Stardust

laurels icon Best UK Feature, Best Performance Nominee
  • Opening Night
  • 1h 44m
  • Narrative Feature
  • UK Premiere
  • 2020

This film is available at the following times:

  • Nov 6, 2020 5:30 PM + Live Q&A with Johnny Flynn*

*For more information on the panelists and link to view Q&A, please scroll down

“It’s 1971: a 24 year-old David Bowie embarks on his first trip to America, only to be met with a world not yet ready for him. Revealing the inspirations that gave birth to Bowie’s iconic alter ego Ziggy Stardust, Stardust charts the transformation of one of the world’s greatest icons.”

The Day Britain Stopped earned Gabriel Range a 2003 BAFTA nomination for Best New Director and was optioned by Ridley Scott. Death of a President won TIFF’s Critics Prize and Best Fiction at the 2007 Emmy Awards, and I Am Slave premiered at TIFF 2010 and was nominated for a BAFTA.

Representative

Chloe Tai

chloe@filmconstellation.com

Q&A

With leading actor Johnny Flynn; moderated by Simon Brew (Nov 6, 19:15)

Live Link

Director

Gabriel Range

Executive Producer

Christopher Figg

Executive Producer

Fabien Westerhoff

Executive Producer

Saskia Thomas

Producer

Paul Van Carter

Producer

Nick Taussig

Producer

Matt Code

Writer

Gabriel Range

Director of Photography

Nicholas D. Knowland

Editor

Chris Gill

Production Designer

Aidan Leroux

Language

English