Georgie Henley’s newest film “The Sisterhood of Night” confirmed on its Facebook page on January 1 that their movie will premiere in 2013. They later posted a photo with a quote straight from the story, and possibly the script.
“In an atmosphere of furious accusation and hysterical rumor, it may be useful to start at the beginning…”
Filming extra Hannah also mentioned a late 2013 premiere date in her latest Tumblr post. She said the current plan is to premiere “The Sisterhood of Night” at a film festival and then release it “in select theaters.” Hannah also described shooting a pivotal scene in the movie on the last day of filming.
The filming (at least the extras filming) ended a few weeks ago. It was a lot of fun I can’t (probably can’t) tell you about the scenes, but I CAN tell you that the last day filming was EXHAUSTING for me and my fellow extras. It involved LOTS of movement for hours in the freezing cold outdoors. But it was very memorable, and they fed us well and tried to keep us warm in a heated but between takes.
For one shot, where we were outside and we had to run from location a to location b, I left my favorite vintage leather jacket at location a and had to pick it up at the local police station, who found it before I did. I had left my camera in the jacket pocket, and when I finally retrieved it, I found a short video that the policemen had left on my camera.
The movie is expected to come out next year during the colder seasons. So far, they’re not sure if it will be in nationwide theaters. From what I heard, it will probably be in the film festival and then in select theaters. Nothing is set in stone yet, but you guys should come and see it, because the actors are remarkable (cough cough Georgie freaking Henley) and have great personalities, and the movie already received an award for most promising script.