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|Directed by||Richard Wellings-Thomas|
|Produced by||Emily Corcoran
A Sirokh 
|Written by||Emily Corcoran|
|Starring||Al Ashton, Nicholas Ball, Maria Charles, Emily Corcoran, Isabelle Defaut, Fred Denno, Robert Faith, Jon Gadsby, Paul Gregory, Gillian Hawser, Adam Leese, Rory McGregor, Graham McTavish, Anthony Palmer and Anna Swift.|
|Distributed by||Cork Films|
Sisterhood is a comedy feature film shot in London and Governors Bay, Christchurch, New Zealand and completed in 2008. It premiered in London's West End on 23 October 2008, followed by a theatrical release in the UK. It played in competition at the inaugural The Feel Good Film Festival in Los Angeles between 22–24 August.
The film was directed by Richard Wellings-Thomas, written by Emily Corcoran and produced by Emily Corcoran, Tim Hart and A Sirokh.
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