Submarine + Q&A 15
From the archive
This film was last shown on 6 November 2012
This is the debut feature from director Richard Ayoade, aka the uber geek from The IT Crowd. 15 year old Oliver Tate has two objectives in his life; to lure his eczema riddled girlfriend into bed, and to stop his mother from leaving his father for her dance teacher. Trouble ensues.
Adapted from Joe Dunthorne's novel with a soundtrack by Arctic Monkey Alex Turner.
“A perfect blend of cool, quirky comedy and warm-hearted drama, crafted with such poise that it should see the transcendence of Ayoade from TV nerd-comic to true big-screen talent.”
Writer Joe Dunthorne and Producer Ally Gipps join us for a Q&A to talk about the process of adapting the novel for the big screen. Submarine was Warp Film’s first adaptation.
- Richard Ayoade
- 97 mins
- Craig Roberts, Noah Tyler, Paddy Considine, Sally Hawkins
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