08th October, 2017
Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes For Lizards lets you in behind the scenes to see the magic that goes on to create the world’s most sought after shoes. The documentary about the life of Manolo Blahnik, the genius creator that revolutionized footwear design, brings historic footage to the big screen and exclusive one-on-one interviews with the biggest names in fashion, like Anna Wintour or Rihanna.
Growing up on a remote Spanish Canary island, Manolo made shoes out of sweet wrappers for lizards that he caught in his family’s garden.
05th October, 2017
Susu has been selected for the 41st Montreal World Film Festival in THE FIRST FILMS WORLD COMPETITION. More than 100 news articles about the film have been published across major media channels, including BBC world Service, Montreal Festival Official Radio, China Xinahua News Agency, China News Agency, China Daily, Netease News, Sina Entertainment and many more.
Susu, written and directed by Yixi Sun is the story of two Chinese Girls who are offered a film translation job, at a secluded, old English mansion. There they discover gruesome family secrets and learn about the traumatized past of the Kunqu opera star, Susu. They try to escape from the evil they have uncovered, but to their horror, soon realise that the mansion does not want to let them go.
02nd October, 2017
Amazon Adventure won 5 prestigious GSCA Achievement Awards and IMAX Maximum Image Awards. The winners were announced on September 25th, during the The Giant Screen Cinema Association 2017 International Conference and Trade Show in Chicago.
Amazon Adventure tells the epic, true story of explorer Henry Bates' fascinating 11 year journey through the visually stunning and biodiverse Amazon rainforest as a young man who risks his life for science in the 1850's.
01st October, 2017
Emmy Award winning Spring Films have created 'Where The Wind Blew', telling the story of Kazakhstan's place in the Cold War struggle for nuclear supremacy, and the power of the human spirit as victims and participants from that struggle found their own ways to survive.
This feature-length documentary follows Kazakhstan’s fight to be rid of its nuclear legacy and its call for a peaceful world free from the threat of nuclear weapons.
06th September, 2017
Earth: One Amazing Day celebrates our planet for all its wonders, beauty and dangers. Over the course of one day, the film follows the lives of different animal species, starting with the sun rising over the mountains and visiting different locations until the sun sets on a remote island. The film highlights how every day on Earth is filled with more amazing events than we can possibly imagine.
Capturing nature and its inhabitants in their natural habitats, Earth: One Amazing Day uses the perfect combination of storytelling and cutting-edge technology. The film uses 4k resolution, creating sharp and visually stunning imagery that makes a trip to the cinema the best option to see the film. The feature film is the long awaited sequel to the viral sensation Earth and will be available to audiences across the UK and Ireland on Friday 20 October. The film is also set to be released in the U.S. on October 6.