This week saw the global multiplatform premiere of The Knife That Killed Me.
Screened simultaneously across three venues across the UK and available to stream live online at 7pm on Tuesday 15 July, the York film was distributed as innovatively as it was created.
Uniquely filmed entirely on green screen at Green Screen Studios, based in Bubwith, the film actively sought to use a visual stylistic language to immerse audiences and engage them in the story, based on Anthony McGowan novel of the same title.
The Knife That Killed Me was screened at the National Media Museum in Bradford, Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester and Franks Café in London. The cast and crew attended the screening at the National Media Museum which was followed by a Q&A panel in front a live audience, as well as being live-streamed to those watching on Youtube.
We went behind the scenes at the National Media Museum premiere to capture the evening.