SYNOPSIS:

In the stark beauty of 19th Century Snowdonia a young girl, Gwen, tries desperately to hold her home together. Struggling with her mother’s mysterious illness, her father’s absence and a ruthless mining company encroaching on their land, a growing darkness begins to take grip of her home, and the suspicious local community turns on Gwen and her family.

Gwen is a great British debut from exciting new filmmaker William McGregor with a breakout performance from rising star Eleanor Worthington-Cox (Maleficent) alongside Maxine Peake (Funny Cow), Richard Harrington (Hinterland), Kobna Holdbrook-Smith (Mary Poppins Returns) and Mark Lewis-Jones (Star Wars: The Last Jedi).

 

CAST:

Maxine Peake
Eleanor Worthington-Cox
Mark Lewis-Jones
Richard Harrington
Kobna Holdbrook-Smith
Jodie Innes

 

DIRECTOR/WRITER:

William McGregor

PRODUCERS:

Hilary Bevan Jones
Tom Nash
Angharad Elen (Associate Producer)

 

OUT NOW ON DVD & DIGITAL HD AND STILL SCREENING IN SELECT CINEMAS.

WATCH AT HOME

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UPCOMING SCREENINGS

12 Jan 2020 – Dumfries, Catstrand Film Festival
 

PREVIOUS SCREENINGS

PREVIEWS & SPECIAL EVENTS

Sun 23 June (20:55) – Edinburgh International Film Festival, Odeon Edinburgh – UK Premiere screening + Q&A with William McGregor and Eleanor Worthington-Cox – BOOK NOW
Tues 25 June (20:30) – Edinburgh International Film Festival, Vue Omni Edinburgh – BOOK NOW
Wed 3 July (18:30) – Hull International Film Festival, Vue Cinema Hull – BOOK NOW
Mon 8 July (18:00) – Cardiff, Chapter Arts Centre + Q&A with William McGregor, Eleanor Worthington-Cox and Richard Harrington – BOOK NOW
Wed 10 July (19:00) – Bangor, Pontio + Q&A with William McGregor, Eleanor Worthington-Cox and Hilary Bevan Jones – BOOK NOW
Thu 11 July (18:00) – Aberystwyth Arts Centre + Q&A with William McGregor – BOOK NOW
Fri 12 July (18:00) – Bath, Little Theatre + Q&A with William McGregor – BOOK NOW
Tue 16 July (20:30) – London, BFI Southbank + Q&A with William McGregor and Eleanor Worthington-Cox – BOOK NOW
Wed 17 July (19:45) – London, Arthouse Crouch End + Q&A with William McGregor – BOOK NOW
Mon 22 July (20:35) – Manchester, HOME + Q&A with Maxine Peake, William McGregor and Eleanor Worthington-Cox – BOOK NOW
Wed 31 July (18:15) – Norwich, Cinema City + Q&A with William McGregor – BOOK NOW

FROM 19 JULY

Aberystwyth Arts Centre – BOOK NOW
Bethesda, Neuadd Ogwen – BOOK NOW
Bridgend, Odeon – BOOK NOW
Bristol, Showcase, Avonmends – BOOK NOW
Cardff, Cineworld – BOOK NOW
Cardiff, Chapter Arts Centre – BOOK NOW
Cardiff, Odeon – BOOK NOW
Cardiff, Showcase, Nantgarw – BOOK NOW
Dublin, Cineworld – BOOK NOW
Glasgow Film Theatre – BOOK NOW (from 22 July)
Halifax, Square Chapel – BOOK NOW (from 21 July)
Llanelli, Odeon –BOOK NOW (23 July only)
London, Arthouse Crouch End – BOOK NOW
London, Barbican – BOOK NOW
London, Curzon Bloomsbury – BOOK NOW
Manchester, HOME – BOOK NOW
Newcastle, Tyneside Cinema – BOOK NOW
Pwllheli, Neuadd Dwyfor – BOOK NOW
Sheffield, Cineworld – BOOK NOW
Sheffield, Showroom – BOOK NOW
Swansea, Odeon –  BOOK NOW
Swansea, Vue – BOOK NOW
Wrexham, Odeon Eagles Meadow – BOOK NOW (19, 20, 23 July only)

FROM 26 JULY

Belfast, QFT – BOOK NOW (all week)
Bristol, Watershed – BOOK NOW (29 July – 1 Aug only)
Caernarfon, Galeri – BOOK NOW (26, 30 July, 1 Aug matinees only)
Cardiff, Premiere – BOOK NOW (29 July only)
London, Prince Charles – BOOK NOW (26, 30 July, 6, 8 Aug only)
London, Curzon Bloomsbury – BOOK NOW (all week)
Norwich, Cinema City – BOOK NOW (31 July only + Q&A with William McGregor)
Manchester, HOME – BOOK NOW (all week)
Newcastle, Tyneside Cinema – BOOK NOW (matinees all week)
Sheffield, Showroom – BOOK NOW (matinees all week)

FROM 2 AUGUST

Barry, Memo Arts – BOOK NOW (4, 6 Aug only)
Leicester, Phoenix – BOOK NOW (5-8 Aug only)

FROM 9 AUGUST

Lancaster, Dukes – BOOK NOW (12, 13, 15 Aug only)
Kendal, The Brewery Arts Centre – BOOK SOON (9 Aug only)
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FROM 16 AUGUST

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Mold, Theatr Clwyd – BOOK NOW (16, 17, 19 Aug only)
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FROM 23 AUGUST

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FROM 30 AUGUST

Cardigan, Mwldan – BOOK NOW (30 Aug – 2 Sept only)
Colwyn Bay, Theatre Colwyn – BOOK NOW (2 Sept only)

FROM 6 SEPTEMBER

Chichester, Cinema at New Park – INFO HERE (7, 9, 10-12 Sept only)
Ipswich, Film Theatre – INFO HERE (from 10 Sept)
Newport, Riverfront –  INFO HERE (11, 12 Sept)

FROM 13 SEPTEMBER

Swansea, Taliesin – BOOK NOW (18 Sept only)

FROM 20 SEPTEMBER

Oxford, Ultimate Picture Palace (21 – 26 Sept only)

FROM OCTOBER

2 Oct – Carmarthen, Canolfan S4C Yr Egin – BOOK HERE
6 & 7 Oct – Milford Haven, The Torch – BOOK HERE
9 Oct – Bangor, Pontio – BOOK HERE
9 Oct – Tywyn, Magic Lantern – INFO HERE
17 Oct – Ystradgynlais, The Welfare – BOOK HERE
25 Oct (7 days) – Ton Pentre Phoenix Cinema – INFO HERE
25 Oct – Sinema Sadwyn
27 Oct – Belfast, Cinemagic Film Festival @ QFT + Q&A with William McGregor
Strode Theatre – (18 Sept only)