October Films and Brutal Media (This Is Football) and Altitude (Diego Maradona) have announce a new, feature-length documentary, The End of the Storm, from Emmy Award-nominated Director James Erskine (One Night In Turin).
Featuring exceptional access to Liverpool Football Club, The End of the Storm is billed as the “gripping inside story of the club’s 2019/20 Premier League winning season, set against the context of their global fan base waiting for 30 years of disappointment and near misses to come to an end.”
The End of the Storm will be out on digital, DVD & Blu Ray from 30 November and broadcast on Sky Documentaries in 2021.
The film’s original soundtrack will be released by Tap Music and includes a new recording of the classic You’ll Never Walk Alone, sung by global multi-platinum selling, Brit Award winner Lana Del Ray.
The film features access with Jürgen Klopp and club legend Sir Kenny Dalglish, and interviews with first team players including Jordan Henderson, Sadio Mané, Roberto Firmino, Virgil van Dijk and Alisson Becker combined with passionate Liverpool fans from around the world.
James Erskine says: “The End of the Storm is an ambitious, cinematic feature film that tells a story 30 years in the making. This isn’t simply a story about an outstanding sporting achievement. It is also a story about emotion, community and self-belief – in a moment when we need all these things more than ever before.”
Executive Producers Adam Bullmore and Raimon Masllorens add: “We are thrilled to be working with Liverpool Football Club and Altitude on The End of the Storm, which will give generations of Liverpool fans and sports enthusiasts the opportunity to celebrate together by watching the definitive account of one of Liverpool FC’s greatest season in the modern era.”
The End of the Storm is an October Films, Brutal Media and New Black Films co-production. The Director is James Erskine, the Producers are Victoria Gregory and Rachel Ramsay, and the Executive Producers are Adam Bullmore, Raimon Masllorens, and Danny Cohen. The film is being distributed and sold worldwide by Altitude, the distribution company behind acclaimed documentaries such as Amy, Lennox: The Untold Story and Diego Maradona.
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