Without Name is being touted as a multi-genred film, from Ireland. The film is now available through various digital platforms, and for its release, has dropped some clips and stills. Without Name is written by Garret Shanley, is directed by Lorcan Finnegan, and stars Alan McKenna, Niamh Algar, and James Browne. Check out the press release below and the clips and stills:
Global Digital Releasing Sets North American Multi-platform Release Date for Dramatic Horror Thriller WITHOUT NAME
Los Angeles, California (June 16, 2017) – Global Digital Releasing has set a distribution date for the award winning dramatic thriller Without Name. The North American release is now available across multiple digital and VOD platforms.
The story follows land surveyor Eric (Alan McKenna). He travels to a remote, unnamed Irish woodland to assess its suitability for a new development project. However, the assignment it is not as simple as it could be. Intrigued by the woods’ foreboding mysticism, Eric finds himself drawn into a dangerous game that could lead to him becoming a prisoner of this place – without name.
Without Name has been a festival darling. It has appeared as an official selection at: TIFF (Toronto), SITGES (Spain), BFI LFF (UK), ADIFF (Ireland), GFF (Scotland), PIFF After Dark (Portland), the Boston SciFi Film Festival, the Miami Film Festival, IMAGINE Film Festival (Netherlands) and the Dead By Dawn Horror Film Festival (Scotland). It has also won “Best Feature,” “Best Director,” “Best Editor” and “Best Cinematography” at the 2016 Brooklyn Horror Film Festival.
The film will be available in North America on major platforms. Platforms hosting the release will include: iTunes, Amazon Instant, Google Play, Sony PSN, X-Box Live, Vudu, Vimeo on Demand, Steam, Roku, Crackle, Hoopla, Seed & Spark and Tubi TV. A Cable VOD date will follow soon. The official poster and trailer will debut just prior to the film’s release, but several stills and two clips are available now. The clips are titled “The light in here is weird” and “Land surveyin’, huh?”
Sounds pretty good. I love me a good psychological horror film. Here’s the clips.
What do you think?