THE INHERITANCE

“Independent film-making at its most exciting.” ROTTEN TOMATOES

Inheritance poster

Winner of the Raindance Award at the 2007 British Independent Film Awards
Nominated BEST UK FEATURE at Raindance and the East End Film Festival
Nominated for 2 BAFTA Scotland New Talent Awards
Our debut feature film, directed by Charles-Henri Belleville, written / produced by Tim Barrow, Executive Produced by David Boaretto.
2 brothers meet at their father’s funeral. His will instructs them to journey to Skye to find his inheritance. In an old VW van they travel north …
THE INHERITANCE premiered at Raindance Film Festival, and instantly received an incredible response from industry and audiences alike. Shot for £5,000 in only 11 days,the story takes the route of a Scottish road movie and features a haunting soundtrack by composer Fiona Rutherford and Freemoore.
Our film toured to 12 film festivals across the UK, plus in Canada and Ireland, and was released on DVD together with a 60 minute documentary detailing how to make a micro budget award-winning feature.

MOVIE TRAILER

Road north

“The stuff of low-budget legend” MOVIESCOPE
“Scottish ‘Little Miss Sunshine’ meets ‘The Blues Brothers'” SHADOWS ON THE WALL

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Comments
  1. Matthew fenner says:

    Hello there I am a big tom hardy fan and was wondering if it was possible to get a copy of the inheritance at all …. Many thanks xxx

  2. Michael Trottier says:

    It is amazing that a film made in 11 days at a cost of £5000 can prove that quality is not at all to do with money.
    The outstanding acting supported by outstanding commotment passion shines through.
    The emotional journeys of the characters are laid bare in what for me was dark in its painting. Human emotion agendas in their raw form
    I salute all who worked on this masterpiece of film.

  3. Παναγιωτης Κωνστας says:

    hello i just purchased this dvd i am located in Greece how much time will it take for it to arrive?

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