WHO’S IN IT?
Charlie Hunnam (Pacific Rim), Robert Pattinson (Remember Me), Sienna Miller (American Sniper), Tom Holland (The Impossible), Angus Macfayden (We Bought A Zoo), Edward Ashley (In the Heart of the Sea), John Sackville (The Wedding Date), Adam Bellamy (film debut), Daniel Huttlestone (Les Miserables), Bobby Smalldridge (What We Did On Our Holiday), Tom Mulheron (The Time of Their Lives)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
James Gray (We Own The Night), director, writer, producer; Dede Gardner (12 Years A Slave), Dale Armin Johnson (Year by the Sea), Anthony Katagas (Killing Them Softly) and Jeremy Kleiner (World War Z), producers; Christopher Spelman (The Immigrant), composer; Darius Khondji (Amour), cinematographer; John Axelrad (Crazy Heart) and Lee Haugen (Dope), editors
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
At the dawn of the 20th century, British explorer Percy Fawcett (Hunnam) journeys into the Amazon and discovers evidence of a previously unknown, advanced civilisation that may have once occupied the area. Although he is ridiculed by the scientific establishment, Fawcett is nonetheless determined, as well as encouraged by his wife (Miller), his son (Holland) and his confidante (Pattinson), to continue venturing into the uncharted territory…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Not only is The Lost City of Z a thrilling adventure film that charts the exploits of real-life explorer Percy Fawcett, but it also marks one of the rare instances where filmmaker James Gray actually has one of his films released properly in the UK.