• Martyn Wakefield

SETTLERS arrives Friday 30th July for UK and Ireland audiences (NEWS)

Wyatt Rockefeller’s stunning, critically-acclaimed debut SETTLERS is being released on digital platforms in the UK and Ireland next Friday 30th July.



A QUIET PLACE meets THE MARTIAN in this dazzling sci-fi thriller that Variety describes as a “sleek, promising sci-fi mood piece” - the story of a family who have made their home in a barren wilderness on Mars, only to have it torn apart when a dangerous stranger intrudes into their compound.


The fantastic cast, who give “stellar performances” (The Hollywood News) includes Sofia Boutella and Jonny Lee Miller as the heads of the struggling family. Nell Tiger Free , Ismael Cruz Cordova, and award-winner Brooklynn Prince, the talented star of THE FLORIDA PROJECT, also star.


Set to a superb score by acclaimed musician Nitin Sawhney (MOWGLI), SETTLERS is a visually striking, wildly original and pulse-quickening tale of survival and redemption. It explores pertinent issues such as immigration and isolation, and delivers a stunning vision of what life might be like on Mars…


So don’t get left behind on Earth, and make sure you watch SETTLERS from next Friday.



Synopsis: Following an ecological disaster on Earth, a family eke out an existence on a desolate Martian homestead. Reza (Jonny Lee Miller) and his wife Ilsa (Sofia Boutella), do their best to protect nine-year-old daughter Remmy (Brooklynn Prince) from the dangers of the surrounding landscape. But when hostile outsiders appear in the nearby hills, Remmy becomes aware of the disturbing reality of her situation, that her parents have shielded her from all this time. She is taken hostage by the outsider, Jerry (Ismael Cruz Córdova), and as time goes by, the probability of escape for Remmy (now played by Nell Tiger Free) grows increasingly remote, while Jerry’s intentions grow more and more sinister.


SETTLERS will be available to watch from 30th July in the UK and Ireland on iTunes,

Amazon, Sky Store, Virgin, Google/YouTube, Microsoft

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