CLEANIN’ UP THE TOWN: REMEMBERING GHOSTBUSTERS Set to Receive European Premiere At BFI IMAX this December
NEW BRITISH DOCUMENTARY CELEBRATES THE GHOSTBUSTERS LEGACY
FEATURING DAN AYKROYD, HAROLD RAMIS, SIGOURNEY WEAVER, ERNIE HUDSON AND IVAN REITMAN
CLEANIN’ UP THE TOWN: Remembering Ghostbusters, directed and produced by the UK brother and sister team of Anthony and Claire Bueno, receives its European Premiere at BFI’s IMAX Cinema on 3rd December ahead of its theatrical release with both filmmakers in attendance.
Celebrating 35 years since Ivan Reitman’s cult favourite Ghostbusters manifested on the big screen, the film pays a fitting tribute to the whole creative team behind the global phenomenon that continues to enchant audiences to this day. The documentary received its World Premiere appropriately in Calgary where Jason Reitman’s Ghostbusters has just completed principle photography.
CLEANIN' UP THE TOWN: Remembering Ghostbusters, is the definitive retrospective documentary, resulting from twelve years of research and production. It charts the making of the original 1984 Ghostbusters, featuring interviews with director Ivan Reitman, and lead cast Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson. In addition, the documentary hallmarks the extraordinary achievements made by the filmmakers working in visual effects era before the game-changing Jurassic Park. It reveals a story of ingenuity, innovation and emphasises just how ambitious an undertaking the making of Ghostbusters really was.
UK THEATRICAL RELEASE DATE: DECEMBER
UK Blu-ray / DVD and VOD RELEASE: COMING SOON
VOD platforms include: iTunes, Amazon, Google / YouTube Movies, Xbox, Playstation, Rakuten, Chili TV; Sky Store, Virgin Movies, BT Vision, Talk Talk Movies
UK DISTRIBUTOR: KEW MEDIA DISTRIBUTION
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Certificate: 15 (tbc), UK, 2019, running time 96 mins