JG Thirlwell‘s music provides the score for the film Norfolk, directed by BAFTA nominee Martin Radich. The soundtrack also features audio contributions from the acclaimed field recordist Chris Watson, and the sound design is provided by John Sampson (of the band Swimming). The film tells the story of an assassin and his young son who are hiding out in an apparent rural idyll when the man’s unspeakable past starts to catch up with him. The film stars Denis Ménochet (Inglourious Basterds, Robin Hood), Barry Keoghan (’71, Stay), Eileen Davies (Sightseers, Another Year), Sean Buckley (The Fifth Element, Les Misérables) and newcomer Goda Letkauskaite.
The film will premiere at International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR), where it competes in the Hivos Tiger Awards. The film will screen there on the following dates –
Friday 23 Jan at 17:45 (Press & Industry screening)
Saturday 24 Jan at 18:45
Sunday 25 Jan at 15:30
Monday 26 Jan at 18:00 (Press & Industry screening)
Tuesday 27 Jan at 17:00
Friday 30 Jan at 15:30
Saturday 31 Jan at 22:15
Norfolk is produced by Finlay Pretsell of SDI Productions and Rachel Dargavel of Crybaby and was developed, financed and produced through Creative England’s iFeatures initiative with backing from the BFI and BBC Films.