Dexter Fletcher’s Directorial Debut 'Wild Bill' Secures U.K. Theatrical Release
The Works will release via its partnership with Universal through the duo’s banner Indi VISION.
LONDON – Actor and director Dexter Fletcher’s directorial debut Wild Bill has secured a theatrical rollout plan in the U.K.
Universal Pictures U.K. has corralled local rights to the movie.
The Works will roll it out in theaters via its partnership with Universal through the duo’s banner Indi VISION.
Fletcher’s fledgling outing stars Charlie Creed-Miles, Liz White, Andy Serkis and Jaime Winstone and details the story of an ex-con who returns home to have a stab at being a better father for his sons.
Indi VISION releases independent films theatrically and on home entertainment in the U.K.
The deal was struck by producers Tim Cole and Sam Tromans.
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