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New Brit flick Hello Carter had its premiere at the London Film Festival on Saturday night.

The film stars Charlie Cox, Jodie Whittaker, Christian Cooke and Henry Lloyd-Hughes and is written and directed by Anthony Wilcox who’s adapted it from his previous short.

Carter (Cox) has hit rock bottom. In the space of a year he’s become homeless, single and unemployed. Desperate to get his life back on track, he tries to find his elusive ex-girlfriend, Kelly. Cue Carter setting out on a wild goose chase around London, meeting some unlikely accomplices along the way.

Flicks And The City caught up with Charlie, Henry and Anthony on the red carpet. Check out our videos below!

Charlie Cox tells us about making Hello Carter as well as his new vampire flick Dracula Untold:

Henry Lloyd-Hughes chats about how he came on board Hello Carter, why his former co-star Peter Capaldi will make a great Doctor Who, and filming Madame Bovary:

Director Anthony Wilcox tells us about making his feature directing debut and working with Michael Winterbottom:

Jenny Priestley

I'm an entertainment writer and broadcaster with an obvious love of all things film and TV. And a slight obsession with the Lord Of The Rings, The West Wing and Steven Gerrard.

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