“Defines the temper of our age as vividly as Derek Jarmen’s Jubilee did… A landmark film.” … Alexander Walker, Evening Standard.
“Completely blown away by it. It's beautifully put together, and by far the best war doc I have seen.”… Nick Broomfield, filmmaker.
Richard Parry started his career as a war cameraman, producer and director, and continued covering conflicts for twenty years. He directed and wrote SOUTH WEST NINE in 2001: and was nominated for a BAFTA (Carl Foreman award for outstanding debut by a writer/ director). He has directed four feature films (and wrote three of them) including the iconic Brixton movie SW9, the horror film A NIGHT IN THE WOODS (Vertigo Films, Tribeca Films), the groundbreaking movie BASE (Vertigo Films, Amazon Prime, 2017) and is now finishing the thriller CRY ME RIVER for Secret Channel Films.
Awards and Nominations – British Academy Film and Television Art (BAFTA), five British Independent Film Awards (BIFFAs), winning an Independent Eye Award, Ron Tibbett Award at Indie Memphis, Best Film at the Dutch Mountain Festival, Best New European Director at Orense International Film Festival amongst others.
David Monaghan: Author and investigative documentary film maker with a British Academy Award, Royal Television Society award and other recognition for films made for Channel 4, Channel 5 the BBC, ITV, and UK and international broadcasters. His newspaper investigative journalism has been nominated for the Walkley Award, the Australian equivalent of the Pulitzer Prize. Following his BBC Panorama investigation into abuse of military prisoners in Iraq, he was employed The al Sweady Inquiry, which in 2014 recommended changes to UK defence policy. His book unravelling the identity of Victorian killer Jack the Ripper is published in the UK and US.