Gripping Feature Film "The Winter of Love" based in Southall explores violence, tragedy and family loyalties set for UK DVD Release in March 2011
THE WINTER OF LOVE is British Filmmaker Shakila Taranum Maan’s first feature film and is an intense, gripping drama set entirely in Southall. The film, which opened at the Raindance East Festival to acclaimed success, explores family tensions, hidden secrets and intergenerational conflict and hypocrisy. The film is now available on DVD.
There will be a Press Launch and Q and A with Shakila Taranum Maan on Tuesday 1st March at 7pm at The Beauchamp Bar, Knightsbridge followed by the launch of the soundtrack for the film with Composer Musician Kuljit Bhamra MBE. By invitation only.
Available from 1st March 2011
Shakila Taranum Maan’s gripping debut feature film “The Winter of Love” that tells a compelling story of what people do to each other in the name of love.
“I waited for you, but you never came…”
Atmospheric and effectively scored, this tale of one man’s journey through a quasi-deserted city and the past provides a welcome insight into a little-known London community. Time Out
Kuljit Bhamra’s original and passionate musical score for The Winter of Love left many wanting more from this versatile composer.
“Writing the score and recording the music for the film was a memorable and rewarding experience for me – one that will forever remain fresh in my mind – for two reasons. Firstly, much of the filming took place in my hometown Southall at locations that I used to frequent as a young teenager.”