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Castle in the Ground
Directed byJoey Klein
Produced by
  • Michael Solomon
  • William Woods
Written byJoey Klein
CinematographyBobby Shore
Edited byJorge Weisz
  • Woods Entertainment
  • Line 2000
  • Band With Pictures
  • Tip-Top Productions
  • Vigilante Productions
  • Ontario Creative
Distributed by
Release date
  • September 5, 2019 (TIFF)
  • May 15, 2020 (Canada)
  • May 15, 2020 (United States)
105 minutes
  • Canada
  • United States

Castle in the Ground is a 2019 Canadian-American drama film, written and directed by Joey Klein. The film explores a teenager's developing opioid addiction after the death of his terminally ill mother. It stars Alex Wolff, Imogen Poots, Tom Cullen, Keir Gilchrist and Neve Campbell.

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It had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 5, 2019. It is scheduled to be released in the United States and Canada on May 15, 2020, by Gravitas Ventures and Pacific Northwest Pictures.


  • Alex Wolff as Henry Fine
  • Imogen Poots as Ana
  • Tom Cullen as Jimmy
  • Keir Gilchrist as Polo Boy
  • Neve Campbell as Rebecca Fine
  • Kiowa Gordon as Stevie
  • Star Slade as Rachel


In March 2019, it was announced Alex Wolff, Imogen Poots, Neve Campbell, Keir Gilchrist and Tom Cullen had joined the cast of the film, with Klein directing.[1][2]


It had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 5, 2019.[3] Shortly after, Gravitas Ventures acquired U.S. distribution rights to the film and set it for a May 15, 2020, release.[4]


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  1. ^N'Duka, Amanda (March 11, 2019). 'Alex Wolff, Imogen Poots To Topline 'Castle in the Ground' Crime Drama From Joey Klein'. Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved July 31, 2019.
  2. ^Vlessing, Etan (March 26, 2019). 'Neve Campbell, Tom Cullen, Keir Gilchrist Join Crime Drama 'Castle in the Ground''. The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved July 31, 2019.
  3. ^Vlessing, Etan (July 31, 2019). 'Toronto: Imogen Poots' 'Castle in the Ground,' Ellen Page Racism Documentary Join Lineup'. The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved July 31, 2019.
  4. ^Billington, Alex (April 23, 2020). 'New Trailer for Opioids Drama 'Castle in the Ground' with Alex Wolff'. First Showing. Retrieved April 25, 2020.

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Castle Communications PLC
IndustryPublishing, distribution
GenreMusical reissues and repertoire
FounderTerry Shand, Cliff Dane, Jon Beecher
ParentAlliance Entertainment(from 1994)
Sanctuary Records Group(from 2000)
DivisionsDojo Ltd.
Raw Power

Castle Communications, also known as Castle Music,[1] was a Britishindependent record label and British home videodistributor founded in 1983 by Terry Shand, Cliff Dane, and Jon Beecher. Its video imprint was called Castle Vision. The label's production ceased in 2007, and its remaining rights are now chiefly vested in BMG Rights Management. Castle also operated a subsidiary label, Essential Records.


Castle Communications was acquired by American music distributor Alliance Entertainment (which at the time owned Concord Records and NCircle Entertainment) in 1994[2] and then by Sanctuary Records Group[3] in 2000. The label was dissolved when Sanctuary became a Universal Music Groupsubsidiary in 2007.[4][5] Since 2013 Sanctuary has been owned by BMG Rights Management, with global distribution handled by Warner Music Group.[6]

Starting out as a mid-price catalogue reissue specialist, with labels including The Collector Series and Dojo, it grew into the largest European owner of repertoire outside the major record companies. It purchased catalogues including Pye, Piccadilly, Bradley's, Bronze, Black Sabbath, Sugar Hill,[7]Transatlantic, Beserkley, All Platinum and Solar. They possessed most of the Transatlantic and Trailer catalogue.

Starting in the early 1980s, they released compilations and reissued work by Fairport Convention, John Renbourn, Barbara Dickson, Steeleye Span, the Watersons, Richard Thompson, Geoff Turton and many others. They also diversified to reissue several early albums by the Fall as well as 'Pink Years' and 'Blue Years' albums by Tangerine Dream, and compilations by Nurse with Wound and Current 93. They have also released a comprehensive compilation featuring songs by Canadian rock band, Triumph.

In the 1980s they were notable for releasing many heavy metal compilations albums under the series name Metal Killers. Interest in these licensed releases led them to form their own heavy metal imprint Raw Power, to sign and promote new rock acts, rather than to just license older product from other more established labels. The first signing to the Raw Power label was the NWOBHM act Hell's Belles, releasing their debut album and single in 1985. After several years, the Raw Power imprint was retired with the decline of heavy metal in the UK.

Castle Vision/Home Video[edit]

Castle Vision was Castle Communications' home video distributor arm. It released many videotapes, including TUGS, The Raggy Dolls, Tumbledown Farm, Alvin and the Chipmunks, You've Been Framed!, the Men of our Time series (documentaries about Hitler, Lenin, Gandhi and Kennedy), a documentary called Falklands War: The Untold Story, The Fugitive, Harry's Game as well as movies Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure and Phantom of the Opera which were distributed via CBS/Fox Video


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  1. ^'Castle Music Label Releases'. Discogs. Retrieved 4 February 2019.
  2. ^'Castle Communication PLC'. PLC Magazine. 1 September 1994. Retrieved 3 July 2011.
  3. ^Masson, Gordon; Ed Christman (8 April 2000). 'U.k.'s Sanctuary Buys Castle Music'. Dun & Bradstreet. Retrieved 15 June 2011.
  4. ^Sweney, Mark (21 September 2012). 'Universal's £1.2bn EMI takeover approved – with conditions'. The Guardian. London.
  5. ^Chmielewski, Dawn C. (14 February 2013). 'Universal Music agrees to sell Sanctuary Records'. Los Angeles Times.
  6. ^Ed Christman (28 April 2016). 'Warner Music's Global Deal for BMG's Catalog Sets Up Showdown With RED'. Billboard.

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