Jumpman wins Jury Special Mention

// 7th of July, 2018
Jumpman wins Jury Special Mention

The Russian film about Putin’s generation won a special jury mention at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival 2018 which took place last week.

 

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Screendaily: 'Jumpman': Karlovy Vary Review

// 5th of July, 2018
Screendaily: 'Jumpman': Karlovy Vary Review

Karlovy Vary favourite Ivan I. Tverdovskiy follows up Zoology with a very different animal, a lean and mean thriller that offers a potent indictment of the endemic corruption in Russian society. With Tverdovskiy’s growing reputation and some saleable thriller tropes, Jumpman could build upon Zoology’s theatrical showing, with healthy festival attention a given.

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Variety: Karlovy Vary Film Review: ‘Jumpman’

// 4th of July, 2018
Variety: Karlovy Vary Film Review: ‘Jumpman’

A kid throws himself in front of passing cars in Russian director Ivan I. Tverdovsky's biting look at a society where corruption permeates all corners.

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Karlovy Vary Competition Lineup Features ‘Jumpman’ Premiere

// 29th of June, 2018
Karlovy Vary Competition Lineup Features ‘Jumpman’ Premiere

Ten world premieres are among the 12 films competing for the Crystal Globe at Central and Eastern Europe’s premier film festival, Karlovy Vary, which runs June 29-July 7. […] Two filmmakers returning to Karlovy Vary present "noticeably more poetic new films": Russia’s Ivan Tverdovsky ("Zoology") will screen "Jumpman," while Israeli director Joseph Madmony brings his third premiere to West Bohemia, the drama "Redemption," co-directed by cinematographer Boaz Y. Yakov.

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First trailer for Karlovy Vary competition title 'Jumpman'

// 28th of June, 2018
First trailer for Karlovy Vary competition title 'Jumpman'

Screendaily.com has revealed the first trailer for Jumpman, the latest film from Zoology director Ivan I. Tverdovskiy.

 

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Film and Music Entertainment boost 2018 production slate to 10 features

// 14th of May, 2018
Film and Music Entertainment boost 2018 production slate to 10 features

Film and Music Entertainment (Fame) the UK/Dublin-based production house run by veteran producers Mike Downey and Samantha Taylor has boosted its 2018 production slate to 10 features to be completed or go into production during 2018.  The announcement comes hard on the heels of the unveiling of their most recent project, Streetkids United III – The Road to Russia and completing shooting on Rudolph Herzog’s How To Sell a War which has been picked up by Bankside for world sales.

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Adaptation of Arthur Machen’s ‘Hill of Dreams’ Joins F&ME Production Slate

// 13th of May, 2018
Adaptation of Arthur Machen’s ‘Hill of Dreams’ Joins F&ME Production Slate

British-Irish production company Film and Music Entertainment has added an adaptation of Arthur Machen’s fantasy novel "Hill of Dreams" to its production slate. The screenplay has been written by Jonathan Preece and the film will be directed by Fatmir Koci, who previously teamed on "Elvis Walks Home."

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Production begins on feature documentary Streetkids United III – The Road to Moscow

// 10th of May, 2018
Production begins on feature documentary Streetkids United III – The Road to Moscow

The third part in the Streetkids United feature documentary series Streetkids United III – The Road to Moscow, began shooting in Chennai India last week, prior to moving to Moscow for the main event.  The film, a co-production between Dublin-based Film and Music Entertainment (IRE) Ltd and Dutch outfit JaJa Film Productions is made in association with Bernd Out and Amsterdam based Made for Digital (post facility). Prajesh Sen from India is the associate producer of the documentary.

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Principal photography wraps on Rudolph Herzog’s How to Sell a War

// 9th of May, 2018
Principal photography wraps on Rudolph Herzog’s How to Sell a War

How to Sell a War – the fiction feature film debut of leading international documentary director Rudolph Herzog has just wrapped this week in Dublin.   Produced by Film and Music Entertainment the UK/Dublin-based production house, the company, along with world sales agent Bankside Films has just released the initial images from the film.

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Production begins in Georgia on Rudolph Herzog’s How To Sell a War

// 9th of April, 2018
Production begins in Georgia on Rudolph Herzog’s How To Sell a War

How to Sell a War – the fiction feature film debut of leading international documentary director Rudolph Herzog has started shooting in Tbilisi, Georgia. Produced by Film and Music Entertainment (F&ME) the UK/Dublin-based production house the company has boosted its 2017/18 production slate to 10 features to be completed or go into production during 2018.

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Principal Photography has begun on Film and Music Entertainment (IRE), How To Sell a War, produced by Mike Downey and Sam Taylor and directed by Rudolph Herzog

// 6th of April, 2018
Principal Photography has begun on Film and Music Entertainment (IRE), How To Sell a War, produced by Mike Downey and Sam Taylor and directed by Rudolph Herzog

Top US cast attached as Jay Pharaoh joins line-up which already includes Katherine Parkinson and Lily Newmark.  Fame has boosted its 2017/18 production slate to 10 features to be completed or go into production during 2018  World sales handled by Bankside.

 

Jay Pharoah joins Lily Newmark, Katherine Parkinson in 'How To Sell A War' (exclusive)

// 6th of April, 2018

Jay Pharoah, recognised for his recent roles in Unsane and Ride Along, has joined Lily Newmark and Katherine Parkinson in Rudolph Herzog’s How To Sell A War.

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