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First Image Of Mike Leigh’s Peterloo

Mike Leigh has been aiming to make a film about the Peterloo massacre for a little while now, and he’s been working on the new film for Film4 and Amazon. The first picture for Peterloo is online and can be seen above.

The Peterloo massacre saw the Army engaged to attack a large group of protestors in Manchester in 1819. Demanding political reform amid crippling economic depression, the protestors took to the streets and the resulting tragedy from the military reaction left 15 dead and more than 400 injured. The fallout was felt across the country, including spurring the creation of The Manchester Guardian, the paper that became today’s Guardian.

Pictured is Rory Kinnear’s Henry Hunt addressing the reformers as they gather at St. Peter’s Field ahead of the chaos that is to come. Leigh also has the likes of Maxine Peake, Pearce Quigley, Philip Jackson, Karl Johnson, Tim McInnerny and David Moorst in the cast. There’s no set release date for the film, but we should expect it next year.

Peterloo – Official Trailer

Peterloo – Official Trailer

  • In Cinemas: November 2nd, 2018 (UK), November 9th (USA)
  • Director: Mike Leigh
  • Writer: Mike Leigh
  • Producer: Georgina Lowe
  • Executive Producers: Gail Egan, Lizzie Francke, Norman Merry
  • Cast: Rory Kinnear, Maxine Peake, Neil Bell, Philip Jackson, Vincent Franklin, Karl Johnson, Tim McInnerny, Leo Bill, Alastair Mackenzie, Pearce Quigley, John Paul Hurley, David Bamber, Nico Mirallegro, Liam Gerrard, Eileen Davies
  • Production Co: BFI Film Fund, Film4, Thin Man Films
  • Studio: Amazon Studios
  • Music: Gary Yershon
  • Certificate: (PG-13)
  • Run Time: 2 hours, 33 minutes

Peterloo, is a British historical drama film, directed and written by English film-maker Mike Leigh (Happy-Go-Lucky, Another Year). The film, produced by Georgina Lowe, has a extremely talented cast which includes, Rory Kinnear, Neil Bell, Philip Jackson, Maxine Peake (Funny Cow), Vincent Franklin, Karl Johnson (The Death of Stalin), Tim McInnerny, Leo Bill, Alastair Mackenzie (Cold Feet, TV series), Pearce Quigley, John Paul Hurley, and David Bamber.

This historical period-drama recounts the infamous ‘Peterloo Massacre’ that occurred on the 16th August 1819. On that fateful day in Manchester, an estimated 60,000 – 80,000, men, women, and children from Manchester, Rochdale, Oldham and the surrounding areas, had gathered on St Peter’s Fields to protest about poverty, the right to vote, and calling for parliamentary reform. The meeting started off peacefully, with the majority of those attending, bringing picnics and dressed in their Sunday best clothes. However not long after the speeches started a local magistrates who thought the crowd had revolutionary intentions, panicked and ordered the arrest of the key speaker ‘Henry Hunt’, played in the film by Rory Kinnear. The crowds were then ordered to disperse, what followed next was total carnage, as hundreds of armed soldiers and militia, charged into the panicking crowds. It’s estimated between 10-20 peaceful campaigners were killed, with hundreds of others very seriously injured.

The incident was thereafter named the ‘Peterloo Massacre‘, an ironic reference to the 1815 Battle of Waterloo. Amazingly an official inquiry was held into the shocking incident, and the Prince Regent actually commended the soldiers who attacked the peaceful and unarmed civilians, absolving them of any misconduct.

Peterloo, opens in UK theaters on November 2nd, 2018, and in U.S. on November 9th.

Please check out latest trailer below:

Peterloo – Official Trailer

Official Film Synopsis: Peterloo

Internationally acclaimed and Oscar-nominated filmmaker Mike Leigh portrays one of the bloodiest episodes in British history, the infamous Peterloo Massacre of 1819, where government-backed cavalry charged into a peaceful crowd of 80,000 that gathered in Manchester, England to demand democratic reform.

Rory Kinnear stars.

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‘Peterloo’ Trailer: Mike Leigh Brings to Life One of Britain’s Bloodiest Massacres

Posted on Tuesday, July 24th, 2018 by Hoai-Tran Bui

Mike Leigh is returning to the historical drama four years after his acclaimed, Oscar-nominated 2014 film Mr. Turner. The British director is teaming up with Amazon Studios to helm Peterloo, a historical epic about one of the bloodiest massacres in British history. And the first trailer proves that Leigh is diving into one of his most ambitious films to date.

Peterloo Trailer

Peterloo chronicles the infamous Peterloo Massacre of 1819, when government-backed cavalry charged into a crowd of 80,000 peaceful protesters demanding the reform of parliamentary representation. The ensuing chaos resulted in the deaths of 15 people and inured 400–700 more. It was a defining moment in British history, and one that Mike Leigh immaculately captures in the Peterloo trailer.

Subdued and lush, the Peterloo trailer elegantly portrays the despair of the working-class people who demand better representation and rights. It’s a brief teaser trailer, but in the minute-long clip, you can feel the swelling of pride and inspiration throughout.

The historical drama seems to stand in stark contrast to the rest of Leigh’s filmography, with films like Naked, Secrets & Lies, and Happy-Go-Lucky embodying a distinct type of kitchen-sink realism. But the British director seems to have taken a turn after his 2014 biopic Mr. Turner, which garnered four Oscar nominations for its depiction of the life and career of radical painter J. M. W. Turner, played by Timothy Spall.

Written and directed by Leigh, Peterloo stars Rory Kinnear, Maxine Peake, Neil Bell, Philip Jackson, Vincent Franklin, Karl Johnson, and Tim McInnerny.

Here is the official synopsis for Peterloo:

Internationally acclaimed and Oscar-nominated filmmaker Mike Leigh portrays one of the bloodiest episodes in British history, the infamous Peterloo Massacre of 1819, where government-backed cavalry charged into a peaceful crowd of 80,000 that gathered in Manchester, England to demand democratic reform.

Peterloo opens in theaters on November 9, 2018.

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Peterloo – Official Trailer

Peterloo – Official Trailer

  • In Cinemas: November 2nd, 2018 (UK), November 9th (USA)
  • Director: Mike Leigh
  • Writer: Mike Leigh
  • Producer: Georgina Lowe
  • Executive Producers: Gail Egan, Lizzie Francke, Norman Merry
  • Cast: Rory Kinnear, Maxine Peake, Neil Bell, Philip Jackson, Vincent Franklin, Karl Johnson, Tim McInnerny, Leo Bill, Alastair Mackenzie, Pearce Quigley, John Paul Hurley, David Bamber, Nico Mirallegro, Liam Gerrard, Eileen Davies
  • Production Co: BFI Film Fund, Film4, Thin Man Films
  • Studio: Amazon Studios
  • Music: Gary Yershon
  • Certificate: (PG-13)
  • Run Time: 2 hours, 33 minutes

Peterloo, is a British historical drama film, directed and written by English film-maker Mike Leigh (Happy-Go-Lucky, Another Year). The film, produced by Georgina Lowe, has a extremely talented cast which includes, Rory Kinnear, Neil Bell, Philip Jackson, Maxine Peake (Funny Cow), Vincent Franklin, Karl Johnson (The Death of Stalin), Tim McInnerny, Leo Bill, Alastair Mackenzie (Cold Feet, TV series), Pearce Quigley, John Paul Hurley, and David Bamber.

This historical period-drama recounts the infamous ‘Peterloo Massacre’ that occurred on the 16th August 1819. On that fateful day in Manchester, an estimated 60,000 – 80,000, men, women, and children from Manchester, Rochdale, Oldham and the surrounding areas, had gathered on St Peter’s Fields to protest about poverty, the right to vote, and calling for parliamentary reform. The meeting started off peacefully, with the majority of those attending, bringing picnics and dressed in their Sunday best clothes. However not long after the speeches started a local magistrates who thought the crowd had revolutionary intentions, panicked and ordered the arrest of the key speaker ‘Henry Hunt’, played in the film by Rory Kinnear. The crowds were then ordered to disperse, what followed next was total carnage, as hundreds of armed soldiers and militia, charged into the panicking crowds. It’s estimated between 10-20 peaceful campaigners were killed, with hundreds of others very seriously injured.


The incident was thereafter named the ‘Peterloo Massacre‘, an ironic reference to the 1815 Battle of Waterloo. Amazingly an official inquiry was held into the shocking incident, and the Prince Regent actually commended the soldiers who attacked the peaceful and unarmed civilians, absolving them of any misconduct.

Peterloo, opens in UK theaters on November 2nd, 2018, and in U.S. on November 9th.

Please check out latest trailer below:

Peterloo – Official Trailer

Official Film Synopsis: Peterloo

Internationally acclaimed and Oscar-nominated filmmaker Mike Leigh portrays one of the bloodiest episodes in British history, the infamous Peterloo Massacre of 1819, where government-backed cavalry charged into a peaceful crowd of 80,000 that gathered in Manchester, England to demand democratic reform.

Rory Kinnear stars.

About Micky

Hello I’m just an ordinary working guy who happens to be a real Movie and TV buff. I’ve been watching Movies for well over 50 years now and love to Blog on anything to do with New Movie & TV releases.

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Peterloo Movie Poster

Take a look to the first official poster of Peterloo, the upcoming history drama movie starring Rory Kinnear, Christopher Eccleston, David Bamber, Maxine Peake, Nico Mirallegro, and Eileen Davies:


PETERLOO

A film by Mike Leigh.

The blood of the innocent will flow without end…

Anyway, a few official pictures from the film:

(Click on a picture to enlarge.)

Here’s the movie trailer of Peterloo if you haven’t seen it yet: Continue reading »

Peterloo Movie trailer

We’ve got our hands on the first official trailer of Peterloo, the upcoming history drama movie written and directed by Mike Leigh and starring Rory Kinnear, Christopher Eccleston, David Bamber, Maxine Peake, Nico Mirallegro, and Eileen Davies:

From acclaimed Director Mike Leigh.

Shake the chains that fall on you.

You are many, they are few. Plot synopsis:
“Internationally acclaimed and Oscar-nominated filmmaker Mike Leigh portrays one of the bloodiest episodes in British history, the infamous Peterloo Massacre of 1819, where government-backed cavalry charged into a peaceful crowd of 80,000 that gathered in Manchester, England to demand democratic reform.”

The haves were not ready to share with the have nots back then. Has anything really changed?

The Us release date of the movie is set to November 9, 2018 (in theaters).

Stay tuned for updates.
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Peterloo Movie

A first official look at Peterloo, the upcoming history drama movie written and directed by Mike Leigh and starring Rory Kinnear, Christopher Eccleston, David Bamber, Maxine Peake, Nico Mirallegro, and Eileen Davies:

(Click on the picture to enlarge.)

Plot synopsis:
“A drama based on events surrounding the infamous 1819 Peterloo Massacre, where British forces fired on a peaceful pro-democracy rally at St Peter’s Field in Manchester.
The notorious massacre saw British government forces charge into a crowd of 60,000 that had gathered in St Peter’s Field in Manchester to demand political reform. The forces killed an estimated 18 protestors and injured hundreds, sparking outcry but also further government crackdowns.
This was a defining moment in radical British history which also played a significant role in the founding of the UK’s leftwing broadsheet newspaper The Guardian.”

Expect blood to flow on the street… Well if it’s a realistic take on this event that is…

Anyway, two videos from the set:

Mike Leigh filming Peterloo in Lincoln

The film has yet to get an official release date.

Stay tuned with us for more details about the movie Peterloo.
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Extras wanted for film about Manchester’s Peterloo Massacre

British filmmaker Mike Leigh is directing a movie about Manchester’s Peterloo Massacre and he is looking for extras to star in it this summer

  • 12:07, 19 JUL 2017
  • Updated 15:48, 19 JUL 2017

Acclaimed British film director Mike Leigh is looking for extras to star in his next film which will be about Manchester’s Peterloo Massacre.

Leigh’s previous films include Oscar nominated Mr. Turner, Vera Drake, Another Year, Secrets & Lies and Career Girls.

The film will star Bolton actress Maxine Peake.

Fifteen people were killed and more than 600 were injured when cavalrymen charged a crowd at a protest rally in Manchester on August 16, 1819. The bloodbath in St Peter’s Fields became known as the Peterloo Massacre.

Leigh, who was born in Higher Broughton, Salford, is now casting for extras in Kent, Essex, Lancashire and Lincoln over the summer. The production company, Piece of Cake Casting is looking for men and women aged between 17 and 99 of all ethnicities with natural-coloured hair and no visible tattoos or piercings.

For more information on the casting agency and position you can check out their website here . They will contact you should they wish for you to attend a registration interview.

St Peter’s Fields is now St Peter’s Square and a plaque commemorating the event is on the side of the Free Trade Hall on Peter Street, which is a Radisson Hotel today.

The plaque reads: On 16 August 1819 a peaceful rally of 60,000 pro-democracy reformers, men, women and children, was attacked by armed cavalry resulting in 15 deaths and over 600 injuries.

Peterloo: London festival film to premiere – in Manchester

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Mike Leigh’s film about the 1819 Peterloo massacre in Manchester is to get its UK premiere in the city.

The 17 October screening has been organised by the London Film Festival and will be the first premiere staged by the festival outside the capital.

Maxine Peake and Rory Kinnear appear in the film, about the day troops charged a crowd of 60,000 demanding political reform, killing at least 10 people.

Leigh said he was “truly delighted” the UK premiere would be in Manchester.

The director, who has been nominated for seven Oscars, said: “It’s always an honour to be included in the glorious London Film Festival, but how inspired and generous of the festival to screen Peterloo in Manchester, where it all happened.”

The premiere will take place at the Home arts centre, around half a mile from the site of St Peter’s Fields, where the protest took place.

Home‘s artistic director of film Jason Wood said: “It is fitting that Manchester audiences will be amongst the first to see this highly anticipated film which focuses on a pivotal event in our city’s and our nation’s political history.”

The film and a question and answer session with Leigh will also be relayed to cinemas around the UK.

The premiere was announced on the 199th anniversary of the massacre. Peake, who is known for TV shows including Three Girls and Black Mirror and grew up in Bolton, has previously spoken at anniversary events to remember the massacre.

“It’s about the importance of protest, the importance of people having a voice,” she said in 2016.

“The importance of democracy and liberty, it is something that should never be forgotten and the fact that Manchester is a really progressive city and it should be really proud of that.”

The film will get a nationwide release on 2 November.

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Take a look to the first official poster of Peterloo, the upcoming history drama movie starring Rory Kinnear, Christopher Eccleston, David Bamber, Maxine Peake, Nico Mirallegro, and Eileen Davies:


PETERLOO

A film by Mike Leigh.

The blood of the innocent will flow without end…

Anyway, a few official pictures from the film:

(Click on a picture to enlarge.)

Here’s the movie trailer of Peterloo if you haven’t seen it yet:

The film is written and directed by Mike Leigh.

US release date: November 9, 2018 (in theaters).
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Peterloo teaser: watch the first trailer for Mike Leigh’s historical epic

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T he first teaser trailer for director Mike Leigh’s Peterloo, about the killing of peaceful protesters in 1819, has been released.

Five-time Bafta winner Leigh is no stranger to historical drama, having tackled the Irish troubles with Four Days in July (1985), and painter William Turner in Mr. Turner (2014), starring Timothy Spall.

Now he is returning to his native Manchester in depicting the massacre at ‘Peterloo’, a sardonic portmanteau of the victory at Waterloo four years prior.

On August 16, between 50-80,000 people had gathered at St. Peter’s Field to push for parliamentary reform; historian Michael Herbert has called it the largest crowd ever seen in England at the time. The protest was in part a reaction to the corn laws of 1815-1846, protectionist tariffs that were enriching landowners but impoverishing workers by raising food prices.

At the invitation of the Manchester Patriotic Union, Henry “Orator” Hunt, played by Rory Kinnear, was arrested shortly after climbing his soapbox. Amid the ensuing confusion, 15 people were killed and 700 injured when the King’s 15th Hussars galloped in with sabers drawn.

F earing revolution, the Government’s immediate response was the notorious Six Acts, which made protest without permission illegal. The event did, however, encourage the birth in 1821 of the Manchester Guardian newspaper, and of the Reform Act 1832, granting better representation in the North.

K innear will star alongside Maxine Peake (Shameless, The Theory of Everything), whose past advocacy of the working class and her fight for greater recognition of the Peterloo massacre makes her a fitting choice.

With backing from Amazon, Film 4, and the BFI, the film is expected to be Mike Leigh’s most expensive yet, with a cast of over 100 and filming from Lincoln to Luton. Due for UK release on November 2, Peterlooo will premiere at the Venice Film Festival in September.

“There has never been a feature film about the Peterloo massacre,” Leigh has said. “The universal significance of this historic event becomes ever more relevant in our own turbulent times.”

Peterloo: London festival film to premiere – in Manchester

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Mike Leigh’s film about the 1819 Peterloo massacre in Manchester is to get its UK premiere in the city.

The 17 October screening has been organised by the London Film Festival and will be the first premiere staged by the festival outside the capital.

Maxine Peake and Rory Kinnear appear in the film, about the day troops charged a crowd of 60,000 demanding political reform, killing at least 10 people.

Leigh said he was “truly delighted” the UK premiere would be in Manchester.

The director, who has been nominated for seven Oscars, said: “It’s always an honour to be included in the glorious London Film Festival, but how inspired and generous of the festival to screen Peterloo in Manchester, where it all happened.”

The premiere will take place at the Home arts centre, around half a mile from the site of St Peter’s Fields, where the protest took place.

Home’s artistic director of film Jason Wood said: “It is fitting that Manchester audiences will be amongst the first to see this highly anticipated film which focuses on a pivotal event in our city’s and our nation’s political history.”

The film and a question and answer session with Leigh will also be relayed to cinemas around the UK.

The premiere was announced on the 199th anniversary of the massacre. Peake, who is known for TV shows including Three Girls and Black Mirror and grew up in Bolton, has previously spoken at anniversary events to remember the massacre.

“It’s about the importance of protest, the importance of people having a voice,” she said in 2016.

“The importance of democracy and liberty, it is something that should never be forgotten and the fact that Manchester is a really progressive city and it should be really proud of that.”

The film will get a nationwide release on 2 November.

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