Watch The Trailer To The New Movie “The Intent” Staring Krept & Konan, Fekky, DVS and Scorcher.
The Intent makes it’s its nationwide debut across the country in selected cinemas, and is available on digital download from iTunes on the 29th July 2016
A glossy thriller packed with a celebrated cast of acting talent alongside a stellar line up of musicians in their first on-screen roles. It’s a groundbreaking move that fuses the UK film and music world.
Set in the heart of London, the chilling tale of gang warfare, greed and drugs unfolds. Newfound infamy for the TIC crew affords the gang members the fast life, which catches the attention of all the wrong people and trust starts to become an issue, ultimately leading to their downfall. Infiltration, dishonour and ego are key to the plot but the key question is, what is “The Intent” of each player.
MOBO nominated and former Topboy actor/musician Scorcher takes the lead as ‘Gunz’ and stars alongside Ashley Chin (Starred Up, Plastic), award winning Hip Hop Duo Krept & Konan, Femi Oyeniran (Kidulthood), Jade Asha (As Bad as Me), Nicky Slimting Walker (It’s a Lot), Dylan Duffus (1 Day), Shone Romulus (Topboy), Sarah Akokhia (Hallows Eve) and rap royalty Fekky.
Co-directors Nicky Slimting Walker and Femi Oyeniran present an equally thrilling soundtrack that sets the tone and propels the audience throughout. Loaded with exclusive records written specifically for the film, Ghetts, Scorcher, Tanika, Stormzy, Fekky and Ms Banks all feature on the 18-track album that will be released to accompany the film.
Watch the trailer below and be the first to see the film at the following cinema’s by pre-booking here
Friday 29th July – Clapham Picturehouse, Empire Hemel Hempstead, Empire Newcastle, Empire Basildon, Hackney Picturehouse, Ritzy (London)
Saturday 30th July – Stratford East Picturehouse, Empire Newcastle, Empire Basildon, Empire Hemel Hempstead, The Cameo (Edinburgh), Picturehouse at National Media Museum (Bradford), Hackney Picturehouse, Ritzy (London)
Sunday 31st July – Picturehouse at FACT (Liverpool), The Electric Cinema (Birmingham), Stratford East Picturehouse, Genesis Cinema (London), Regal Picturehouse (Henley On Thames), Scott Cinema (Bristol), Crouch End Picturehouse, Empire Hemel Hempstead, Empire Newcastle, Empire Basildon
Monday 1st August – Hackney Picturehouse, Ritzy London, Stratford East Picturehouse, Empire Basildon, East Dulwich Picturehouse, Greenwich Picturehouse, Clapham Picturehouse
Tuesday 2nd August – Stratford East Picturehouse
Monday 8th August – Greenwich Picturehouse, Clapham Picturehouse
Wednesday 10th August – Cinema City (Norwich)
Friday 19th August – Vue Manchester Lowry, Vue Leeds The Light, Vue Bristol Cribbs Causeway, Vue Cardiff, Vue Stratford City
Friday 26th August – Vue Westwood Cross (Thanet)