Posts tagged: trailer
The Dark Knight Rises continues to release promotional material ahead of its big release next Friday, with a new trailer and a first official clip the latest offering to hit the web…
#StoutSteven a #Horror by Jarrett, Stevie, Molly, Dom, and Frankie
Created at #bcotmedia #SummerSchool
Django Unchained has released a first full-length trailer, and it’s every bit as badass as we were hoping it might be…
#FILM #WORKEXPERIENCE with @fraughtuk Geoff Harmer
#bcotmedia students - please contact me for a chance to work with local award-winning film-maker Geoff Harmer on his latest film: ‘Addict’.
You will be required to go to ‘Poison’ the bar in Basingstoke in the evening on Monday 26th March (details to be confirmed).
Please contact me via Facebook or Twitter if you are interested.
Follow on twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/fraughtuk
Like ‘Addict’ on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fraughtuk#!/pages/Addict/215797071826019
The best film of last year was #Submarine - there, I’ve said it. Here is The Guardian’s rundown of their top picks…..
#TheDarkKnightRises full #trailer - Great example for L3 Media students who are creating their own trailers for new TV Pilot ideas next semester.
I want to start putting together the #bcotmedia version after Christmas. If you want to volunteer to help, please contact me directly via twitter or facebook.
L3 Media students - here is a great example of the type of TV trailers we will be making #lifestooshort
The highly-anticipated directorial debut from Paddy Considine, TYRANNOSAUR has been winning universal acclaim for its assured direction and standout performances from stars Peter Mullan (NEDS) and Olivia Colman (Peep Show), including a World Cinema Prize for directing and two World Cinema Special Jury Prizes for dramatic acting at Sundance Film Festival this year.
A moving story of finding redemption and love in the most unlikely places, Tyrannosaur follows the story of two damaged people brought together by circumstance: Joseph (Mullan), an unemployed widower, crippled by his own volatile temperament; and Hannah (Colman), a respectable charity shop worker, whose apparent happiness belies troubles of her own. A gripping drama, defined by powerhouse performances and a deeply affecting story, Tyrannosaur is released in cinemas on October 7.
More info http://www.facebook.com/tyrannosauruk