The Trouble with Banks
12AM Mon 18 August 2014

The Trouble with Banks explores the dark worlds of banking and politics across two new films from upcoming UK directors. The first feature, On This Island, is a satirical vision of modern Britain in which a Greek teacher played by Michele Valley, is assisted by her English pupil, played by James Norton, to sit an absurd UK Citizenship test. Written and directed by Matthew Hammett Knott and produced by Louise Simpson. The second feature, Incorporated, is a short psychological thriller about the seedy underbelly of banking and high finance, starring Luke Harris, Amy Shiels and Dominik Kracmar. Written and directed by Nick White and produced by Nick White and Rachel Wardlow.

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