Angus has produced 5 theatrically released feature films:
Stella Does Tricks, Directed by Coky Giedroyc and starring Kelly McDonald for BFI.
Late Night Shopping, Directed by Saul Metzstein, for Film4, which was nominated for a BAFTA and won 3 BAFTA Scotland awards. Kate Ashfield won Best Actress BIFA for the film.
Donkey Punch, Directed by Olly Blackburn, for Film4 and Optimum Releasing.
He originated and Produced, with Robin Gutch, the 3 times BAFTA nominated feature film ’71, directed by Yann Demange and starring Jack O’Connell which was released in the UK by Studiocanal in October 2014. The film was nominated for 9 BIFAs (British Independent Film Awards) winning for Best Director. The film won Best Screenplay at BAFTA Scotland awards. The film was in official selection at numerous major film festivals, including its’ World Premiere in Competition at the Berlinale 2014, followed by selection for Telluride, New York, Toronto, Sundance, Zurich and Sitges among many others. The Film won the Golden Athena for Best Film at Athens Film Festival and the Audience Award at Dinard. David Holmes won the Ivor Novello award for best soundtrack. The Director was nominated in the European Discovery section of the European Film Awards. The film was sold by Protagonist to all major territories around the world and was released theatrically in the US by Roadside Attractions.
The Girl With All the Gifts, for BFI, Directed by Colm McCarthy, starring Glenn Close, Gemma Arterton and Paddy Considine was released theatrically in the UK in September 2016 by Warner Brothers. World premiere at Locarno Film Festival August 2016, North American premiere at Toronto Film Festival September 2016. The film has been sold by Altitude to all major territories in the world including to Saban for the USA.
Angus Lamont developed and Exec Produced the TV mini series The Planman for ITV starring Robbie Coltrane. The series was sold internationally by Carlton International.
He has produced over 20 short films including early work by Directors such as Asif Kapadia (Amy), David McKenzie (Starred Up), Damien O’Donnell (East is East) and Jim Gillespie (I Know What You Did Last Summer)
Angus Lamont is appearing at the following sessions:
Pitched as “Apocalypto in Belfast”, ’71 is an edgy, intense, character driven and remarkably authentic story. Join Writer Gregory Burke and Producer Angus Lamont as they provide a live chat track through the making of this extraordinary film.