Modern Life Is Rubbish: Edinburgh Film Festival screening dates revealed

Screening dates for Modern Life Is Rubbish at the 2017 Edinburgh International Film Festival, part of the Best In British Strand, have been shared online today. The web page for the film has been created, and links to screening details are here. EIFF has shared a festival preview video, but there doesnt seem to be any sign of Tom in it. 

With this witty and thoroughly engaging rom-com, director Daniel Jerome Gill’s debut film charts the relationship between Liam (Josh Whitehouse) and Natalie (Freya Mavor). Initially drawn together by their shared love for music, ten years later they are struggling to see what they saw in each other. As they start to split their music library, the soundtrack of their relationship keeps on pulling them back together. A real warm-hearted charmer of a film nicely adapted by Philip Gawthorne from his award-winning play.

The film's premiere will be on 22nd June at 20.40 hours, with a further screening on 25th June at 18.10 hours. The festival brochure can be downloaded from here. Tickets go on sale to the public on Friday 2nd June.

Starfish: recent market screening at Cannes Film Festival

It seems that Starfish had a market screening at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, thanks to The Little Film Company, earlier this month on 20th May. Details of the screening time and location can be found here and here. More info on other films being promoted bt TLFC can be found via this link. There has been no news of sales so far from Cannes. 

Modern Life Is Rubbish: 2017 Edinburgh International Film Festival premiere

News was shared today that comedy-drama Modern Life Is Rubbish will have its UK premiere at this year's Edinburgh International Film Festival. There are no dates for the premiere yet, EIFF will reveal the lineup on May 31st. 

No trailer has been shared yet for the film, only the above still of Freya Mavor. No photos of Tom have appeared, and we know absolutely nothing about Tom's character other than his name is Adrian.

Skins favourite Mavor will be staring opposite Josh Whitehouse in Modern Life Is Rubbish, about a couple in the throes of a break-up reliving the highlights of their relationship while splitting up their record collection.

Whither Would You Go: new photos from the LA event

In March 2017, Tom took part in the Whither Would You Go charity event in Los Angeles, to raise money for refugees worldwide via the United Nations Refugee Agency. On the night, a company of actors read extracts from Shakespeare's plays in response to refugee stories and accounts. This website and forum donated to the charity for Tom's birthday last month.

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