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Ministry of Guilt Festival Update

We are very happy to announce that Ministry of Guilt, written and produced by Matthew Bartlett (Nothin or Double Films) and directed by Detsky Graffam (K17 Films) has just been officially selected to screen at the the Isle of Man Film Festival and has been nominated for Best Fiction.  We will also screen at the Rome International Film Festival, Georgia, USA and at The Smalls Film Festival in Hackney, London, all these festivals will take place in September.  We can then been seen at the Two Cliffs Film Festival, Ramsgate in October.

We are very much looking forward to the New Renaissance Film Festival, London later in August and very proud to have been nominated for Best Narrative UK Short and for Alex Beckett, who has been nominated for Best Actor.  Alex recently won the Best Damn Actor Award at the Damn! Film Series in New York and Ministry of Guilt picked up the Best UK Short Film at the Anon Film Festival.  Please take a look at our Facebook page or check Twitter for further news and updates!

 

Print Room at the Coronet: Deathwatch

Print Room at The Coronet is pleased to present the first major revival in nearly thirty years of Deathwatch by Jean Genet, in a new translation by David Rudkin.

Informed by his own experience in French prisons, Jean Genet’s first play, Deathwatch is an explosive exploration of the inversion of moral order.  Three young convicts share a cell. Locked into a world of dangerous rivalries, criminals Lefranc and Maurice compete for the attention of the charismatic condemned man, Green-Eyes.

Deathwatch was last presented in London in 1987 in a major production by the Royal Shakespeare Company. David Rudkin, whose plays include Ashes and Afore Night Come, provided the specially commissioned translation, which Print Room at the Coronet is now reviving. This production will be directed by Geraldine Alexander following the successful production of her own play Amygdala at the Print Room in 2013.

At the Print Room  – 11 April – 7 May

Production Trailer credits:

Directors: James Kermack and Matthew Bartlett

DP: Alex Rice

Edit: Matthew Bartlett

Composition: Simon Slater