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Gala Section Premiere
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | September 4, 2020
The 16th annual Zurich Film Festival (ZFF) will celebrate the comeback of cinema and will show eagerly awaited autumn and winter titles in its Gala Section. Among the twelve newly confirmed titles is the film Dream Horse.
Zurich is one of the few film festivals in Europe that will be held in person this year, despite CoVid-19. Zurich opened up its program this year to films from other Swiss festivals forced to cancel due to the pandemic. ZFF is also opening its theaters to independent movies, mainly from the U.S., that would have premiered at other film festivals, such as SXSW and Tribeca, that were canceled due to CoVid-19. The U.S. screenings are primarily for the film industry to give world sales companies a platform to present their movies to international distributors.
ZFF runs from Thursday September 24 – October 4, 2020 and tickets go on sale September 14. Get your tickets online here from 12:00 noon on September 14, 2020 or at seetickets.ch. ZFF Vouchers and Festival Passes can be purchased immediately, which means you can profit from discounts as soon as presale starts.
Dream Horse photo stills and movie posters, view in our gallery here
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The Social Stable
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | June 19, 2020
Damian joined Oli Bell to talk about his upcoming movie Dream Horse based on the remarkable story of Janet Vokes and Dream Alliance. Originally to be released in April but delayed due to CoVid-19, Dream Horse will now be in theaters September 4, 2020.
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Accidental TV Actor
by Chris Heath | GQ | May 2020 Issue
No actor has conjured the id of the modern American male quite like this highbrow brit who had expected to spend his life in the theater. Instead, Damian Lewis has become a stalwart of premium television, blurring the line between protagonist and antagonist – and emerging as one of the most thrilling actors of his generation.
Damian Lewis sits in the winter sun at a cafe near his North London home, trying to shut out the incessant blare of a nearby car alarm – “It’s annoying, isn’t it?” he exclaims, as though the pent-up politeness of denying this has finally become too much – while he considers how to answer questions about how he came to be the kind of person who has to answer questions like these.
By some combination of happenstance and aptitude, Damian Lewis has become best known for playing memorably imposing American characters on premium-cable TV shows. Most recently he has been the toxic financier Bobby Axelrod on the hedge-fund drama Billions (at press time, still lated to return in May despite the upheaval caused by the coronavirus); nearly a decade ago he was Nicholas Brody, the Marine returning from eight years as an al-Qaida prisoner, on Homeland; a decade before that he portrayed Major Richard Winters, the central character on Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg’s celebrated World War II drama Band of Brothers.
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Film Festival in Florida
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | March 9, 2020
The Sarasota Film Festival will kick off this year with opening night film Dream Horse. The 22nd annual festival runs from March 27 through April 5 in Sarasota, Florida. The 2020 film schedule is coming soon and tickets go on sale for the general public on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at 12:00 noon.
For more information or ticket sales, please visit Sarasota Film Festival here
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And We’re Off to the Races!
by Isabel Shaw | Radio Times | March 9, 2020
Radio Times is giving away 5,000 tickets to see Dream Horse! Click here and enter code BDQ245 to download and print your free ticket(s) for the preview screening of the film on Monday, March 23, 2020. Doors open at 6:00 pm and movie begins at 6:30 pm. Tickets are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, so book now to avoid missing out!
Here is the list of participating Cineworld theatres below:
Ashton Under Lyne
Glasgow Renfrew Street
To gain admittance, tickets should be presented to the box office along with a copy of this page of Radio Times. ID’s may be requested.