A series of social media adverts aimed at profesionals to encourage the use of Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision technologies. The visuals were scripted, edited and conceived by GVFilm and created from stock footage. Design by Aitch Creative and copy from Dolby.
The adverts ran in English, Spanish, French and German across different social platforms.
A chilling and timely survival horror starring Westworld’s Christian Stamm: in a broken world struggling to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, a new super virus that escapes from melting permafrost threatens to destroy the remnants of mankind. A Special Forces group must transport the world’s leading virologist to her lab, where she is on the verge of a ground-breaking discovery. But the nail-biting journey is filled with danger, zombies and other threats much closer to home.
Official Trailer for Kaleidoscope Film Distribution.
Having recently installed a Dolby Atmos mixing facility at their iconic Dean St. Studios in Soho London, Jasmin Lee and Suzanne Lee Barnes talk about the limitless possibilities for any genre of music that Atmos offers!
Filmed under strict health and safety Covid-19 guidelines with in-house edit by GVFilm.
Theatrical trailer for the Arrow Video release of the brand new 4K restoration of Crash, taken from the original 35mm camera negative and supervised by writer/director David Cronenberg and director of photography Peter Suschitzky. Also on Digital Download on 30 November and UHD Blu-ray and Blu-ray on 14 December. The trailer premiered on Little White Lies.
This was followed by a 30 second trailer campaign across social media. Different trailer versions highlighted the stepped release dates from Digital to Blu-Ray.
Kaleidoscope Film Distribution comissioned GVFilm to create a new trailer for the Christmas themed horror movie ‘The Nights Before Christmas’ about a murderous Santa leaving a bloody trail of revenge through a small town. Originally a sales trailer for early 2020 film markets and now used around the world to promote the film’s release. Out now on Digital and DVD in the UK and other territories.
We have been involved in the making and promotion of this documentary for a long time and it is gratifying to see it making its way to UK TV screens on SKY Arts and we congratulate our friends at Timebomb Pictures.
“In 1972 at the height of the apartheid struggle in South Africa, a group of artists risked everything to build a safe space dedicated to all freedoms—artistic, social and political. ‘The Space’, born from the unremitting efforts of the government to silence all opposition, became the ‘Theatre of Survival’ for the voices of all artists – a place where, no matter the colour of their skin, they could be seen and heard. The groundbreaking work of these artists reverberated worldwide at a time when the price of their artistic freedom was incarceration or worse. Featuring Athol Fugard (the most performed playwright in the world after Shakespeare), Tony award-winners John Kani and Winston Ntshona, satirist Pieter-Dirk Uys, Academy Award winner Richard E. Grant, and many more, The Space is the definitive record of the Cape Town theatre with a mission to oppose Apartheid and champion freedom of expression.”
After the bloody secrets in the the town of Gatlin are uncovered, the locals of neighbouring Hemingford decide to adopt the surviving children and give them a fresh start in life. However, “He Who Walks Behind The Rows” has other plans… After becoming possessed by a demonic force, local teen, Micah begins to rally the youth of the town regaling them with the teachings of “He Who Walks Behind The Rows” and encouraging them to rise up and eradicate the grownups by any means possible… As harrowing as the original and serving up a fresh crop of inventive kills and carnage, Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice is a noteworthy early 90s slasher classic and a welcome addition to the Children of the Corn franchise.