Summer in February First Look Trailer
For those of you who are fans of Dan Stevens, a former of the British TV Show ‘Downton Abbey’, then you will know of his upcoming film, ‘Summer in February’, well, today the first trailer was released, and we sure are excited about his film.
Earlier this year The Rabbit Film Section conducted an interview with one of the film’s stars, Hattie Morahan, check out the interview in the link below;
In a film which promotes British cinema, with an almost all British cast, set in Lamorna in Cornwall, this looks set to be a highly successful film.
‘Summer in February’ is due to be released on Friday 14th June 2013.
Watch this space.
Yesterday, fans were informed that the highly anticipated British drama ‘A Summer in February’ that the film is to be released on Friday 14th June.
The film, which is spearheaded by ‘Downton Abbey’ actor Dan Stevens and stars a whole host of established and award winning actors, which include Dominic Cooper, Emily Browning and Evening Standard Theatre Award Winner Hattie Morahan, who The Rabbit Film Section were fortunate enough to interview earlier this year.
In a film which follows a group of artists in Lamorna Cornwall, it is set to please fans who are now missing Dan Stevens from ‘Downton Abbey’.
Check out the press release in the link below:
Summer in February Press Release
Naomi Jeffreys. Film Editor
Words By David Ramos
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