Cerberus Investigations

Cerberus Investigations
Corporate and Intellectual Property Investigators

Monday, 26 April 2010

Erasing David on More4 - 4th May

Cerberus is pleased to announce that the waiting is over...Erasing David will be shown on the small screen on Tuesday 4th May on More4 at 10pm.

This follows the UK cinema release on 29th April this Thursday. We hope to see you there if you got tickets for the Brixton event - it has now SOLD OUT!!

We recommend trying to get to a Picturehouse cinema to see the documentary in full, but it will be a no less thrilling experience!

Wednesday, 21 April 2010

More Erasing David in the News!!

Yesterday was a great day of exposure for Erasing David with TWO appearances on the BBC.

The first was on BBC Breakfast with Sian Williams describing Cerberus as 'the world's top private investigators'. Unfortunately, as news coverage, the interview with David Bond, the director behind Erasing David does not appear on the BBC Iplayer. In the coming days it may appear on the BBC Breakfast website. However, the trailer of the film which was shown on air can be found on our website here.

The second was a BBC Radio 5 Live interview with Cameron Gowlett (Director of Cerberus) and David Bond discussing the film and the issues of data privacy and the loss of it in the UK. It was another great opportunity to hear more about the background of the film and the ways in which Cerberus worked during the making of Erasing David. To listen to the interview (on the BBC Iplayer) with Victoria Derbyshire click here and scan to 1 hour and 13 mins into the show.

Stay tuned for more updates on Erasing David and Cerberus! We're all looking forward to the cinema release next week.

Monday, 19 April 2010

New Erasing David Artwork released!

To coincide with the cinematic release of Erasing David, we are pleased to reveal some new artwork for the film. Take a look below and look out for the posters at PictureHouse cinemas.

Check out the Cerberus website here for more information on where to get tickets for the film. Be warned they are selling out fast!

Cerberus and Erasing David in the News (Times Online!)

On Saturday 17th April, Erasing David, Cameron Gowlett and Duncan Mee from Cerberus were featured in an article for The Times!

The article was called "Can you disappear in surveillance Britain?" by Jean-Paul Flintoff and can be viewed in full here.

It gives a deeper insight into the film Erasing David which gets it's cinema release next week on the 29th April. You can find out where to buy tickets and view the trailer on the Cerberus website here.

Just to whet your Erasing David appetites take a look below:

"Bond spent a long time finding the right detectives for his project, talking to countless retired coppers before he found Duncan Mee and Cameron Gowlett of Cerberus. Ordinarily, they work as investigators for major companies and law firms, scrupulously following the letter of the law as they trail organised gangs, often in unstable parts of the world. (If they broke the law, courts would throw out their findings.) The work requires them to penetrate layer upon layer of shell companies and false identities. How hard could it be to find Bond? After all, they’re often asked to find people who might be beneficiaries of a will, and that rarely takes more than a few hours.

After Bond phoned them, the arrangements were finalised by his friend and business partner, Ashley Jones – producer of the film. All the detectives were given was a photo, and the name, David Bond."

We're all looking forward to the cinema release and will keep you updated on any more news!!

Tuesday, 6 April 2010

Erasing David Tickets on Sale!!

We are pleased to announce that tickets for the UK cinema release of ERASING DAVID are now on sale.

The London premiere on the 29th April is at the Brixton Ritzy and will be followed by a live Q&A discussion with Will Self, David Davis, Shami Chakrabarti and Michael Nyman. The debate will be filmed and beamed live to all the other cinemas around the country, so you can join in wherever you are.

Please visit here for the booking page.

For more details of the film, check out the trailer on our website.

Tickets cost £9 for the screening and Q&A event and are limited so book early to avoid disappointment!

For more information about this event, leave a comment and we'll get back to you.