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Teaser for Grant Gee’s The Gold Machine released

Watch the teaser here

THE GOLD MACHINE, Gee’s  third film in a trilogy of films exploring the interplay between film, literature and landscape, with writer Iain Sinclair and fictional narrator Norton, on a non fiction journey to Peru.  The teaser is scored by Galya Bisengalieva and the film is scored by Leyland Kirby aka The Caretaker.


The Netherlands Film Fund support Grant Gee’s The Gold Machine

Producer Janine Marmot of Hot Property Films has partnered with Dutch co producer Katja Draaijer of Baldr Film on The Gold Machine.  The Netherlands Film Fund have added their support to the project alongside the BFI Doc Society Fund.  (more…)

Michael Whyte’s PRIEST released in the UK

Now available on Amazon  buy the DVD here

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PRIEST, from filmmaker Michael Whyte, (No Greater Love), follows Father Paul Grogan as he tends to his parish aware of the need to re establish trust in the Catholic clergy. From Baptism to Last Rites, from the beginning of lent to Easter Sunday, this deeply moving and compelling film gives a unique insight into the daily work of a Parish priest.

Ella Glendining selected as Screen Star of Tomorrow

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Ella Glendining is directing the feature documentary IS ANYBODY OUT THERE? produced by Janine Marmot with support from the BFI Doc Society Fund

Ella Glendining’s IS THERE ANYBODY OUT THERE selected for IDFA Forum in Amsterdam


Faber publishes Orhan Pamuk’s The Innocence of Memories

The Innocence of Memories is an important addition to the oeuvre of Nobel Prize-winning author Orhan Pamuk. Comprised of the screenplay of the acclaimed film by Grant Gee from 2015 (by the same name), a transcript of the author and filmmaker in conversation, and captivating colour stills, it is an essential volume for understanding Pamuk’s work. Buy the book here

BFI Doc Society awards Ella Glendining’s IS ANYBODY OUT THERE development support

A young woman with a rare disability searches for others with the same condition, when her journey takes an unexpected turn.

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Simon Pummell helmer FIGHT, adapted from William Gibson story is awarded Creative Europe grant

Simon Pummell and Margot Knijn’s adaptation of sci fi boxing film FIGHT is awarded development grant from Creative Europe


Hot Property and Quiddity Films acquire film rights to Marie Darrieussecq’s WHITE

Producers Janine Marmot and Emily Morgan (I AM NOT A WITCH) team up to produce Emily Young’s adaptation of the novel WHITE, a love story and ghost story set in the Antarctic.

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