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BEASTS OF NO NATION was nominated for two SCREEN ACTORS GUILD awards. The film was nominated for OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY CAST and OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE BY A MALE ACTOR IN SUPPORTING ROLE – Idris Elba "Wow I’m just floored and humbled right now. It’s such a huge honor to be recognized by my friends and peers and for two projects that have really been such an important part of my life, Luther and Beasts of No Nation. It goes without saying that my performance is shared with the tremendous actors I work with. Congratulations to Abraham Attah, Kurt Egyiawan and the rest of the amazing cast from BEASTS!"‎ -- Idris Elba Please Leave A Comment-


BEASTS OF NO NATION (A Netflix Original Film) OPENING IN SAN FRANCISCO, BERKELEY, PALO ALTO AND SANTA CRUZ THEATRES ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16TH. ALSO AVAILABLE ON NETFLIX BEGINNING FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16TH. The film is playing in the Mill Valley Film Festival on Thursday, October 15th. From director Cary Joji Fukunaga, and set in West Africa, BEASTS OF NO NATION tells the story of AGU (Abraham Attah), a young villager, whom we meet playing with his older brother, making mischief with his friends at a nearby refugee camp and enjoying dinner with his family. But the happy routines of childhood are shattered when army troops from the capital city arrive to squelch a rebellion against the country’s corrupt regime. His mother and sister escape to a nearby city, but Agu is left behind with his father and brother, and shortly thereafter, he is suddenly on his own. Terrified and alone, Agu escapes to the forest where he’s discovered by a company of young rebels led by the charismatic COMM

Emotional Trailer For BEASTS OF NO NATION Starring Idris Elba

Directed by Cary Fukunaga, Starring Idris Elba, Abraham Attah , and Richard Pepple , BEASTS OF NO NATION is based on Uzodinma Iweala’s novel about Agu, (Abraham Attah) a child soldier fighting in the civil war of an unnamed African country. Available in select theaters and on Netflix October 16th. Watch the trailer after the Jump... Please Leave A Comment-