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Inland – The new film starring Mark Rylance has a special preview screening on 24th May

Inland starring Rory Alexander, Mark Rylance and Kathryn Hunter and written and directed by Fridtjof Ryder will be released in UK cinemas on 16th June 2023. However, the film has been selected for this year’s BFI Presents programme at Vue: which means that on Wednesday 24 May there will be special preview screenings across the UK in 87 Vue cinemas (Vue sites below).

INLAND is a modern folktale that explores the fractured identity of a young man after the mysterious disappearance of his mother. Guided by a father figure and old friends who care deeply, his journey through the dreamlike spaces of rural England brings him face to face with the loss that haunts him in ways he could never have expected.

It celebrated its World Premiere in last year’s BFI London Film Festival in the Official Selection category and was nominated for the Raindance Discovery Award. The release is supported by funding from the BFI with its First Feature Distribution Support Scheme.

INLAND also stars Eleanor Holliday, Alexander Lincoln, Nell Williams and Shaun Dingwall and is produced by Henry Richmond, Louis Paine and Fridtjof Ryder in association with Twenty 20 Media, Fablemaze, Fatcontman, Dva Films, ShakespeareRoad and Zebrafish Media. Executive producers are: Trudie Styler, Sam Tromans, Ian Dawson, Zak Brilliant, Guy Davies, Matt Cook, Toby Cook, Thomas Atherton, Dougal Mackenzie Smith, Shaun Dingwall and Mark Rylance.

Mark Rylance, Academy Award Winner and Inland Executive Producer said “This film wakes me at night. It contains a very old connection to the Green Man rituals of Carnivale, when someone would dress up as the Green Man and emerge from the deep forest to rampage through the town. This version is really scary and powerful, as it should be. There is a beautiful expression of the unconscious energy of nature in man. It reminds me of Eraserhead and Blue Velvet and films I loved but don’t see many of any more. I am disturbed and excited by it at once.”

Vue sites:

  • Vue Aberdeen
  • Vue Accrington
  • Vue Altrincham
  • Vue Barrow
  • Vue Basingstoke
  • Vue Bedford
  • Vue Bicester
  • Vue Birkenhead
  • Vue Star City Birmingham
  • Vue Blackburn
  • Vue Bolton
  • Vue Bristol Cribbs Causeway
  • Vue Bristol Longwell Green
  • Vue Bromley
  • Vue Bury The Rock
  • Vue Camberley
  • Vue Cambridge
  • Vue Cardiff
  • Vue Carlisle
  • Vue Carmarthen
  • Vue Cheshire Oaks
  • Vue Cleveleys
  • Vue Cramlington
  • Vue Croydon Purley Way
  • Vue Croydon Grants
  • Vue Cwmbran
  • Vue Dagenham
  • Vue Darlington
  • Vue Doncaster
  • Vue Eastleigh
  • Vue Edinburgh Ocean
  • Vue Edinburgh Omni
  • Vue Exeter
  • Vue Farnborough
  • Vue Finchley North
  • Vue Finchley Road
  • Vue Gateshead
  • Vue Glasgow St Enoch
  • Vue Glasgow Fort
  • Vue Halifax
  • Vue Hamilton
  • Vue Harrow
  • Vue Hartlepool
  • Vue Hull
  • Vue Inverness
  • Vue Lancaster
  • Vue Leamington Spa
  • Vue Leeds Kirkstall
  • Vue Leeds Light
  • Vue Leicester
  • Vue Livingston
  • Vue Westfield Stratford
  • Vue Westfield
  • Vue West End
  • Vue Islington
  • Vue Fulham
  • Vue Eltham
  • Vue Manchester Printworks
  • Vue Manchester Quayside
  • Vue Merthyr Tydfil
  • Vue Newbury
  • Vue Newcastle Under Lyme
  • Vue Northampton
  • Vue Norwich
  • Vue Oxford
  • Vue Plymouth
  • Vue Portsmouth
  • Vue Preston
  • Vue Reading
  • Vue Redditch
  • Vue Rhyl
  • Vue Romford
  • Vue Scunthorpe
  • Vue Sheffield
  • Vue Shepherds Bush
  • Vue Southport
  • Vue Staines
  • Vue Stirling
  • Vue Stroud
  • Vue Swansea
  • Vue Thanet
  • Vue Torbay
  • Vue Watford
  • Vue Thurrock
  • Vue Wood Green
  • Vue Worcester
  • Vue York

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