Our next TV project coming to your front room streamed over the week 24th -26th of October 2017 Ah relax Retreat: Meditations from a Monastery - BBC Four https://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour Appreciate life at a monk’s… YOUTUBE.COM
Appreciate life at a monk's pace.
Our next TV project is coming to your front room, streamed over the week (24th -26th October) Ah... relax.
Retreat: Meditations from a Monastery - BBC Four https://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour Appreciate life at a monk’s… YOUTUBE.COM
Go on retreat with us next week on BBC 4
Behind the scenes of our next BBC 4 series
Tubular Bells - the Mike Oldfield Story, our Royal Television Society award winning doc about the multi million selling 1973 album which launched Virgin Records, will be repeated on BBC4 on 18th August.
Ceremony, our latest production for BBC4, directed by visual artist Phil Collins, charts the journey of a statue of Friedrich Engels from a remote village in Northern Ukraine to Tony Wilson Place in Manchester's City Centre. Engels wrote The Condition of the Working Classes, in Manchester in 1844, and the installation of the statue (the closing event of the Manchester International Festival 2017) celebrates this. Featuring music by Mica Levi and Demdike Stare, and a specially composed song by Gryff Rhys of Super Furry Animals.
Watch our latest film here: https://vimeo.com/216850854
Commissioned by the Guardian in collaboration with Sundance Institute Short Documentary Fund supported by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
BuzzFeed: "Insane story"
BBC: "It's an incredible tale"
The Telegraph: "This eye-opening documentary by Robert Cannan and Ross Adam captures a fascinating slice of history"
The Hollywood Report: "An alluring and informative documentary about the 1978 kidnapping of two of South Korea's most famous film-industry figures by North Korea's movie-crazy Kim Jong-il"
Screen Daily: "Vibrant Cinema"
The Chair of the 2016 Sandford Children’s Award judges, writer Frank Cottrell Boyce said “the programme featured some of the most compelling characters I’ve ever seen on television”.
Screening on Friday 3rd June: Get your tickets here: http://www.tbytfilmclub.com/about-the-film-club/
NOW IN THEATRES
CA, West Los Angeles: Nuart Theatre
NY, New York: Sunshine Cinema 5
OH, Columbus: Gateway Film Center 8
WA, Vancouver: Kiggins
CA, Monterey: Osio Cinemas
WA, Seattle: Grand Illusion Cinema
The Edinburgh International Film Festival 2016: 15-26 JUNE
Our feature film Remainder will open in UK cinemas June 24th and it has already received excellent reviews:
Little White Lies Review 4 stars: "It succeeds impressively as an exciting and stimulating thriller"
JASONSOLOMONS.COM: "A swirling mind-bender of a film"
The Observer: "A conceptual baffler"
Curzon Magazine: "A visual feast"
Total Film: "A brain scrambling British thriller"
Our first feature film to be released in cinemas in America has been met with excellent reviews:
Wall Street Journal: "Plenty to enjoy in the film"
New York Post 3.5/4 stars: "Its themes, and its “Rosemary”-like lullaby, may haunt you for days"
LA Weekly: "A perfect pleasure for those who want to dwell in their deepest fears"
Dread Central 3.5/5 stars: "Thumbs up, Mr. Farr – you’ve created something very eerie and very real. RECOMMENDED"
JB Spins Blogspot: "The Ones Below is a slickly sinister film"
Killer movie Reviews 4/5 stars: "It's glorious"
Brave New Hollywood: "The Ones Below is a red hot brewing thriller"
As voted by the general public!
The Sandford St Martin Trust promotes thought-provoking, distinctive programming that deals with religion, ethics and spirituality. Through its annual awards, the Trust promotes excellent broadcasting about all faiths, from major networks, independents and online sources, at local and national level.
The Guardian - Cover of Review section / Review 4 stars (Peter Bradshaw) - "a very stylish piece of work from Farr"
The Times - Review 4 stars (Kate Muir) - "a superb thriller"
The Daily Mail - Review 4 stars (Brian Viner) - "another impressive first cinematic feature… superbly acted"
The Daily Mirror - Review 4 stars (David Edwards) - "a chilly psychological thriller guaranteed to make young mums rush to check their baby monitors"
The Daily Express - Review 4 stars (Allan Hunter) - "A taut, expertly executed chiller"
The Telegraph - Review 3 stars (Patrick Smith) - "a creepy genre exercise by a crafstman finding his groove"
The Independent - Review 3 stars (Geoffrey Macnab) - "the performances are striking, especially that of Poesy"
The Daily Star - Review 3 stars (Andy Lea) - "smart thriller"
I Paper - Review 3 stars (Geoffrey Macnab) / Critics Round-up