Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Premieres set for 36, Mary Is Happy in London

Hot off its stunning win of four Subhanahongsa (Golden Swan) trophies at the Thailand National Film Association Awards, Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit's Mary Is Happy, Mary Is Happy will make its U.K. premiere this weekend alongside his debut feature 36.

First up on Saturday, March 1, 36 will make its London premiere as part of the Pan Asia Film Festival at the Institute of Contemporary Arts.

Mary Is Happy, Mary Is Happy has its U.K. premiere at the same venue the next day.

An additional screening for 36 is set for Monday, March 3 at the Proud Archivist. And Mary Is Happy will have a special screening on Tuesday, March 4, at the Aubin Cinema
All will have Q-and-A sessions with Nawapol.

Both films have been picked up for release by Day for Night, the new U.K. film distribution company that a year ago picked up another Pop Pictures' release, Hi-So by Mary producer Aditya Assarat. A June release is set for 36 in the U.K. and Ireland while Mary Is Happy is due out in the fall.

Ahead of the London screenings, Eastern Kicks has reviews of both 36 and Mary.

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