TimeLock is a Tartan-Noir, feature crime thriller about a safe that doesn’t open, a robbery gone wrong, and all the choices you made – or didn’t make – in your earlier life.
TIMELOCK stars John C. Gilmour & Alton Milne, with great supporting performances from Danielle Stewart, Leo Horsfield, Hamish Wilson, Natalie Clark, Jess-Luisa Flynn, Stephen Cleland and Lauren Lamarr. The film also features a killer soundtrack from Scottish Album of the Year nominee RM Hubbert along with Howie Reeve and Rafe Fitzpatrick.
The film is written and directed by David Griffith and produced by Inge Sorensen and David Griffith. It was recorded by cinematographer Simon Hipkins and recordist Marcin Knyziak. Sound design and the soundtrack mix was courtesy of producer Dave McAulay at indie recording studios Chem 19.
On the day of the festival premiere, Janice Forsyth of BBC Radio Scotland’s Culture Studio effused about this tense, exciting, micro-budget feature film on her popular radio show describing Alton Milne as “the young Harvey Keitel”. You’ll also find links to other broadcast interviews from the Scottish Television news.
If you like psychological thrillers that make you think as well as feel – and will stay with you – then watch ‘TimeLock’ when it is released on Distrify at the beginning of July 2013. It’s an innovative Scottish, micro-budget movie that zigs when you think it will zag. Perfect for cinephiles and crime aficionados alike.
TimeLock is the first of five Tartan Noir feature films that we are planning to make over the coming years with the intention of building a Scottish micro-budget film studio. Thanks for your support.