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NEXT SCREENING: NORTHAMPTON FILM FESTIVAL (Read More)

We are pleased to announce that ALL ROADS LEAD TO HOME will be closing the Northampton Film Festival with a screening on SATURDAY MARCH 16th at 4pm.

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ALL ROADS LEAD TO FISHEYE FILM FESTIVAL (Read More)

We’ve been selected as one of the screened feature films at the FISHEYE FILM FESTIVAL in April. The festival is in the High Wycombe area near to Pinewood Studios and we are very excited to be part of this festival. Details to follow once we have them.

ALL ROADS LEAD TO A WIN AT BIRMINGHAM FILM FESTIVAL (Read More)

A fantastic week at the Birmingham Film Festival was capped with the film winning the AUDIENCE VOTE FOR BEST FILM at the Awards Gala at Birmingham’s ICC.

Thank you to everyone who voted for us!

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Director Darren Scott accepting the award at the Birmingham Film Festival

The Story

Amy is going nowhere fast. Unmotivated by a dead-end job and sidelined at home by a work-focussed boyfriend, her only solace is writing songs. A series of events connects her with Matt – a singer/songwriter – and together they embark on a journey of healing, soul-searching and friendship. Where will it lead them?

Based on true events, this is a musical odyssey – a love letter to eighties music.

Packed with original songs, stand-out performances, and a heart-warming and funny script, this is the feel good film of the year.

Director’s Statement

ALL ROADS LEAD TO HOME was originally an account of my first music tour back in 1989, but after realising the original script resembled an Inbetweeners adventure, I wondered if it was possible to reframe the events as a ‘buddy movie’.

As a new approach, I decided the road-trip should be undertaken by a girl and boy – one where the love was focussed on the music and not romance. The dynamics of being in a band are not too dissimilar from being around siblings, so this was the direction of the new script.

Imogen Archer (AMY) and Frederick Szkoda (MATT) clicked right from the start, and with COVID-19 postponing production for a year, they started rehearsing on their own over zoom – developing a genuine friendship that absolutely sparkles on screen.

People who’ve seen this film remark that the friendship theme throughout the film makes this film feel very zeitgeist. We have all realised over the past few years that a togetherness can overcome adversity. This wasn’t the driving idea, but it’s pleasing that audiences have connected with the film in this way.

The ‘HOME’ in the title is not a literal one – rather it is the place you feel most comfortable. I hope this film inspires you to go on a journey to find yours.