Sisterhood (film)

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Directed by Richard Wellings-Thomas
Produced by Emily Corcoran
Tim Hart
A Sirokh [1]
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
Release date
  • 17 October 2008 (2008-10-17)
Running time
90 minutes
Country United Kingdom
New Zealand
Language English

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 cast includes Nicholas Ball, Maria Charles, Rory McGregor, Graham McTavish, Isabelle Defaut, Emily Corcoran, Robert Faith and Jon Gadsby.

The film was directed by Richard Wellings-Thomas, written by Emily Corcoran and produced by Emily Corcoran, Tim Hart and A Sirokh.[2]


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