Wednesday, 24 March 2010

Friday, 19 March 2010

Cleveland International Film Festival



Down Terrace screens at the Cleveland International Film Festival, March 20th & 21st. Details and tickets here.

Monday, 15 March 2010

Belfast Film Festival



Down Terrace will screen at the 10th Belfast International Film Festival on April 19th. Details here.

Monday, 1 March 2010

New Directors / New Films



We're extremely chuffed to announce that Down Terrace has been chosen for this year's New Directors/New Films screenings held in New York at the end of March.

Each year, New Directors/New Films, a co-presentation of The Museum of Modern Art and The Film Society of Lincoln Center, unveils a brand new line up of fresh faces on the filmmaking scene. The festival is now in its thirty-ninth year, and you may recognize some names that appeared in past festivals: Pedro Almodóvar, Kelly Reichardt, Atom Egoyan, Spike Lee, Richard Linklater, Sally Potter, John Sayles, Steven Spielberg, Wim Wenders and Wong Kar Wai were all featured as part of New Directors/New Films early in their careers.

Down Terrace will screen twice - Mon Mar 29: 6:15 (MoMA) & Tue Mar 30: 9:00 (FSLC) For tickets and details of all the films screening click here.

Flatpack Festival Screening



“Britain’s most exciting and innovative film festival” – Lonely Planet
“Like the perfect mixtape” – Electric Sheep magazine

Each year, Flatpack Festival celebrates the wild frontier of film culture. Presenting work in an eclectic array of unexpected spaces and places, the festival centres on the shared experience of watching great work that you might not otherwise get to see. Flatpack provides a platform for new filmmakers and moving image creativity together with a playful and original programme of cult classics re-imagined, silent cinema re-scored and archive material re-invented.

Down Terrace screens Friday 26th March 6pm. Details here

Glasgow Film Festival Screening Reviews

THE SCOTSMAN - "Brilliantly performed, and rich in detail, it's the sort of low-budget British production that is all too rare these days: something that feels effortless and is effortlessly entertaining..." Read the whole review here (scroll down article)

THE CINESKINNY - "dark comic genius..."