GVFilm worked closely with Arrow Films and critically acclaimed director Stéphane Brizé (The Measure of a Man, Mademoiselle Chambon), to create this original Theatrical trailer for the UK release of ‘A Woman’s Life’ (Une Vie).
Scripted, edited and mixed in-house with 5.1 audio deliverables by our friends at Tamborine Audio.
Re-edit and re-brand for Arrow Films for this high stakes thriller starring the irrepressible Nicolas cage and genre favourite Gina Gershon.
We re-conceptualised the trailer for the UK digital market with new music and 5.1 mix.
A UK trailer re-version for our friends at Arrow Films
In Cinemas from July 21st 2017
From first time feature director Thomas Kruithof, Scribe stars François Cluzet (Untouchable, Tell No One, Little White Lies) as the middle aged and financially struggling man who is looking for work two years after suffering a burn-out.
He gets hired by a mysterious employer to transcribe phone tapped conversations, which propels him into the heart of a large-scale political plot and gets him trapped in the French secret services underworld.
A paranoid thriller in the spirit of ’70s pics such as Marathon Man and The Conversation, Scribe was originally inspired by the 1983-1984 Lebanon hostage crisis, in which three French people were kidnapped and their release was allegedly withheld by the French government so that it would benefit presidential candidate Jacques Chirac, who was then prime minister.
After the Storm is award-winning director Hirokazu Kore-eda’s (like Father, Like Son, Our Little Sister) latest release starring Hiroshi Abe and Yoko Maki. Read more on Little White Lies exclusive look at the trailer here.
Fresh from winning ‘Best Film’ at the Dublin International Film Awards, the Oscar nominated actress Sonia Braga stars in this riveting drama. GVFilm worked hard to preserve the multi-layred, textural quality of the film, in an original trailer for UK audiences commissioned by Arrow Films.
All 12 episodes from the second season of the Israeli psychological crime thriller. With his wife seriously ill and in urgent need of a bone marrow transplant, respected police officer Adam Rubin (Jonah Lotan) abducts the Prime Minister (Schmil Ben Ari) in the hope of using him as a donor. Looking to leave the country in order to conduct the procedure, Adam’s plan backfires when he becomes stranded in an abandoned Yeshiva building near Jerusalem. As security forces close in all around them, Adam faces a race against time to try and retrieve the situation and save his wife.
“Not by any means for the faint of heart, Cosmos is nonetheless a juddering cloudburst of pure visual and aural energy, a rare instance of deep intellectual enquiry buoyed by unexpected jolts of pulsing emotion.”
It was a great trailer to make for a great film, released theatrically by Arrow Films / Arrow Academy.