‘We Still Believe in Love’: Premiere!

83098480_10157404381132616_2795614884643995648_nWe made a film in lockdown with Out From Under… and it’s released tonight on United We Stream (straight after a DJ Battle between the Mayor of Greater Manchester and the Mayor of Liverpool City-Region(!)) and will be available online straight afterwards with a bunch of other commissioned art.

We’re massively proud of this short and hope that you enjoy it too… a record of this period of human history… in Manchester!

‘Reverse Darwinism’: Now available to buy or stream

reverse darwinism poster JANUARY 2020.jpgWe’re over the moon to say that the ‘delightfully absurd’ Reverse Darwinism is now available to buy or stream.

We’re so proud of this film which has won several awards around the world and still makes us laugh… we hope that it makes you guffaw as well, as you watch it on your phone, tablet, computer, or tv.

It is available on Amazon Prime (if you’re a Prime customer you can watch for free – we’ve listed links to country specific sites on the film page!) but we hope that our distributor will find more ways to bring the short to you wherever you happen to be in the world… If you do watch, feel free to leave a review!

Don’t forget that you can also stream Ecce Homo and It Wouldn’t Change Me and Excursion to the Mountains as well!

 

‘Reverse Darwinism’: Lift Off Sessions

SESSJ20204 Poster.PNGReverse Darwinism roars into the 2020’s with an official selection in an online film festival!

The Lift Off Sessions is an online film festival run by the Lift Off Global network, where, for the price of admission to a ‘physical’ festival, you get access to a festival which is screening an avalanche of short and mid-length films which you get to watch in the order that you like, wherever you like.

The winners of the festival go through to screen at the legendary Pinewood Studios!

…And this is where you come in – from now until Jan 19th you can rent the entire festival on Vimeo and then follow the instructions in the introductory video there to vote for your favourite two films (we’re obviously hoping that Reverse Darwinism will be one of them) and thats it!

You can find the festival here – Reverse Darwinism is film number 11

Oh, and Happy New Year!

…fin de la décennie…

Not quite fin de siècle but near enough.

We’ve made it… almost.
We made it through another revolve around the sun.

2019 has been yet another great year for us here with further screenings for Excursion to the Mountains around the world and it being distributed digitally. Reverse Darwinism gaining some of the best reviews we’ve had, a clutch of awards and nominations, and it to finding its way around the world – don’t be surprised to see that one pick up some form of distribution in the coming months!

So as we look forward – we see some lovely projects on the horizon, one is in the mix now and is directed by a new, young exciting talent, there’s a smaller musically inclined project which also might see the light of day in 2020 and a larger project which, if we pull it off will be immense… but as ever, we can’t tell you anything!

Oh, and our films of the year, in no particular order:

Us – Jordan Peele
Bait – Mark Jenkin
Sorry We Missed You – Ken Loach
The Souvenir – Joanna Hogg
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker – JJ Abrams
The Irishman – Martin Scorsese
Joker – Todd Phillips
Marriage Story – Noah Baumbach
Little Women – Greta Gerwig
The Favourite – Yorgos Lanthimos
Harriet – Kasi Lemmons

Thank you for stopping by, thanks for watching the films at festivals or streaming them or both, thanks for reviewing them, programming them and critiquing them – it feels very much that in the UK we’re going to have to re-find our sense of community and spread that bruderschaft far and wide.

‘Excursion to the Mountains’: Now available to buy or stream

AUGUST 2018 posterThe multi award winning, and well travelled ‘Excursion to the Mountains’ is now available to buy or stream.

We’re so pleased that we are able to share this film with you… if you have the pleasure of seeing it at the many festivals it graced or not, you can now watch on your phone, tablet, computer or tv.

At present it is available on the Amazon sites based in the UK, Germany and USA (if you’re a Prime customer you can watch for free!) but we hope that our distributor will find more ways to bring the short to you wherever you happen to be in the world… If you do watch, feel free to leave a review!

Don’t forget that you can also stream Ecce Homo and It Wouldn’t Change Me as well!

 

*and contrary to the directorial credit on the amazon pages the film was directed by Dermot Daly and Ivan Mack