Distribution: Program Store

World Sales: Empress Road Pictures

K-shop could be a story of triumphant immigration but is ultimately a horror tale full of devastating cynicism. Salah, a young hard-working and promising student, observes the daily work of his father, the owner of a small restaurant in a town in which a great deal of binge-drinking takes place every weekend. When his father is killed by mindless youths out for violence, he abandons his ambitions and turns anyone who crosses his threshold into kebab meat. Don Pringle’s rst full-length movie proves to be an angry work with a social message.

Wednesday, September 21st, 8:00pm at the Star St-Ex

Thursday, September 22nd, 8:00pm at the UGC

Friday, September 23rd, 3:45pm at the Star St-Ex

Feature debut


Country: United Kingdom

Year: 2016

Duration: 2hr

Version: English, with French subtitles

Rating: 12+

Cast & Credits

Director: Dan Pringle

Producers: Adam J. Merrifield

Screenplay: Dan Pringle

Cinematography: Chris Fergusson

Editing: Dan Pringle

Music: Nina Humphreys

Cast: Ewen MacIntosh, Reece Noi, Lucinda Rhodes Thakrar