“Nothing gives me more excitement, more thrill, than seeing a message in my inbox from James with ideas and sketches. His score in County Lines revolutionised the film. ” - dir. Henry Blake
Henry Blake's powerful and moving feature 'County Lines' has been given an additional screening at the BFI London Film Festival after selling out tickets to both performances the morning they went on sale.
The film is about a mother and her fourteen year old boy who is groomed into a lethal nationwide drug selling enterprise, a 'County Line', which exploits vulnerable children and traffics them across Britain.
Tickets for the extra screening on Sunday 13 October 2019, 20:30 at Vue West End, (Screen 7) can be purchased through the BFI here.