CAPITAL&CENTRIC has completed its acquisition of the
180,000 sq ft former Littlewoods building
“Ahhh Liverpool. There aren’t enough words in the world to describe what a wonderful filming experience we had during our time there. The staff at The Film Office were the most professional, helpful and friendliest people I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with. They went above and beyond on many occasions to make our requests possible”
Lee Robinson, Producer, Photo Number 6 Australia
Personalities from stage and screen were out in force to celebrate the achievements of young creative talent from across Merseyside.READ MORE
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Channel 4 ‘could move out of London’
Proposals on whether to move Channel 4 out of London will be considered as part of a government consultation.
Plans to privatise the TV company have been shelved, but where it spends its money is also under review, Culture Secretary Karen Bradley has announced.
Hurricane Films’ Emily Dickinson biographical drama A Quiet Passion has been announced as this year’s Grand Prix: Best Film 2016 at Gent Film Festival in Belgium.
Shot in Belgium and the US, the film has been warmly received in the film festival circuit, with recent festival appearances in New York, Toronto, London, Vienna and Turin. Richard Brody of the New Yorker called A Quiet Passion ‘an absolute, drop dead masterwork’, whilst Michael Pattison of Indiewire called it ‘quietly masterful’.
A statement from the Gent jury read:
“After a long and passionate discussion it was decided to recognize the film which some members of the jury considered the most daring and most rigorous of the twelve films in competition: ‘A Quiet Passion’ by Terence Davies.”