Goldfinch Entertainment have released the trailer for their latest film, A BIRD FLEW IN. A BIRD FLEW IN is an Official Selection at Raindance Film Festival and nominated for Best UK Feature and will have it’s World Premiere at the Festival on November 5th at Curzon Soho. It is also in competition at the Evolution Mallorca Film Festival and will also screen at the Ontario International Film Festival.
Shot in black and white in a cinema verité style, the film itself tells the story of when lockdown is imposed, and the cast and crew of a film are taken from the set and sent home – alone. Actors without an audience. Directors without a script. Couples fall apart while others come together. A feature film composed of six interlinked narratives, A Bird Flew In explores what happens when we are freed from external distractions and forced to find the meaning in our lives and loves.
One of the first films shot after the pandemic erupted, A Bird Flew In marks the directorial debut of Goldfinch CEO Kirsty Bell and stars Derek Jacobi (Gladiator, Gosford Park), Jeff Fahey (Lost, Lawnmower Man), Julie Dray (Cradle to Grave), Sophie Kennedy Clark (Nymphomaniac, Philomena), Sadie Frost (Bram Stoker’s Dracula), Morgana Robinson (The Windsors), Camilla Rutherford (Yesterday, Gosford Park), Michael Winder (Set The Thames on Fire) and Frances Barber (The Split, Cold Feet).
The film was written by Elizabeth Morris and multiple-award-winning magazine editor, journalist and film critic, Dominic Wells. Ben Charles Edwards (Quant, Father of Flies) produces, with Sergio Delgado (Bulletproof) as Director of Photography and Philippe Martinez as Executive Producer. The feature is edited by John Smith whose previous feature films include the Oscar-winning ‘Leaving Las Vegas’, ‘Sliding Doors’ , ‘Proof of Life’ , ‘Race’ and ‘The Life and Death of Peter Sellers’, for which he won an Emmy for Best Editing.