Black Pond is the debut, low budget, independent feature by young British directors Tom Kingsley and Will Sharpe. The film was nominated for the 2012 BAFTA Outstanding British Debut Award. The film stars Chris Langham in his first acting role since being convicted of child pornography charges. The film is reported as having cost £25,000 to make.
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Tom Kingsley |
|Produced by||Sarah Brocklehurst|
|Screenplay by||Will Sharpe|
|Music by||Ralegh Long |
|Edited by||Tom Kingsley |
|Box office||approximately £30000|
It is a black comedy about a family who are accused of murder when a stranger comes to dinner.
Screen International reported that "The film premiered at the Raindance Film Festival, going on to be nominated for the Raindance award at the BIFAs and two Evening Standard Awards for Best Debut and Best Comedy."The Guardian reported that the film had also been shortlisted for the Guardian First Film Award. 
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- Pulver, Andrew (10 January 2012). "Guardian First Film Award 2012 shortlist". The Guardian. London. Retrieved 27 January 2012.