London gangster movie wins award for first time filmmaker

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London gangster movie wins award for first time filmmaker

Helier Bissell-Thomas wrote 'Kaufman's Game' when he was a 19 year-old student. The gangster film set in London has gone on to win an award at this year's L.A. Neo Noir Novel, Film and Script Festival.

The feature follows an unemployed young man with a passion for boxing, who is drawn into the violent operations of a powerful drug organisation.

Helier Bissell-Thomas and actor, Rupert Shelbourne, spoke to Reya El-Salahi about the award-winning film.

‘Kaufman’s Game’ is on at the Odeon in Richmond on the 12th December.

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