‘KILL YOUR FRIENDS’ heading to 11th Zurich Film Festival for gala premiere
Kill Your Friends has been announced for a gala premiere at the 11th Zurich Film Festival which takes place 24 September – 4 October 2015.
High-Rise, The Program, Mistress America, Miss You Already and Mon Roi and are also amongst first announced films for gala premiere screenings.
Acquired by Ascot Elite earlier in the year for German-speaking Europe, Kill Your Friends is also about to make its world premiere at Fantasy Filmfest in Berlin (5 August) additionally screening as the opening film at 6 other cities across the German festival.
In the UK, a special Kill Your Friends film event has been announced for Festival Number 6 in Portmeirion Wales, 5 September 2015 and the UK / Ireland theatrical release date has been confirmed for 6 November 2015.
*** UPDATE!! *** Kill Your Friends ZFF gala premiere screenings are Friday 2 and Saturday 3 October. Tickets are available from September 14, 2015. Visit the official website for more info.
Watch this space for more news as it happens!
Kill Your Friends is directed by Owen Harris, produced by Gregor Cameron (UNIGRAM), Will Clarke (Altitude Film Entertainment) and Len Blavatnik (AI Film and Warner Music Group) and will be released in the UK and Ireland 6 November 2015 by STUDIOCANAL.
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