• “ A compelling social realist drama that excels”.Ben Hopkins - Clash Magazine
    • “Paints an accurate picture of London’s illegal immigrants. Outlanders’ authenticity is beyond doubt”.Derek Malcolm - London Evening Standard
    • “Speaks volumes about the iniquitous treatment of illegal foreign workers in Britain”.Trevor Johnston - Sight and Sound
    • “ A thoughtful thriller with a strong social conscience”.Allan Hunter - Daily Express
    • “ Astonishingly good. A moving story. Great acting, superb viewing”.Iain Richardson - Reviewed Online
    WINNER: BEST FILM, INT. JURY PRIZE - CinePobre Int. Film Festival
    WINNER: BEST ACTOR (Jakub Tolak) - Ourense Int. Film Festival


After his father’s death, Adam hitchhikes to London from his hometown in Poland to find his older brother, a former Polish football star, now supplying illegal migrant workers to the booming construction industry in London. To the impressionable young man it seems his brother has everything - wealth, status, women. But Adam soon discovers that beneath the surface glamour lies a dark heart of betrayal, corruption and murder.


BragaCine, Portugal (Winner: Best Film, Best Director), Cine Pobre, Cuba (Winner: Best Film, International Jury Prize),  Ourense Int.FF (Winner: Best Actor - Jakub Tolak), Gdynia Polish FF, Valencia Mostra IFF, Oldenburg IFF, Glasgow FF, El Ojo Cojo FF, Waterford IFF, Los Pueblos IFF, DERHUMALC IFF, Imaginarios Migracian Bolivia


a Sterling Pictures production in association with Storm Entertainment Outlanders Jakub Tolak Przemeslaw Sadowski Alexis Raben Joe Tucker Damon Younger and Shaun Digwall Original Music by Peter Gosling Production Designer Nataasha Van Kampen Editor Agnieszka Liggett Director of Photography Adam Jeppesen  Executive Producers H. Michael Heuser Andrew Jackson Producer Michael Riley Written by Jimmy Gardner and Dominic Lees Directed by Dominic Lees


Duration: 98mins   Int. Sales: Jinga Films  Distrib: Vox, Village Roadshow, FilmMedia, Flashstar, Miracle Comms