Boogie Man

In this heart-warming romantic comedy, a British-Indian teenager struggles with his cultural heritage in modern-day London. Whilst attending a 1970’s themed exhibition, he falls for an actress/model and sets out to woo her. He becomes obsessed with both her and the seemingly more glamorous 70's era, only to be caught up in the dark side of the celebrity lifestyle that surrounds her. His family is pressuring him to keep their traditionalism alive, but will the impending responsibilities of adulthood prove too much for him?

  • Andy Morahan
    JLS: Eyes Wide Open 3D
  • Andy Morahan
  • Simon Olivier
  • Paul G. Andrews
    Juliana & The Medicine Fish
  • Scott Millaney
  • Kush Khanna
    Key Cast
  • Aston Merrygold
    Key Cast
    Holy Mess
  • Roshan Seth
    Key Cast
  • Amy Jackson
    Key Cast
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  • Runtime:
    1 hour 34 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    September 12, 2018
  • Production Budget:
    5,000,000 GBP
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:
    United Kingdom
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  • Cardiff International Film Festival
    United Kingdom
    October 19, 2018
    Winner Best Feature Film
  • UK Asian Film Festival
    United Kingdom
    March 25, 2018
    Best Newcomer and Best Soundtrack
Distribution Information
  • ITN Distribution
    Country: United States
    Rights: All Rights
Director Biography - Andy Morahan

Andy Morahan spent his formative years at Pinewood Studios and around the West End before becoming central in the music video revolution of the 1980's, winning two MTV Music Video Awards for George Michael's Father Figure (Best Director) and Guns n' Roses' November Rain (Best Music Video). His feature debut was Highlander III, followed by HBO's Murder In Mind which was shortlisted at the Sundance Film Festival. He won Best Video at both NME and Kerrang! for Biffy Clyro's Captain video. In 2011, his 3D concert film JLS: Eyes Wide Open hit number 4 at the UK box office. All the while, he was directing commercials for huge brands such as Barclays, Vodafone, GHD and Virgin Casinos to name a few. He was asked in 2014 by Sir Bob Geldof to film the Live Aid 30 and then filmed Mike Leigh's production of Pirates of Penzance which broke the British box office record for Opera in to cinema to date. Boogie Man which was directed and co-penned by Andy has already won awards at 2 major UK festivals. He is currently working on his next 4 feature films and a musical.

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