Satisfy your inner film junkie with Tiger, the newest feature film by Beaufort and is written and directed by former model James McFay.
Set in the snow landscapes of Tokyo, Tiger is an intimate romantic drama that follows the story of two disillusioned models who fall in love during the winter fashion season, only to combust when their stay extends.
For the past decade, horror movies have taken a steep decline in quality but Rising Tide is certainly a game-changer.
Premiered last August 2011 at the Tyneside Cinema with a sold out crowd, this full-feature film is a coming of age piece that will make you grab for your seats. It’s directed by Philip Shotton and Dawn Furness under Northern Film & Media production funded through Northern Film & Media’s Film Innovation Fund.
After four years in the making, Stina Bergman's Die Beauty is ready to face the world.
This full-feature film written by Åsa Björklund was premiered last September 17, 2010 at the Rio Cinema, SWE Museum and at The Pirate Bay on the web. Since its release, Die Beauty had appeared on international film festivals such as the Camerimage Festival in Poland and the Barcelona Creative Commons Film Festival.
To Shoot an Elephant is a licensed documentary directed by Alberto Arce and Mohammad Rujailah about life on the Gaza Strip. This hard-hitting film has already gained international acknowledgement and awards such as the “Most Innovative Filmmaker” at Florence’s Festival dei Popoli.
Despite the Israeli ban on foreign correspondents and humanitarian aid workers to cover and witness operation "Cast Lead" on the ground, there was a small group of international volunteers that managed to remain present in Gaza when the bombing started on December, 27th 2009. To Shoot an Elephant is therefore a collection of stories gathered by the only foreigners who decided and managed to stay embedded inside Gaza strip ambulances, with Palestinian civilians.