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An action-thriller feature film

"Roller Squad" is an action-thriller feature film, with a touch of British humour.

Shot in London in 2020 with a low budget, "Roller Squad" is a project driven by passion.

The production was made more complicated by the covid situation, but the empty streets gave us a great playground for the roller skating scenes.

Stay tune, more news coming up at the end of April 2021!

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The cast is a mix of:

- professional actors (Alice Sanders, Amy Newton, Benjamin McMahon, David WaymanElizabeth McNally, Julian London, Alexander Nicolaou, Natasha Moore, Jumaane Brown, and Morgan Sebode

- and talented skaters (Tibor Babic, Germán Moreno, Pierre Esparsa, Aurora Garosi , Enzo Elias, Yineska Sánchez, Mark MacFarlane, Víctor Blasco Ávila, Alice Lean, Alex Juravlea, Adrian Pelayo, and Fernando Camarillo Segura).

"Roller Squad" was written and directed by Berty Cadilhac, and co-produced by Clare Cahill,

The director of Photography was Bruce Melhuish.

Lead Cast

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Alice Newton

 

Alice has recently appeared in “How To Talk To Girls At Parties” opposite Nicole Kidman and Elle Fanning, and as a lead role in features, “Trendy” and “Granada Nights”. Other work includes the BBC’s “The Musketeers”, “Lightfields” and “Law and Order UK” for ITV, “Playhouse Presents” for Sky, as well as plays at the Donmar Warehouse and Kiln Theatre.

Alice has recently graduated with a Philosophy degree from University College London.

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Amy Newton

Amy Newton has played on stage in productions such as “Love’s Labour’s Won”, and National Theatre “Death of England Workshop”.

She recently played the role of DC Poole in the sci-fi feature “Seat 25”, the role of Amanda in the TV Series “Silent Eye”, and was Avon in the Channel 4 production “Heresy of Champna”.

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Benjamin McMahon

Benjamin McMahon studied acting at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA) in London.

He has performed in theatres all across the UK, including London's West End.

He recently starred in Mischief Theatre's award- winning comedy “The Play That Goes Wrong”, where he was an audience favourite as the bumbling butler Perkins.

David Wayman

David’s experience in theatre includes the title role in “A Picture of Dorian Gray”, he was Benedick in Shakespeare's “Much Ado About Nothing” and Captain Phoebus in “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”.
He played lead roles in feature films such as “Art Ache”, “Demon Baby” (eOne), “Infected”, as well as “Tango One” (Universal Pictures).

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Writer Director

"Roller Squad" is produced by a small production company, Sea Urchin Films.

We are fully independent, this film is not linked to any brand or government funding.

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An action-thriller feature film

"Roller Squad" is an action-thriller feature film, with a touch of British humour.

Shot in London in 2020 with a low budget, "Roller Squad" is a project driven by passion.

The production was made more complicated by the covid situation, but the empty streets gave us a great playground for the roller skating scenes.

"Roller Squad" was released in July 2021 on multiple platforms (watch here)

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The cast is a mix of:

- professional actors (Alice Sanders, Amy Newton, Benjamin McMahon, David WaymanElizabeth McNally, Julian London, Alexander Nicolaou, Natasha Moore, Jumaane Brown, and Morgan Sebode

- and talented skaters (Tibor Babic, Germán Moreno, Pierre Esparsa, Aurora Garosi , Enzo Elias, Yineska Sánchez, Mark MacFarlane, Víctor Blasco Ávila, Alice Lean, Alex Juravlea, Adrian Pelayo, and Fernando Camarillo Segura).

"Roller Squad" was written and directed by Berty Cadilhac, and co-produced by Clare Cahill,

The director of Photography was Bruce Melhuish.

Lead Cast

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Alice Newton

 

Alice has recently appeared in “How To Talk To Girls At Parties” opposite Nicole Kidman and Elle Fanning, and as a lead role in features, “Trendy” and “Granada Nights”. Other work includes the BBC’s “The Musketeers”, “Lightfields” and “Law and Order UK” for ITV, “Playhouse Presents” for Sky, as well as plays at the Donmar Warehouse and Kiln Theatre.

Alice has recently graduated with a Philosophy degree from University College London.

Amy Newton

After graduating from ALRA, Amy Newton has played on stage in productions such as “Cake and Congo” at Theatre503, “The Revolutionists” at Broadway Theatre Barking, and “One of Those” at Tristan Bates Theatre.


Amy played in “The Bill” for ITV1, and “Britain's Bravest” (Channel 5), and was Avon in the Channel 4 production “Heresy of Champna”.

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Benjamin McMahon

Benjamin McMahon studied acting at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA) in London.

He has performed in theatres all across the UK, including London's West End.

He recently starred in Mischief Theatre's award- winning comedy “The Play That Goes Wrong”, where he was an audience favourite as the bumbling butler Perkins.

David Wayman

David’s experience in theatre includes the title role in “A Picture of Dorian Gray”, he was Benedick in Shakespeare's “Much Ado About Nothing” and Captain Phoebus in “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”.
He played lead roles in feature films such as “Art Ache”, “Demon Baby” (eOne), “Infected”, as well as “Tango One” (Universal Pictures).

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Writer Director

Berty Cadilhac

Berty is a French and British film writer-director. He was born in Paris, and has been living in London for the last ten years.


He created his first feature in 2015, “Art Ache”, a romantic comedy about a shy British accountant who tries to seduce a French artist.


Berty then wrote and directed a play in French, “Cuisine Diplomatique”. This political satire was performed on stage 130 times, and won the “best comedy writing” award at the “Festival d’Avignon”. The text is published at the “Arts & Comedies” editions.

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Production

"Roller Squad" is produced by an independent production company

based in London, Sea Urchin Films.