‘It Wouldn’t Change Me’: Now available to buy or stream

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‘It Wouldn’t Change Me’ is now available to buy or stream.

We’re really pleased to be able to share this special film with you all – again, if you saw it at a festival, or for the first time if you didn’t have the pleasure.

At present it is only available on Amazon in the UK and USA (if you’re a Prime customer you can watch for free!) but there are will be more ways in which to interact with the short coming soon and we’ll keep you uptodate… If you do watch, feel free to leave a review!

‘It Wouldn’t Change Me’: Fiffen – update

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We have more news!

It Wouldn’t Change Me‘ will screen as part of Fiffen at the Flora folkebibliotek next Wednesday, January 31st.

If you happen to be nearby please do pop along.

More info can be found here.

(If you’re not near and in the UK or USA we will have some exciting screening news later in the week…)

Vi har flere nyheter!

It Wouldn’t Change Me” vil bli vist som en del av FiffenFlora folkebibliotek neste onsdag 31. januar.

Hvis du tilfeldigvis er i nærheten, vennligst gjør pop sammen.

Mer info finner du her.

(Hvis du ikke er i nærheten og i Storbritannia eller USA, vil vi ha noen spennende screening nyheter senere i uken …)

‘Excursion to the Mountains’: Review #2

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We’ve received another review of our little short from BRWC and Indie Mac User reviewer Ben Gummery

We cannot wait until it plays at a film festival near you…

Choice quotes include:

“an interesting exploration into the fleeting nature of our memories and relationships”

“It is beautifully shot, acted and preserves a wonderful sense of melancholy throughout.”

“dramatic and emotional” 

Read it in full here.

‘Excursion to the Mountains’: Review

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Having trailed ‘Excursion to the Mountains’ just last week, today we have immense pride in relaying the first review of our yet-to-premiere short. Indianapolis based Richard Propes of The Independent Critic

Choice quotes include:

“quietly weaves its energy”

“poignantly presented”

“[a] softly powerful […] film”

Golding is a lovely presence here”

“all of the senses […] are […] captured effectively”

“this is easily a film that should find a home on the indie fest circuit”

Read it in full here.