Icon Film Channel

Created for our friends at Icon Film Distribution, we were asked to create this trailer for online promotion of the new Icon Film Channel available on a host of apps and platforms.
Packed into 30 seconds is a brief to show not only the breadth and depth of films on offer, but also to narrate the personality of the channel in a busy marketplace.

Playstation Game Trailer Branding

Along with full original trailers, we offer our gaming clients a re-brand service. Taking trailers (often direct from developers) and re-editing and re-branding for use on OTT sales platforms (Such as platform stores) where format, branding and content has strict guidelines that will not be in the workflow of trailer production.

Successful co-op branding with a platform means a game is shown in the best way to the most amount of people – which is invaluable for indie releases.

Festival Sales Trailers

We recently produced a host of sales trailers for films still in production or post production for our friends at Kaleidoscope Film Distribution. These often form the basis of a traditional trailer but are also crafted for sales use, and are edited from unfinished footage. In some cases they are more akin to sizzle reels or promos – whatever our client requires to sell their movie.

Kaleidoscope Film Distribution (KFD) is an established International Sales company, specialising in commercial feature films and branded documentaries.

New titles include the highly anticipated adaptation of smash-hit musical, Tomorrow Morning, featuring star of new West End production, Frozen the Musical, Samantha Barks, The X Factor runner up Fleur East, British comedian Omid Djalili, and Dame Joan Collins; The Official Tubular Bells 50th Anniversary Documentary and Live Show, celebrating 50 years of Mike Oldfield’s iconic album; action-packed epic The Siege of Robin Hood bringing the legend to life for a new era.

Icon OTT Trailers

A new round of trailers in early 2021 for the Icon label.
To get catalogue trailers delivered to OTT services can often require ‘invisible’ editing. Cutting for modern all – ages viewing, localising legal, video formats and ratios, audio levels and re-formatting or replacing titles and graphics for a new distributor.

Fadia’s Tree

Official trailer for Fadia’s Tree.

We were commissioned by Susan Simnett, producer at Over The Fence Films to create the trailer for visual artist Sarah Beddington’s feature documentary.

‘While millions of birds migrate freely in the skies, a Palestinian refugee in Lebanon, yearns for the ancestral homeland she’s denied. She sets a challenge to find an ancient tree that stands as witness to her family’s existence – guided only by inherited memories, a blind man and a two-headed dragon. This story of a 15-year friendship that stays connected across a divided land and a fragmented people, adopts a bird’s eye perspective to reflect on freedom of movement, exile, and the hope of return.’

Fadia’s Tree is screening November 27 at the Curzon Soho.

Trailer link: HERE

Bloody Rally Show

Official trailer for Digerati’s latest release November 3rd on PS4, November 4th for Nintendo Switch, and November 5th on Xbox One!

Welcome to Bloody Rally Show – a head-on smash between frenetic top-down arcade racing and hyperviolent reality TV. You must drift, boost, and blast to keep the viewers entertained and your paymasters happy. Go full throttle and drive to survive! Includes local multiplayer mayhem for up to 4-players!

Fadia’s Tree

GVFilm was recently commissioned by Over The Fence Films to create a trailer for the poignant documentary ‘Fadia’s Tree’. Fadia, a Palestinian refugee in Lebanon, is stranded by history on the wrong side of the border. When a chance meeting introduces her to the director, Sarah, she makes a grand and personal request: to find the ancient mulberry tree next to her grandfather’s house in Sa’sa, northern Palestine. A mere 2 hour drive from Beirut where she lives, Fadia is barred from crossing that border. With only received memories, a blind man and a two-headed dragon as her guides, Sarah embarks on the quest to find the tree. Along the way, as she observes the homing instincts of millions of migrating birds, nature inadvertently reveals instinctive elements of the Palestinian yearn to return home. Through a birds’ eye perspective, we reflect on freedom of movement, exile and return and a sense of hope projected by the land itself. Fadia’s Tree is a remarkably warm debut feature film by artist, Sarah Beddington, and a heartfelt rumination on the nature of belonging.
Fadia’s Tree is showing Saturday November 27 at the Curzon Soho, Shaftesbury Avenue as part of the London Palestine Film Festival.