One Cut of the Dead
UK Theatrical Release – More dates added!
The biggest surprise of 2018! A one-in-a-million success!
A new and fresh film which has made history by grossing 1000 times its budget!
A “workshop” film project with non-professional actors and a budget of just $27,000 has grossed $30 MILLION domestically despite opening on just 2 screens and with an advertising budget of $0!
100% on Rotten Tomatoes
UK THEATRICAL RELEASE from January 4th 2019 at
LONDON – THE PRINCE CHARLES CINEMA – Jan 4-10
NOTTINGHAM – BROADWAY CINEMA – Jan 4-10
SHEFFIELD – SHOWROOM CINEMA – Jan 4-10
BRISTOL – WATERSHED – Jan 4-10
LEICESTER – PHOENIX – Jan 4-6
DERBY – QUAD CINEMA – Jan 4-7
GLASGOW FILM THEATRE – Jan 6&7
BRISTOL – CUBE CINEMA – Jan 7-9
CARDIFF – CHAPTER ARTS CENTRE – Jan 11-14
LONDON – DEPTFORD CINEMA – Jan 11
BOURNEMOUTH – SHELLY THEATRE – Jan 17
LONDON – GENESIS CINEMA – Jan 17
HALIFAX – SQUARE CHAPEL ARTS CENTRE – Jan 23
Just look at the awards the film has won!
Fantastic Fest – Winner – Audience Award / Best Director
Fantaspoa Film Festival – Winner – Best Film
Bifan Fantastic Festival – Winner – EFFF Best Film
Vevey International Funny Film Festival – Winner – Grand Prix
Fantasia Film Festival – Runner Up Audience Award / Special Mention – Debut Film
Motel X Lisbon – Winner – Audience Award
Reel Asian Film Festival – Winner – Audience Award
Abertoir Film Festival – Winner – Audience Award
Singapore Film Festival – Audience Award
San Sebastian Horror Film Festival – Winner – Audience Award
Camera Japan – Winner – Audience Award
Tohorror Fest – Winner – Audience Award
Leeds Film Festival – Winner – Audience Award (Fanomenon Section)
San Diego Pacific Arts Film Festival – Winner – Audience Award
Yubari Fantastic Film Festival – Winner – Audience Award
Udine Far East Film Festival – Winner – Silver Mulberry Audience Award
New York Asian Film Festival – Runner Up Audience Award
La Roche-sur-yon Festival – Special Mention Award
Tama Film Festival – Winner – Best Film
LA Japan Film Festival – Winner – Best Film
Morbido Film Festival – Winner – Press Award
DVD, BLURAY and VOD Release JAN 28, 2019
BLURAY LIMITED EDITION
LIMITED EDITION BLU-RAY with over 2 hours of extras!
Interview with director Shinichiro Ueda (17min)
Making Of (45min)
Take 8 short film (20min)
Go-Pro version of one-cut (38min)
POM TV Instruction Video (1 min)
Trailer (1 min)
Pre-order at https://amzn.to/2DyAq0x /
DVD STANDARD EDITION
DVD Standard edition featuring film and trailer only
Pre-order at: https://amzn.to/2R18E0y /
What’s coming to you in 2019
Here’s a little sneak preview of some of Third Window Films’ 2019 releases!
Top Knot Detective
Hilarious mockumentary about the greatest TV program that never existed
Toshiaki Toyoda’s cult classic brought back
Tremble all you Want
quirky Japanese romance comedy
The latest from Tetsuo director Shinya Tsukamoto
The Legend of the Stardust Brothers
Never before released 1980s Japanese musical madness
A little longer writeup over at Screen Anarchy:
More info coming soon!!
ARROW / TWF SALE
Up to 50% off!
Big Christmas Sale now on the ARROW FILMS store which also stocks many Third Window titles! Save up to 50% off many blurays and dvds from both the Third Window catalogue and the Arrow line of films!
Sale runs until Jan 9th!
Great Third Window titles ready!
Many great Japanese, Korean and HK films from us are now available on the BFI Iplayer!
More will be coming up within the next couple weeks, so make sure to subscribe and check out some wonderful films!
Lee Sang-woo Collection
Terracotta Distribution is proud to present seven films by controversial Korean auteur Lee Sang-woo, released for the first time in the UK exclusively to stream on the Terracotta website. A collection that will shock and provoke, but also move and inspire. Unafraid to shatter any taboo or to call out and criticise any idea, Lee Sang-woo’s stories depict Korean society’s ignored underbelly and examine the country and humanity as a whole at the micro and macro scale.
Institutions, religion, consumerism and many other aspects of modern life are the target of Lee Sang-woo’s ingenious social dissection, which explores the most fundamental human desires and instincts.
Watch the Lee Sang-woo collection and selected Terracotta titles on their newly revamped website at http://www.terracottadistribution.com
Orgies of Edo– now out on Blu-ray
Legendary Toei director Teruo Ishii tells three stories of moral sickness set during Japan’s prosperous Genroku era in this bloody follow-up to his sexploitation classic Shogun’s Joy of Torture, and the fourth entry in Toei’s ‘abnormal love’ film series. Ishii’s politically incorrect moral lessons paint a trio of tales of tragic heroines caught up in violence, sadomasochism, incest and torture.
Father, Son, Sword: The Lone Wolf and Cub Saga- Paperback now out!
The gripping saga of former shogunate executioner Itto Ogami and his son Daigoro, better known as Lone Wolf and Cub. Betrayed and exiled by the treacherous Yagyu clan, they wander feudal Japan as assassins on the road to hell.
Written by Japanese film expert Tom Mes, Father, Son, Sword is the full story behind the films, the manga, and the phenomenon Lone Wolf and Cub.