As the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia announces its complete program you'll be delighted to learn that "Malice in Wonderland" will premiere amongst other British movies in the OFFICIAL FANTÀSTIC PANORAMA SECTION - BRITISH FOCUS.

Sitges is the number one fantasy film festival in the world and represents, at the same time, the cultural expression with the most media impact in Catalonia. With a solid experience, it is a stimulating universe of encounters, exhibitions, presentations and screenings of fantasy films from all over the world.

It started out in 1968 as the 1st International Week of Fantasy and Horror Movies - today this Festival is an essential rendezvous for movie lovers and audiences eager to come into contact with new tendencies and technologies applied to film and the audiovisual world.

There are still a few surprises to be confirmed, but the following Brit flicks will definitely be shown: DOGHOUSE by Jake West; THE DESCENT: PART 2 by John Harris;THE ECLIPSE by Connor McPherson and last but not least LESBIAN VAMPIRE KILLERS by Phil Claydon.

The highly anticipated movie MALICE IN WONDERLAND directed by Simon Fellows and produced by Future Films, has been selected for the 42nd Festival Internacional de Cinema Fantàstic de Catalunya, which runs from 1 to 12 October 2009. The definite film schedule is still being worked on, but you can check it right here.
Starring Brit bad boy Danny Dyer, best known for his roles in Nick Love’s "Outlaw" and Chris Smith’s "Severance", who plays ‘Whitey’ alongside Maggie Grace's role as ‘Alice’, who recently starred opposite Liam Neeson in Pierre Morel’s "Taken" and of course Nat as 'The King & Queen'.
Malice in Wonderland, written by Jayson Rothwell, is a modern twist on the Children’s classic “Alice in Wonderland”; a rites of passage road movie, bringing a fresh new perspective to those familiar with the story and an exciting thrill-filled adventure for others.  

The film is produced by Mark Williams alongside Future Films' Albert Martinez Martin. The film is financed by Future Films, Screen East and Sherazade Film Development.

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