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Leading up to the Berlin Film Festival, Phoenix signs ‘Bruno’ for worldwide sales. The film will be theatrically released 27th March 2020 by Element Pictures in the UK and Eire.
The film was recently nominated for the Art Cinema Award at the Hamburg Film Festival and the Remy Award for Best Independent Film at the upcoming Worldfest Houston in the US.
‘Bruno’ will have it’s US Premiere at the beautiful Logan Theater in Chicago on Sat, Feb 28th as part of the Chicago Irish Film Festival.
It has just been nominated for a Remy Award for Best Independent Film at Worldfest Houston which takes place in Texas in April.
And will have it’s Italian Premiere at Casa del Cinema in Rome next month.
It is a deeply poignant film about today’s society and mental illness with beautiful performances by Diarmaid Murtagh and Woody Norman, (‘Silent Witness’, ‘Him’, ‘Troy: Fall of a City’, ‘Peter and Wendy’, ‘The War Of The Worlds’, ‘Les Miserables’, ‘Poldark’,’The White Princess’, and in 2017 he played Benedict Cumberbatch’s son in ‘The Current War). His most recent film, currently in post Production, is ‘C’mon C’mon’ in which he plays opposite Joaquin Phoenix.
We’re happy to announce that ‘Elvis walks home’ is nominated for 6 awards at London IFF;
- Best Film
- Best Original Screenplay
- Best Director
- Best Editing
- Best Lead Male Actor
- Best Cinematography
To read more about the nominations Click Here
“Why we loved it Stanley Kubrick once said that if it can be written, or thought, it can be filmed. Watch The Sunset is a testament to the master’s words. This film is a captivating, perfectly executed piece of experimental cinema with a narrative that will shake viewers to their core. Watch The Sunset is a technical marvel which is sure to inspire many filmmakers both young and old.” – Cinema Australia 2017
Through the Eyes of Faith – A true uplifting story of a world respected professional young dancer Richard “Steelo” Vazquez paralysed by a brain aneurysm.
We follow his life through his professional dance career to its heights while preparing to represent the US in an international dance competition in Seoul Korea he suffers a brain aneurysm that ruptures multiple times. Faced with malpractice and medical set backs, his family focuses on the positive.
This is the true story of “Steelo” and how he fought against all the odds and his faith that brought him back.
Victor Bojinov’s film The Liberators (a.k.a Heights) has opened at No 1 of the Bulgarian Box Office with 50,000 admissions on its first week of release and is head to be one of the biggest box off gross of Bulgarian history.
Read the article: http://cineuropa.org/nw.aspx?t=newsdetail&l=en&did=342982
Based on Milen Ruskov’s best selling novel in eastern europe of the same title, Heights centres on events taking place a few years before Bulgaria freed itself from Ottoman rule in 1877. The story follows Gicho (Aleksandar Aleksiev, who is also the star and producer of Yana Titova’s feature debut, Fall and Salvation – see the news), a young man fighting in a revolutionary group that dreams of liberating the country. After he proves his prowess in battle, Gicho will receive a special mission from the group’s leader, paving the way for great adventures.
Doykov (Producer) is no stranger to Bulgarian box-office hits: in 2010, he produced, Mission: London, which opened to 46,000 admissions, ending its run in Bulgarian cinemas with a record-breaking 376,000 tickets sold and becoming the biggest box office film in Bulgarian History out performing Star Wars. The Liberators has started well and looks to outperform Mission London.