Director James Marsh's WISCONSIN DEATH TRIP, originally shown as part of the BBC's 'Arena' series in 2000, is getting a special screening at the Regent Street Cinema London may 4th.
Inspired by a book of the same name, film-maker James Marsh tells the haunting tale of murder, madness and suicide that took place behind the thin veil of respectability in small-town America at the end of the 19th century. Drawing on reports in the weekly newspaper, plus archive photographs and re-enactments of events, this film chronicles the tragedies that befell residents and neighbours of Black River Falls, Wisconsin. The film won a Royal Television Society award and was also BAFTA nominated
The screening includes an introduction and Q&A from Director James Marsh who went on to win an Oscar for "Man On Wire" and more recently directed the Oscar nominated "Theory of Everything".
For more info and to get tickets visit the Regent Street Cinema Website.