(London, UK) – October 10th, 2017. Award-winning suspense thriller B&B, written and directed by BAFTA-nominated Joe Ahearne (Trance, The Replacement, Doctor Who) and produced by Jayne Chard (Dartmoor Killing, I’ll Tell You), is set to be released this month in the US, Canada and UK. Peccadillo Pictures represents the film in the UK while US and Canada distribution is executed by Breaking Glass Pictures.
Moreover, the film that The Hollywood Outsider calls “A Thriller Hitchcock Would Be Proud Of” and that Cryptic Rock rated with 4 Stars, has recently won three awards at the Horrible Imaginings Film Festival in San Diego:
Best Director of a Feature Film: Joe Ahearne – B&B
Best Actor in a Feature Film: Paul McGann – B&B
Best Score in a Feature Film: Simon Birch and Dan Jones – B&B
B&B had previously won Best LGBT Feature at the London Independent Film Festival.
Marc (Tom Bateman) and Fred (Sean Teale) return to bait the owner (Paul McGann) of a remote Christian B&B who they had successfully sued him for not allowing them to share a bed. Events take a deadly turn when another guest arrives, who they think might have something sinister in mind. A smart, brutally funny and dark thriller.
US / CANADA
Theatrical Release date: October 13th at Cinema Village in New York, NY.
VOD and DVD Release date in the US & Canada: October 17th.
VOD Platforms: iTunes, Google Play, Xbox, and through Shaw and other local cable providers.
Theatrical Release dates: from October 17th at Hampstead Everyman Cinema in London. A Q&A with writer-director Joe Ahearne and actor Paul McGann will be held during the opening screening on October 17th.
DVD and VOD Release date in the UK: October 23rd.
VOD Platforms: iTunes, Amazon Video, Google Play, Sky Store.
B&B is a Hummingbird Films production funded by Creative England, Film Cymru, and Pont Neuf Productions. Director of Photography Nick Dance; Production Designer Iain Andrews; Editor Graham Walker; Music Dan Jones and Simon Birch; Executive Producers Jon Finn, Richard Holmes, Ricky Margolis, Simon Graham-Clare and Hannah Thomas; Co-Producer Isabelle Georgeaux.