Trespass Against Us

Awards
IFFA MACAU 2016 - BEST ACTRESS, LYNDSEY MARSHAL
IFFA MACUA 2016 - JURY PRIZE
New to the Library (Launch TIFF 2016) / Crime / UK / 98 mins / 2015
Director:
Adam Smith (The Chemical Brothers - Don't Think)
Writer:
Alastair Siddons (Turn it Loose)
Cast:
Michael Fassbender (Macbeth, Prometheus, 12 Years a Slave, Frank)
Brendan Gleeson (Suffragette, Calvary, The Guard, The Edge of Tomorrow)
Lyndsey Marshal (The Hours, Hereafter)
Rory Kinnear (The Imitation Game, Skyfall)
Producers:
Gail Egan (The Constant Gardner, Last King of Scotland)
Andrea Calderwood (A Most Wanted Man)
Alastair Siddons (Turn It Loose)
Production Credits:
Potboiler Productions / Albert Granville / Film4 / BFI / Animal Kingdom / Lipsync

Torn between loyalty to his father and hope for his children, a man struggles to reassess his criminal life. Starring Michael Fassbender and Brendan Gleeson. 

Three generations of the Cutler family live as notorious outlaws among some of the wealthiest lands in Britain. They spend their time hunting, raiding large estates and tormenting the police. In the midst of it all, Chad (Michael Fassbender) finds himself torn between respect for his father (Brendan Gleeson) and a desire for a better life for his children. The law is cracking down on his clan, and the decision might not be his to make... 

Music for the film is an original score from The Chemical Brothers.

About the Director:

Adam Smith is an award winning film, television drama, documentary and music video director. His filmmaking journey began as a teenager, making visuals for raves and nightclubs in a creative collective, which he co-founded, called Vegetable Vision. He has since gone on to work extensively with electro music duo The Chemical Brothers and Mike Skinner of hip-hop garage project The Streets. TV credits include Brit teen comedy drama ‘Skins’, BBC mini-series ‘Little Dorrit’, Matt Smith’s opening episode of 'Doctor Who’ in 2010 and documentaries ‘Wot Do U Call It?’, ‘A.I.P.S’ and 'Ghetto on Sea'.

Trespass Against Us marks Smith’s debut as a feature film director.