WHO’S IN IT?
Ewen Bremner (Trainspotting), Suki Waterhouse (Assassination Nation), Rebecca Root (The Sisters Brothers), Jason Isaacs (The Death of Stalin), Paul Kaye (Anna and the Apocalypse), Jason Flemyng (Gemma Bovery), Rupert Everett (The Happy Prince), Steven Berkoff (Octopussy), Kirsty Mitchell (The Hitman’s Bodyguard), Joseph Millson (Angel Has Fallen), Rufus Jones (Stan & Ollie), Thomas Turgoose (This Is England), Alexander Arnold (Yesterday), Ade (The 51st State), Lily Robinson (Motorcycle Girl), Mel Raido (Legend), James Payton (Always in the Present)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Nick Moran (The Kid), director; Dean Cavanagh (Good Arrows) and Irvine Welsh (The Acid House), writers; Ben Dillon (film debut), Shelley Hammond (film debut), Nathan McGough (film debut), Hollie Richmond (film debut) and Orian Williams (Control), producers; Roberto Schaefer (Finding Neverland), cinematographer; Emma Gaffney (The Hatton Garden Job), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
The story of Alan McGee (Bremner), the notorious co-founder of record label Creation Records, which would sign acts like Oasis, My Bloody Valentine and BMX Bandits, irrevocably changing the face of British culture forever…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Trainspotting duo Irvine Welsh and Danny Boyle – in writer and executive producer roles respectively – help bring the incredible true story of Glaswegian record producer Alan McGee, played by a lively Ewen Bremner, to the screen.
WHEN’S IT OUT?
SATURDAY 20TH MARCH 2021
WHERE CAN I FIND IT?