Flying Blind

Flying Blind

FLYING BLIND will tour through key cities in the UK throughout April including London, Bristol, Cardiff, York, Cambridge, Oxford, Nottingham, Sheffield, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester and Brighton. Each event will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers and/or cast TBC.

 

Regional Q&A tour dates:

Tuesday 23rd April – Ultimate Picture Palace, Oxford

Thursday 25th April – Nottingham Broadway (Additional screenings 26th April – 2nd May)

Friday 26th April – Sheffield Showroom

Saturday 27th April – Edinburgh Filmhouse

Sunday 28th April – Glasgow Film Theatre

Tuesday 30th April – Manchester Cornerhouse

Saturday 11th May – Derby Quad

Tuesday 14th May – Curzon, Soho

Also screening at…..

Watermans, Brentford (Friday 19th April – Thursday 25th April)

Abbeygate Picturehouse, Bury St Edmunds (Sunday 28th April)

Ipswich Film Theatre, Ipswich (Friday 10th May – Sunday 13th May)

Hebden Bridge Picturehouse, West Yorks (Wednesday 15th May & Thursday 16th May)

Plymouth Arts Centre (Friday 31st May – Thursday 6th June)
For a full list of tour dates and tickets go tohttp://www.flyingblindfilm.co.uk

 

THE PASSIONATE LOVE STORY OF A WOMAN AND A YOUNGER MUSLIM MAN, IN A WORLD WHERE SECURITY IS PARAMOUNT AND NOTHING IS QUITE WHAT IT SEEMS

Frankie is part of the war-machine, a successful aerospace engineer designing drones for the military. Then she meets Kahil, a French-Algerian student. They embark on a passionate affair and for the first time in her life Frankie utterly, thrillingly, loses control. One morning at work, she’s detained by the security services and told that Kahil may not be quite what he seems. She finds that she has crossed a line into a nightmare world of suspicion and accusation. Realising how little she knows of this man, Frankie determines to find out the truth, only to discover to her cost that betrayal always comes from those closest to us.

Flying Blind is the first feature film by young Polish director Katarzyna Klimkiewicz, whose short film, Hanoi-Warsaw, won the 2010 European Film Award for Best Short. A multinational cast includes Helen McCrory (Hugo, Skyfall, Harry Potter and The Half Blood Prince), French-Algerian Najib Oudghiri (Rendition, The Wedding Song), Kenneth Cranham (Hot Fuzz, Valkyrie) and Tristan Gemmell (Casualty). The screenplay credit is shared by Naomi Wallace (Lawn Dogs, The War Boys), Bruce McLeod (The War Boys), and Bristol-based writer Caroline Harrington. Behind the camera is Polish Director of Photography Andrzej Wojciechowski, Klimkiewicz’s long time collaborator, and DoP on Hanoi-Warsaw.

An intriguing mix of sex and suspicion’  Total film

‘Helen McCrory shines’  Screen International

‘Intriguing blend of erotic drama and post-911 thriller’  Variety

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