Birds Like Us

Official International Distribution Trailer for Kaleidoscope Film Distribution. Script, edit, graphics and mix by GV Film Limited. 5.1 deliverables by JD Evans at Soundmonger.

Monster Island

Earlier this year we were commissioned by Kaleidoscope Film Distribution to create a trailer for the animated adventure ‘Monster Island’ for sales use in film markets around the world.

We later created full International deliverables and a Theatrical UK version. GVFilm scripted, edited, mixed and created motion graphics in-house with audio deliverables and master mix by our friends at Tamborine Audio.

When Lucas finds out he is not really a human, but actually a monster, the news changes his whole world! Embarking on a quest to Monster Island to discover his real roots, Lucas will undergo a journey he will never forget…

Starring: Fiona Hardingham (The Duff), Roger L. Jackson (The Scream series, Khumba: A Zebra’s Tale, The Powerpuff Girls), Katie Leigh (Despicable Me)

The World Of Norm: May Need Rebooting

From author and comedian Jonathan Meres’,  ‘The World Of Norm:
May Need Rebooting’ is the latest in an award-winning series of children’s books.
Orchard, part of the Hachette group turned to GVFilm to script, animate and produce this vibrant and funny TV Spot illustrating the laugh-out-loud ‘World Of Norm’,

animating original illustrations from illustrator Donough O’Malley and a voice over from the author himself, along with specially commissioned designs from our friends at Sugarzoo. Along with animation and production, the spot was also finished, mixed, cleared, trafficked and delivered by GVFilm to Disney UK and Turner’s Cartoon Network.


Something different for GVFilm…a trailer where we also created the footage from scratch !

For the release of ‘SeaQuest’ a new series of books from best selling author Adam Blade, Orchard Children’s books supplied GVFilm with glorious illustrations and let our imagination run riot. We scripted, animated, scored and edited the trailer – with the brief being to make it feel like a ‘Saturday Morning Cartoon’.