Tubular Bells 50th Anniversary Tour

Kaleidoscope Entertainment are delighted to announce that for one night only, audiences will be able to enjoy the incredible music of Mike Oldfield’s ‘The Tubular Bells – 50th Anniversary Tour’, in UK cinemas on September 22nd.

Edited in-house at GVFilm Limited with audio deliverables by Soundmonger.

More Tomorrow Morning

The 2nd and ‘OFFICIAL UK’ trailer for Tomorrow Morning the Movie Musical. Our first trailer introduced the story of Tomorrow Morning, and this trailer advertising the UK Theatrical release revels in the music and dance.

Tomorrow Morning the movie musical starring Samantha Barks, Ramin Karimloo, Fleur East, George Maguire, Harriet Thorpe, Henry Goodman, Anita Dobson, Omid Djalili and Joan Collins. Produced by John Danbury and Directed by Nick Winston. Cinema release in the UK September 6th 2022

Fadia’s Tree

Official UK Trailer for Fadia’s Tree, commissioned by Director and Artist Sarah Beddington and Over The Fence Films. In Cinemas August 5.
While millions of birds migrate freely in the skies, Fadia, a Palestinian refugee in Lebanon, yearns for the ancestral homeland she is denied. She challenges Sarah Beddington, the Director, to find an ancient mulberry tree that stands as witness to her family’s existence – with only inherited memories, a blind man and a two-headed dragon as her guides. Along the way, Sarah meets with ornithologists whose observations on the homing instincts of the birds inadvertently reveal the unresolved problems of the region. Spanning fifteen years, this story of a friendship that stays connected across a divided land and a fragmented people adopts a birds’ eye perspective to reflect on freedom of movement, exile and the hope of return.

Tomorrow Morning

From the Director of West End hit Fame, this stunning big screen adaptation of Tomorrow Morning features exclusive new music and lyrics from the show’s original composer Laurence Mark Wythe. West End and Broadway stars, Samantha Barks (Frozen The Musical, Les Misérables) and Olivier Award nominee Ramin Karimloo (Les Misérables, Phantom of the Opera) headline a superb ensemble cast, with Dame Joan Collins (Dynasty), Omid Djalili (The Mummy, The Infidel), Henry Goodman (Avengers: Age of Ultron, Taking Woodstock), Harriet Thorpe (Calendar Girls, Absolutely Fabulous), Anita Dobson (Hotel Babylon, EastEnders) and The X Factor’s Fleur East completing the star-studded line-up. In this timeless universal love story, the clock ticks down to two monumental days in the life of Bill and Catherine. Two perspectives of one story collide across time, seen in parallel yet ten years apart: on the eve of their wedding, as they embark on life together while coping with a life-changing event, and after a decade of marriage as they wrestle with the impact of their divorce on life with their young son. Kaleidoscope Entertainment, in association with GMW Media and Visualize Films, are thrilled to announce the international smash-hit musical Tomorrow Morning is coming to the big screen – in UK cinemas on 9th September and DVD on 17th October

Edited in house by GV Films Limited with 5.1 audio mix and deliverables by JD Evans at Soundmonger.

Arrow Video August 2022

This August, fight for your life with raw, visceral thrills plus animals attack and bare-knuckle beat-down collections. The latest trailer for the digital Arrow channel showcasing cult, indie, horror and action movies.


In this tense and atmospheric horror, Rose Hepburn, a young actress, returns to her empty hotel. Forced to use the old freight elevator, it jolts to a halt on the twelfth floor, leaving her trapped with an unusual stranger. Left with no phone signal as a storm approaches, tensions escalate and suspicions rise when Rose discovers the identity of the mysterious man is Daniel Reed, a camera operator who is seemingly obsessed with her. Starring Sophie Skelton (Outlander), BAFTA winner Stuart Brennan (Risen) and WWE legend Bret Hart, Stalker is directed by Steve Johnson (Convergence).

Edited in house at GV Film Limited. 5.1 Audio mix and deliverables by JD Evans at Soundmonger.

It Snows In Benidorm….and New Zealand

GV Film Ltd were happy to continue a long running history of theatrical trailers for Parkland Entertainment with ‘It Snows In Benidorm’. Working closely with Parkland and Magus Marketing we crafted the trailer to build on Parkland’s impressive UK release of Timothy Spall’s previous release with Parkland, ‘The Last Bus’. GVFilm also created re-formatted and re-cut social media assets.

Before the UK release the trailer was also used by Rialto Distribution in New Zealand racking up almost a quarter of a million hits on Youtube alone.

Bank worker Peter lives a grey life in Manchester dealing with late repayments and posting daily about the weather. After an unexpected early retirement, he decides to visit his brother in Benidorm only to discover that he has disappeared. As Peter searches for clues, his encounters with an eclectic cast of characters only lead to further confusion. In looking for his brother, can he rediscover himself? Timothy Spall excels as a downtrodden man struggling to impose sense on the events around him, in a hapless detective story played out to a carnivalesque backdrop of Brits abroad. Director Isabel Coixet (The Bookshop) takes inspiration from producer Pedro Almodovar by creating a bold combination of deadpan reality and fantastical imagery in a tale about everything – and nothing.

‘It Snows in Benidorm’ is in UK & Ireland cinemas on August 19

Icon Film Channel Streaming Now – July 2022

Regular monthly trailer for new releases on the Icon Film Channel.

Out now on the Icon Film Channel are newly added titles including extraordinary sci-fi series Metal Hurlant Chronicles, Strangerland starring Nicole Kidman and Hugo Weaving, heart-warming family animation Birds Like Us, and coming later this month is supernatural horror The Devil’s Candy. And, don’t miss recent blockbuster hits, cult-classics, and award-winning highlights such as I Daniel Blake, The Fifth Estate, Foxcatcher and 2 Guns.

Start your free trial at iconfilmchannel.uk and download the app for Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Roku, Xbox, iOS, and Android.

The Trouble With Jessica

For Parkland Pictures, GVFilm Ltd have completed a sales reel for the Cannes Film Festival.
We worked together with Parkland to craft a highlight reel and trailer showing the narrative qualities of the film even while it is still in post production.

From Variety:

“Old” star Rufus Sewell and “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire’s” Shirley Henderson are set to lead dark comedy “The Trouble With Jessica.”

Sewell will also be reunited with his “A Knight’s Tale” co-star Alan Tudyk in the film. Olivia Williams (“The Father”) and Indira Varma (“Obi Wan Kenobi”) round out the cast.

Parkland Pictures are repping “The Trouble With Jessica,” which is directed by Matt Winn (“Bad Mother”), for worldwide sales. Winn co-wrote the film with James Handel (“The Hoarder”).

Filmed on location in London, “The Trouble With Jessica” tells the story of two couples who find themselves needing to relocate a dead body in order to prevent the imminent sale of their house from collapsing.

Andrew Brown, head of sales at Parkland Pictures, said: “‘The Trouble with Jessica’ is a darkly comic moral tale. It has been a real pleasure to be working with such a talented producer (Sarah Sulick) and director (Matt Winn) and Parkland is thrilled to bring a taste of what’s to come with exclusive footage in Cannes.”

Kaleidoscope Film Distribution – Cannes

This year GVFilm Ltd have worked closely with our friends at Kaleidoscope Film Distribution to create sales and distribution trailers for their films at Cannes Film Festival 2022. Many of the films were still in production and trailers and sizzle reels were crafted, graded and mixed from unfinished materials to fulfil a sales brief. For more information and trailers for titles go to Kaleidoscope Film Distribution.

At GVFilm Ltd we create original official trailers, but also sales and sizzle reels, promos, and adaptions, re-cutting for different markets and platforms so a film’s story can be seen at its best by as wider audience as possible.