Picturehouse Entertainment Unveil The Trailer, First Photo + Posters For Alice Winocour’s PRROXIMA Featuring Eva Green
The Fan Carpet are pleased to present the Official Trailer, Posters and First Photos for Alice Winocour's PROXIMA, courtesy of Picturehouse Entertainment, ahead of its release on Friday 8th May.
Eva Green gives a career best performance in this epic and emotionally charged new drama from acclaimed director Alice Winocour. Green plays Sarah, a French astronaut training at the European Space Agency in Cologne. The only woman in the arduous programme, she has been chosen to be part of the crew of a year-long space mission called ‘Proxima’. Putting enormous strain on her relationship with her daughter (played by outstanding newcomer Zélie Boulant-Lemesle), the training begins to take its toll on both as Sarah’s training progresses and the launch looms ever closer.
Featuring stunning performances from the entire cast which includes Matt Dillon, Lars Eidinger and Sandra Hüller, Winocour’s new film is an unmissable cinematic experience which will take audiences on a gripping, emotional and life-affirming journey.
PROXIMA HITS CINEMAS ON MAY 8
About Picturehouse Entertainment
Picturehouse Entertainment is the distribution arm of Picturehouse Cinemas, the owner and operator of 25 Picturehouse Cinemas and programmer for a further 40 UK venues. As champions of distinct cinematic voices and outstanding new feature films, Picturehouse Entertainment is renowned for delivering innovative and award-winning release campaigns from theatrical to home entertainment.
Previous Picturehouse Entertainment releases have encompassed a wide range of films including Lost In London, A Ghost Story, God's Own Country, The Party, Custody, First Reformed, Nothing Like A Dame and The Wife. 2019 saw the release of the outstanding BAFTA and Academy Award-nominated Capernaum from Lebanese director Nadine Labaki, Out of Blue from visionary director Carol Morley, Benedikt Erlingsson’s wry Icelandic drama Woman At War, Sophie Hyde's adaptation of Emma Jane Unsworth's acclaimed book Animals, Peter Webber's reggae documentary Inna de Yard, Shola Amoo's hypnotic new film The Last Tree, the award-winning Monos directed by Alejandro Landes and Mirrah Foulkes's debut feature Judy & Punch. Justin Kurzel's stunning new film True History of the Kelly Gang will arrive in cinemas on 28 February.