Hurricane tells the story of the unknown heroes.

Director David Blair marks the 100th year anniversary of the air force with his war time drama ‘Hurricane’. Starring Game of Thrones’ Iwan Rhoen, Hacksaw Ridge’s Milo Gibson, Prime Suspect 1973’s Stefanie Martini and Under the Skin’s Krystof Hadek.

Hurricane (Squadron 303) is the story of a group of brave Poles who fought in the skies over England in WW2, not just to keep Great Britain free from the Nazis, but also to keep alive the very idea of their own country, which had existed in its modern form for barely twenty years before it was crushed between the opposing jaws of Germany and Russia. Equipped with the almost-obsolete Hurricane and (with some initial reluctance) given RAF blue uniforms, while they fought, Poland lived.

Read more about how the story came to life along with interviews with the cast over at HeyUGuys

Directed by David Blair
Composed by Laura Rossi

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McQueen nominated for Music Week Sync awards

We’re delighted that one the scenes from the Feature doc “McQueen” is nominated for Film sync of the year at the Music Week Sync awards 2018.

“McQueen” is a personal look at the extraordinary life, career and artistry of Alexander McQueen. Through exclusive interviews with his closest friends and family, recovered archives, exquisite visuals and music, McQueen is an authentic celebration and thrilling portrait of an inspired yet tortured fashion visionary. 

The nominated scene features the song “Dealing for the Sarabande” by Michael Nyman. Also dubbed “Lee’s Sarabande”. The song was originally commissioned by McQueen for the famous “Widows of Culloden” show. The piece was originally intended to be used in the iconic finale when Kate Moss appeared as a “Hologram”. The track, ultimately wasn’t used, this scene in “McQueen” see’s the song re-instated for it’s original purpose.

See the trailer here -

Directed by Ian Bonhôte and co-directed/written by Peter Ettedgui.
Composed by Michael Nyman
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Nomis to close LA Film festival

The L.A. Film Festival has selected the thriller “Nomis,” starring Henry Cavill, Ben Kingsley and Alexandra Daddario, as its closing night film on Sept. 28 at the ArcLight Hollywood Cinerama Dome.

The showing will be the world premiere for “Nomis,” which follows American police trapping an online predator, only to realize the depth of his crimes goes far beyond anything they had anticipated. The film also stars Stanley Tucci, Minka Kelly and Nathan Fillion.

“As a festival that has always championed new voices, it is only fitting to be closing this year with the work of a first-time writer-director,” said Jennifer Cochis, LA Film Festivaldirector. “In ‘Nomis,’ David Raymond created a thrilling film made all the more terrifying by the performances from his incredible cast.”

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The Wife "Glenn Close gives arguably her best performance."

Currently sitting at 86% on rotten tomatoes, The Wife dazzles audiences at Toronto Film Festival. Directed by Bjorn Runge and written by Jane Anderson, The Wife see’s Glenn Close as Joan Castleman, questioning her life choices as she travels to Stockholm with her husband, where he is slated to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature.

Check out The Guardian’s 5 Star review below:

The Wife Premieres in the UK on Thursday 9th August 2018 at Somerset House kicking off a summer of showing for Film 4/Somerset House summer film events.

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