Lucifer Star Machine ‘Your Love Remains’

We were recently commissioned by Hamburg based rock band ‘Lucifer Star Machine’ to shoot, direct and edit a promo for their ‘Your Love Remains’ 7inch release on Self Destructo Records.
Inspired by 70’s and 80’s grind-house movies it stars models June Summer and Tanna Barthel and Holger Sichart as the ‘The undead stalker’.
It was shot by long time GVFilm collaborator Dan Poole, with kit being provided by Timebomb Pictures.
Directed by our very own ‘Baron Von Strange’, GVFilm edited and graded the promo in-house as well as adding all aged film effects and providing a 4K master.

Frightfest Presents

In March 2016, GVFilm were commissioned by Fetch Publicity to film and direct six introductions for horror label ‘Frightfest Presents’ latest slate of films. Distributed by Icon UK, Frightfest Presents has gone from strength to strength – moving from digital only to physical releases while keeping a strong online presence via video
marketing materials. Babysitter horror ‘Emelie’ recently topped the iTunes charts and other titles include ‘Last Girl Standing’ and ‘Landmine Goes Click’.
The introductions were premiered in an exclusive at horror site DreadCentral

The Sound Of Sherlock: The Abominable Bride In Dolby Atmos

In December 2015 audio innovators Dolby invited us to their London HQ to shoot an interview with the people behind the incredible Dolby Atmos mix on Sherlock: The Abominable Bride.

The holiday special of the BBC’s fast-paced modernised crime drama starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous sleuth, was released in cinemas for New Year screenings and is now available on Blu – Ray which includes the Dolby Atmos mix.
Set in Victorian London, this special episode follows Sherlock Holmes (Cumberbatch) and John Watson (Martin Freeman) as they take on the mysterious case of Emelia Ricoletti (Natasha O’Keeffe), a crazed bride who opened fire on innocent bystanders in the street before turning the gun on herself. However, the vengeful bride later appears, seemingly from beyond the grave, to murder her husband. With help from his brother Mycroft (Mark Gatiss) and trusty sidekick Watson, will Sherlock be able to solve the case of the abominable bride?


Dolby Atmos: The Importance Of Sound In Film

As part of an ongoing series of video essays film audio pioneers Dolby, we filmed several interviews with top (and oscar winning)
sound mixers about the importance of sound in film, and their experiences of Dolby’s groundbreaking audio technology Dolby Atmos.
With credits including ‘The Dark Knight Returns, The Hobbit and In The Heart Of The Sea’, these guys know their stuff and are fascinating interviews.



Dolby Atmos: The Man From U.N.C.L.E

To celebrate the release of ‘The Man From U.N.C.L.E. in Dolby Atmos, Dolby invited 8 competition winners from  across Europe to a private ADR session at the famous Warner Bros. De Lane Lea post production facility.
GVFilm filmed the day, and created promotional videos mixing footage of the event, motion graphics and film clips and delivered in 4 languages to promote the release in different territories.

Dolby Atmos: The importance of Sound

In February 2015, Dolby presented three evenings of screenings and Q&As about the importance of sound in cinema. Guests included Oscar Winning Film Composer and Musician Anne Dudley, Oscar Winning Sound Re-Recording Mixer Richard Pryke and Oscar Winning Production Sound Mixer John Midgley. The evenings were moderated by Lucy Hedges, Technology Journalist and Presenter.

GVfilm filmed and edited the event.  For more information on Dolby, go to

Dolby Atmos: Ghosts Q+A

Most people know Dolby Atmos® as the sound platform that puts audiences in the middle of the action in spectacular science fiction movies like Godzilla and Pacific RimNow it’s putting people in the middle of a London West End theatre for the production of the year, Henrik Ibsen’s play Ghosts.

Digital Theatre, a production company that records theatre and opera productions in high definition, teamed up with distributor CinemaLive to broadcast the Almeida Theatre’s award-winning staging of the 19th-century Norwegian masterpiece to cinemas across the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Australia.

GVFilm were on hand to film an exclusive screening and Q+A with the team involved.