26 September 2022 The Irish Film & Television Network
Northern Irish psychological thriller to be released in Irish and UK cinemas on February 18th
2022-01-17 : News Desk
Andrea Riseborough in Here Before.
Belfast-set psychological thriller Here Before has been acquired by Wildcard Distribution, who have revealed plans for a cinema release in Ireland and the UK on 18th February.

Here Before is the debut feature from Belfast-born writer/director Stacey Gregg and stars the BAFTA-nominated Andrea Riseborough (Shadow Dancer, Birdman) with Jonjo O’Neill (The Fall), Eileen O’Higgins (Brooklyn), Martin McCann (Wildfire), and introduces Niamh Dornan. 

Since its world premiere at the renowned SXSW Film Festival last year, the film has gone on to screen at numerous festivals including the Belfast International Film Festival and the Galway Film Fleadh where it picked up the Best International Feature Award. 

Here Before follows Laura (Riseborough) and her family, as a new family moves in next door. Their young daughter, Megan (Dornan), quickly captivates Laura, stirring up painful memories of her own daughter, Josie, who died several years previously.

Before long, Laura's memories turn to obsession as Megan’s unsettling behaviour begins to convince her of something supernatural. As Laura's determination to get to the bottom of it becomes all consuming, her family begins to fracture and the line between the extraordinary and the real becomes ever more obscured in this haunting story about a mother’s love.

Here Before was produced by Julia Godzinskaya and Sophie Vickers for Rooks Nest and co-produced by Chris Martin.  The film is financed by BBC Film, Pia Pressure, and Northern Ireland Screen. 
The film will be released in cinemas across Ireland and the UK on the 18th February 2022 by Wildcard Distribution.

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