News: Bulldog Film Distribution to release ‘The Wanting Mare’ this February

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Hello, this is Dom…

From Bulldog Film Distribution, the visionary sci-fi – The Wanting Mare – will be able to rent or purchase on digital HD from 7th February. Here’s what they had to say:

The Wanting Mare is a visionary work from filmmaker Nicholas Ashe Bateman, blending science fiction, drama, fantasy and romance in lyrical style to create a bold and atmospheric new cinematic world.

In the world of Anmaere, north of the city of Whithren, wild horses run through the moorlands and up the coast. These horses are the city’s most valuable export, and as a result are hunted, trapped, sold and shipped across the sea once a year. For those in Whithren, this trade creates exciting possibilities: the chance to escape their constantly sweltering city to head across the sea. Meanwhile, in a small house just north of the city, a line of women passes a single dream through the generations. They inherit it from mother to daughter; a memory of a time where magic and myth were alive in the world.

The Wanting Mare is the directorial debut of Nicolas Ashe Bateman, a visual effects artist known for his work on A24’s The Green Knight.

The Wanting Mare is available to rent or own on digital HD from Bulldog Film Distribution on 7 February 2022

The Wanting Mare can be purchased here. Many thanks to Bulldog Film Distribution for providing the images above.

Dom.

For John.


This article’s featured image: By Source, Bulldog Film Distribution, Fair Use

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