Archive of films Bouncer / Bouncer

United Kingdom
2002, 10 min

Section: Focus on British Film (2000-2005)
Year: 2006

“We are full of fear, to the brim,” says the nightclub bouncer (Ray Winstone) who narrates this nimble drama in characteristically colourful, expletive-spattered style. Co-starring Paddy Considine (In America).


Synopsis

“We are full of fear, to the brim,” says the nightclub bouncer (Ray Winstone) who narrates this nimble drama in characteristically colourful, expletive-spattered style. Co-starring Paddy Considine (In America).

About the director

Michael Baig Clifford studied film and television at Middlesex University. His TV documentary work includes films about soccer player Stuart Pearce, ABBA tribute band Björn Again, and unexploded bombs in Laos. He has made two shorts, Bouncer (BAFTA-nominated) and Brown Paper Bag (2003, BAFTA winner), and has directed numerous episodes of the UK TV soap Doctors.

Contacts

British Council
10 Spring Gardens, SW1A 2BN, London
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 207 389 3067
Fax: +44 207 389 3175
E-mail: christine.bardsley@britishcouncil.org
www: www.britishcouncil.org/film

About the film

Color, 35 mm

Section: Focus on British Film (2000-2005)
   
Director: Michael Baig Clifford
Screenplay: Geoff Thompson
Dir. of Photography: Phil Chavannes
Music: Colin Winston Fletcher
Editor: Steve Killick
Producer: Natasha Carlish
Production: Grand Union and Endboard Productions
Cast: Ray Winstone, Paddy Considine, Shaun Parkes
Contact: British Council

Guests

Michael Baig Clifford

Film Director

Geraldine Higgins


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