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Delirium celebrates UK premiere following international film festival debut

  • Date07 July 2017

Delirium, the latest film from actor, director, and writer Gareth Jones is to have its UK Premiere tomorrow night (8 July 2017) in Central London.

Filmed in its entirety at Royal Holloway, the film follows an internationally famous composer as he tries to seal his career with a modern Requiem.

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The story centres on the wayward former-popstar-turned-composer through an existential, familial and political crisis over the completion of the Requiem, commissioned to celebrate his college’s centenary.  A natural rebel flying in the face of academic authority, he finds himself both inspired and compromised by the arrival of a young cellist carrying secrets from his colourful past.

The film stars Gareth Jones, Clare Grogan, Timothy West, Mamta Kaash and cellist Alisa Liubarskaya, and features performances from the Royal Holloway Chapel Choir.

You can watch the trailer.

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