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  Not a soul band biopic
  Today Starcross Entertainment and Central City Media area thrilled to announce the release of their new feature drama THE DRIFTERS in virtual cinemas from 3rd April and on demand in the UK from 5th April 2021 and in the US on SVOD streamer Urbanflix.

With its World Premiere at Sao Paulo International Film Festival, THE DRIFTERS is written and directed by veteran screenwriter and producer Benjamin Bond (Skins, Killing Bono), starring Lucie Bourdeu (En Famille, Tout ce Qui Brill) and rising UK star Jonathan Ajayi (Wonder Woman 1984, Noughts & Crosses, BIFA longlisted), THE DRIFTERS is a love story about identity and place in a post-Brexit United Kingdom.

Koffee, an African migrant, and Fanny, a French waitress, are two lost souls who attempt to find home in one another and escape the labels that inevitably leave them homeless.

THE DRIFTERS is produced by BAFTA award-winning producer and development executive Iona Sweeney (Lizard Girl, Found), and executive produced by Andy Brunskill (Jet Trash, Lilting, Homebound), Elinor Day (East Is East, Charlotte Gray, The Warrior, Killing Me Softly, Killing Eve), Paul Ashton (Calibre, Adult Life Skills, Shifty, Westwood), Evan Leighton-Davis (Sweetheart), Ben Thompson (Brooklands) and Patrick Milling-Smith (Wild Geese, Becket).
  Graeme Clark [1 Feb 2021 at 13:33]
     

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