The Nine Lives Of Tomas Katz
The last day of creation. A stranger arrives in London. No one knows who he is or where he has come from. By the time he leaves, the entire universe will have been erased...
In his avant-garde comedy about the Apocalypse, Ben Hopkins draws on a range of references and influences including Monty Python, Derek Jarman and German expressionism to present a unique brand of left-field humour, spiritual beauty and spectral horror.
The 89 minute black and white feature film, co-written and directed by Ben and produced by Caroline Hewitt for Geiβendörfer Films/G2, was the winner of Evening Standard Best Newcomer Award, winner of Best Director at the Fantasporto Festival, winner of Special Jury Prize at the International Science Fiction Festival, Nantes, and received an Honourable Mention at the Edinburgh Film Festival.