrier Award-winning show Garth Marenghi’s Netherhead, Channel 4's Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace and Man to Man with Dean Learner. As an actor he has appeared in Russell T. Davies' Casanova and Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant's The Office, Cemetery Junction and Life’s Too Short. As an author, his short stories have appeared in several anthologies including Phobic: Modern Horror Stories and The New Uncanny: Tales of Unease.
Producer Ally Gipps
Ally Gipps has worked in Development at Warp Films for 6 years. For the last year he has been an in-house Producer for Warp Films with his own slate of films. He has produced projects for the BBC, Film4, the UKFC, Channel4 and Sky. He was responsible for bringing the projects Submarine and Kill List into the company as a Development Exec.
Producer Peter Carlton
For six years Peter Carlton was the Senior Commissioning Executive at Film4, the theatrical feature arm of Channel 4 Television. He was part of the core management team that developed and co-financed award-winning and commercial successes such as The Last King of Scotland, In Bruges, Happy-Go-Lucky, the phenomenon that is Slumdog Millionaire and most recently Ken Loach’s Looking for Eric.
Writer-director Matthew Holness has expanded on the world of Terry Finch in an exclusive article for Film4.com, over on the blog
Follow Matthew Holness on Twitter
Film4.com Editor Michael Leader runs through ten standouts from the Toronto International Film Festival... The Oath I'd already seen three of the four Film4-backed films screening in Toronto (inc
As his Film4-backed Icelandic thriller The Oath premieres in Toronto, director/writer/actor Baltasar Kormakur speaks with Film4.com editor Michael Leader about making films in Hollywood, returning to
The best all-singing, all-dancing showstoppers every committed to screen
A summary of the critics and film professionals who voted for the top 50 Horror films of the 21st Century