South West 9
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|South West 9|
DVD cover art
|Directed by||Richard Parry|
|Produced by||Allan Niblo|
|Edited by||Christine Pancott|
South West 9 takes place in the 24 hours before a shooting at a Brixton rave. It combines themes of drugs, race, class, religion, and music in the multicultural melting pot that is South London.
- Wil Johnson as Freddy
- Stuart Laing as Jake
- Mark Letheren as Mitch
- Amelia Curtis as Kat
- Orlessa Edwards as Helen
- Nicola Stapleton as Sal
- Frank Harper as Douser
- Zebida Gardener-Sharper as Rafaela
- Jenny Jules as Angel
- Kika Mirylees as Annie
- Jay Simpson as Elf
- Stephen Lord as Fazer
- Leon Herbert as Isi
- Robbie Gee as Jel
- Ellen Thomas as Mrs. Ashware
Awards and nominations
- 2001: Won "Best Music" category, British Independent Film Awards and was nominated in five other categories, including "Best British independent film" and "Douglas Hickox" for Parry's directing.
- 2001: Won "Best New European director" at Odense International Film Festival, Odense, Denmark
- 2002: Nominated for "Carl Foreman Award for Special Achievement by a British Director, Writer or Producer in their First Feature Film in 2002", BAFTA
- "Irish Screen raves with Human Traffic team". Screen Daily. 2000-05-10. Retrieved 2014-08-09.
- Michael Thomson, "South West Nine (2001)". BBC, 25 September 2001. Accessed 23 October 2017
- Rayner, Jay (30 September 2001). "Southern exposure". The Observer . London. Retrieved 23 October 2017.
- "Film | Carl Foreman Award for Special Achievement by a British Director, Writer or Producer in their First Feature Film in 2002". British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Accessed 23 October 2017
- "South West 9 (2001)". British Independent Film Awards. Accessed 23 October 2017