the UK-Ireland box office preview looks to light the flame in cinemas.

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The American six-part television documentary series which premiered on February 21 st , 2021 on BET, starred some of the most popular actors in Hollywood, Stephen
Graham as Andy Jones, Vinette Robinson as Carly, Jones’s second in command and Jason Flemyng as Alastair Skye.
The film stars Stephen Graham as the head chef Andy Jones who deals with his personal and professional crisis on one of the busiest nights of the year for his
restaurant. Boiling Point received a total of eleven nominations at the 2021 British
Independent Film Awards, winning four out of the eleven nominations:
 Best supporting actress for Vinette Robinson as Graham’s second-in-
command, and for,
 Best casting for Carolyn Mcleod, and also for,
 Best cinematography for Matthew Lewis plus,
 Best sound for James Drake.
The show was adapted from Barantini’s 2019 short, named Boiling Point, which also starred Graham and was Bifa-nominated.
The release of the film however, was delayed by the distributor Vertigo, as the“buzz” around the film increased; it will hope that the Bifa recognition will spur the film towards similar acclaim at the Baftas, with the nominations announced on February 3.

Boiling Point is a second feature for Liverpudlian director Barantini, and after the 2020 crime drama Villain, with both titles produced by Bart Ruspoli’s Ascendent
Films (Hester Ruoff is also a producer on Boiling Point) Amazingly, there was only going to be 8 attempts at filming, twice for four days in March 2020, just as Covid -19 pandemic was escalating in the UK.
However after the first day, Stephen Graham who played the head chef and the producers, decided it was too dangerous to go forward and not to have a bunch of people all together. So filming was cut short, resulting in only four takes – the third of which was used for the film.

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