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26Aug

The Toll Road: available to watch online for FREE!

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Short film The Toll Road, directed by Tom Riley, written by Richard Galazka, and starring Lizzy Caplan and Martin Starr, is now available to watch online for FREE thanks to WeVe TV. Watch the embed below, or you can view it on You Tube as well as the WeVe TV website. 

The film was shot on location in California in 2018, after Tom finished his run on stage in Dry Powder, and before shooting ITV series Dark Heart. Though it was a project close to his heart while he was filming three seasons of Da Vinci's Demons. 

08Jul

The Toll Road: available to watch online from 8th July

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Fantastic news! Tom Riley's directorial debut film The Toll Road will finally be available to watch online from 8th July 2020! WeVe TV will screen the short film starring Lizzy Caplan and Martin Starr, and fans just need to subscribe to the site for a free trial. For more details, check out the official website for The Toll Road

03May

Rainbows In Windows Supporting American Families In Need

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Tom Riley on Instagram recently promoted US company Yumi, which is supporting the Rainbows In Windows initiative to help needy families in America. Check out more details on Tom's instagram.

For each rainbow posted, tagging @yumi or #rainbowsinwindows, @yumi will donate a month’s worth of food to @feedingamerica to help families in need.

30Mar

The Toll Road: looking for streaming service

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The Toll Road short film, directed by Tom Riley, needs an online streaming service. Apparently if it is hosted on Vimeo or You Tube, they will run into music rights issues, so the team behind the film are looking for a recognised streaming service to help. Details below and on Instagram

16Feb

The Toll Road: Los Angeles JellyFest Screening announcement

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Short film The Toll Road, directed by Tom Riley, has been selected to screen at this month's  Jelly Fest Film Festival in Los Angeles. 

 

The Toll Road will be shown on Saturday 29th February 2020, in block three 4:20pm - 6:00pm at American Film Institute's Mark Goodson Theatre

 

29Dec

Tortilla: short film available online

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Back in 2017, Tom Riley went to Ibiza to shoot scenes in Tortilla, a comedy short film by Da Vinci's Demons co-star Eros Vlahos. Tortilla also features Gregg Chillin, another Da Vinci's Demons co-star. The film has been available to watch online for quite a while, but I forgot to post it when I was ill. Enjoy.

29Dec

The Toll Road: Flickerfest Screening 17th January 2020

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Australian Film Festival 'Flickerfest' recently announced its line-up, and The Toll Road, directed by Tom Riley, will have a screening on Friday 17th January 2020. Tickets to the screening, part of the Love Bites 2 programme starting at 6.30pm, are available on the Flickerfest website

Love Bites 2 – 2020 The 2nd of two quirky short journey through the joys & pitfalls of modern relationships. (programme 2 of 2)

20Oct

The Toll Road: photos from the San Diego International Film Festival

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As previously announced, The Toll Road is screening at the San Diego International Film Festival this weekend, with opportunities to see the film yesterday 19th October and another today 20th October from 4pm. Turns out that director Tom Riley was answering questions at yesterday's screening, but unluckily for fans, there was no advance warning to be able to share that news widely. 

08Oct

The Toll Road: Tall Grass Film Festival Screening

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The Toll Road, the short film directed by Tom Riley, has been selected to be screened at this year's Tall Grass Film Festival in Wichita, Kansas. The festival runs from October 16th - 20th. The Toll Road will have 2 screenings during the Festival in the Laugh Out Loud: Comedy Stories Shorts Programme (the hilarious, the goofy, and the delightful), and tickets are available here.

25Sep

The Toll Road: Film Festival screening updates

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There is now a web page for The Toll Road on the South Dakota Film Festival site. The Toll Road will be screened on Friday 27th September, part of session 3 from 7pm - 10:45pm (with Adult language & Content). Tickets available on the SDFF website.