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Green Room

Fortnight 2015, Feature film, 1h34


A young punk rock band find themselves trapped in a secluded venue after stumbling upon a horrific act of violence, fighting for their lives against a gang of white power skinheads intent on eliminating all witnesses.


Jeremy Saulnier

Jeremy is a director and cinematographer based in Brooklyn, NY. His second feature Blue Ruin was part of the 2013 Directors’ Fortnight selection, and won FIPRESCI prize the same year. He directed and photographed the award-winning short Crabwalk and the cult horror-comedy Murder Party (Magnolia Pictures). Notable cinematography credits include Septien (Sundance, Rotterdam 2010), and Matthew Porterfield’s Hamilton, Putty Hill and I Used to Be Darker (Sundance, Berlin 2013).

Alia Shawkat
Anton Yelchin
Callum Turner
Imogen Poots
Joe Cole
Patrick Stewart

Jeremy Saulnier

Sean Porter

Paul Maritsas

Julia Bloch

Brooke Blair, Will Blair

Set decoration
Ryan Warren Smith

Production :
Broad Green Pictures
Hollywood Center Studios
1040 North Las Palmas Avenue
CA 90038 Los Angeles – États-Unis
T : +1 323 860 2470

Coproduction :
Filmscience (États-Unis)

Ventes / Foreign sales :
Westend Films
5-7 Hillgate Street
W8 7SP London – UK
T : +44 7577 196587

Presse nationale / National press :
Vanessa Jerrom
T : +33 6 14 83 88 82
Assistée de / Assisted by
Claire Vorger
T : +33 6 20 10 40 56

Presse internationale / International press :
Wolf Consultants
Gordon Spragg, Laurin Dietrich, Michael Arnon
T : +49 157 7474 9724
C : +33 7 60 21 57 76 (pendant Cannes / during Cannes)

US Press
Broad Green Pictures
Adam Keen

Press release

“Un thriller brutal et jouissif” /// Toute la culture

“An exciting, splattery, funny genre movie” /// IndieWire

“Saulnier is one of the most exciting genre directors around” /// Twitch

“Jérémy Saulnier ne s’est pas calmé” /// onlike

“Saulnier certainly has the chops, flaunting a taut, cheeky assurance” /// Screen

“L’excellent Green Room” /// Ecran Noir

“Hyperviolent et fascinant… ” /// Culture Box

“Un film tendu, violent” /// Independencia

“La crudité du film d’horreur et la délicatesse du teen movie” /// Télérama

“Un thriller ébouriffant” /// Les Inrocks