New year, new view. Trailer for coming attractions on the Arrow Player channel January 2022. We have been making these across a few years now and are constantly surprised by the depth and breadth of titles on offer.
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.
Our lates trailer for our friends at Arrow Player. From kick-ass Shaw Brothers action and deadly delights from Brian Lonano. Get ready for December on ARROW.
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.
Let the darkness consume you as we give you sleepless nights this November at ARROW. https://www.ARROW-Player.com New titles streaming in the UK, US and Canada from November 1
The latest monthly promotional trailer for Arrow Player’s content.
MUSE OF FIRE is an 83-minute feature documentary produced by actors Giles Terera (Hamilton) and Dan Poole (Dungeons & Dragons), (Peterloo) in 2013. At GVFilm we helped sculpt the narrative via sizzle reels and sales trailers, before assisting in the edit of the film and a special BBC version – as well as also providing Trailers and promotional material. To this day it is still racking up new international sales across a huge variety of formats.
It is a testament to creating materials that will sell a film and can be delivered to global platforms.
The Movie Partnership called on GVFilm’s expertise to create a UK digital trailer re-version for this exciting, hard hitting thriller. We were tasked with keeping the feel of the film intact while making numerous censor and technical edits for OTT delivery.
Official UK Trailer re-edit and re-brand for digital release on OTT platforms for Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment.
Demand for digital content is at an all time high, and the pandemic has seen distributors and service providers scramble to update platforms with catalogue titles. But often the trailers provided (even from just a few years ago) may not be suitable for use, either because of technical specifications or content. At GVFilm we have years of experience in quickly and economically re-editing and re-branding trailers to platform specifications ready for delivery.
Sometimes trailers just may not be suitable at all, and we pride ourselves on scripting, editing and producing original trailers for re-releases.
Official Trailer re-cut and re-brand for Kaleidoscope Film Distribution.
1937, Essex, England. Given an opportunity to investigate the most haunted house in England, leading British paranormal investigator, Harry Price, is given the keys to the infamous Borley Rectory for six months, hoping to discover the truth behind the hauntings, strange sounds and apparitions that have plagued the abandoned property and surrounding area for over 500 years. The film stars Julian Sands (Warlock, A Room With A View), Colin Baker (The Sixth Doctor, Doctor Who), Christopher Ellison (The Bill, We Still Kill The Old Way), Toyah Willcox (80s Pop Legend) and is Co-Written & Directed By Steven M. Smith (The Haunting Of Borley Rectory, Essex Boys: Law Of Survival, Doll House, Dead Again) Produced by Louisa Warren (Unhinged, Tooth Fairy), Steven M. Smith & Paul G. Andrews (Boogieman, The Great Hunger). The film is released through Kaleidoscope Distribution Halloween 2021. Steven M. Smith said, “We are so excited to release the Official Trailer for THE GHOSTS OF BORLEY RECTORY. Working in partnership with Globalwatch Films, CoCo Pictures and Champdog Films has been excellent. We have a very strong and talented cast and crew and cannot wait to show you all the film which we feel is our best and scariest work.”