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Become Part of The Documentary Behind Controversial Flick ‘A Serbian Film’

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YOU CAN BE IN THE NEXT FEATURE FROM THE MAKERS OF A SERBIAN FILM!


Saturday 6pm on 11th December is the time and date, The Prince Charles Cinema in London is the location not only for a public screening of ‘A Serbian Film’ but also YOUR chance to feature in a documentary to be made about this important movie phenomenon. The extraordinary journey that making the controversial horror flick ‘A Serbian Film’ has taken producer Nikola Pantelic and director Srdjan Spasojevic on has inspired them to start the process to make a documentary on the many reactions that have boiled up and continue to rip through wherever it is shown.


If you are interested in taking part in this documentary and have views you would like immortalised then please book your tickets for the screening at www.princecharlescinema.com and ensure you turn up early enough to be featured in the initial filming of reactions from the queue.


Further screenings of the film will take place at the Prince Charles throughout the week but the Saturday 6pm screening is your one chance to be involved in the future film project. The first 100 people to turn up to the Saturday screening only will get an original UK cinema poster, which is unavailable to buy!


A Serbian Film (cert 18) will open at UK cinemas (Revolver Entertainment) and be available to rent online (Indiemoviesonline.com) from 10th December 2010.


UK fans will be able to buy it on DVD and Blu-ray from 3rd January 2011.


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‘A Serbian Film’ UK Quad Poster
'A Serbian Film' UK Quad Poster

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