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Hackney's Finest plus Filmmaker Q&A

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We welcome producers Jack Tarling and Arin Alldridge from Newcastle-based production company Shudder Films to discuss their new Cockney crime caper. 

Small-time drug-dealer Sirius gets into big trouble when his nemesis, a corrupt East London cop tries to steal a consignment meant for Welsh-Jamaican gangsters. When he attempts to fight back, Sirus and his associates find themselves terrorised by the police and a gang of East European psychopaths. It seems crime doesn't pay... unless you're the police!

This screening will be followed by a Q&A with producer and actor Arin Alldridge and co-producer Jack Tarling. 

Jack Tarling runs Newcastle-based Shudder Films. After producing numerous award winning shorts in the North East, he has recently line produced four feature films including Duane Hopkins' 'Bypass', and several others currently in post production. Shudder Films now has their own slate of features due to commence shooting in the near future.

Director(s): Chris Bouchard   Country of Origin: United Kingdom, France  Year: 2014   Running Time: 1hr 30 mins  
BBFC Advice: 18 No children may watch this film.  

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