1. What category of British film is it and why?
Chatroom is a category B British film because it has an almost entirely British cast and crew, with the exception of the Japanese director, Hideo Nakata, and the Japanese composer, Kenji Kawai.
2) Find and analyse and explain how the film was marketed in terms of trailers, posters, billboards, media interviews. When were they released and how?
Edit: THERE IS ALSO A TWITTER, I LIED TO YOU BEFORE. @ChatroomMovie
3) How many cinemas was the film shown in in the UK? How many screenings were there? How long was it shown for?
Chatroom was shown in a broad range of cinema chains, such as Cineworld and Odeon. There is no place which states exactly how many cinemas it was shown in, but it was shown across those two chains. From what I remember when it came out, it was only on like one or two screens, and it wasn't on very long. It was also shown at Cannes on the 12th May, 2010, but was not received very well.