We are proud to announce that Timothy Spall has won Best Actor for 'Stanley - A man of variety' at Oxford International Film Festival.
Phoenix has secured worldwide rights to 'A Good Day To Die – Hoka Hey'
The Business of Film: "Michael Cowan, Phoenix Worldwide Entertainment, has picked up the world rights to the Theatrical Documentary A Good Day To Die – Hoka Hey. Putting their lives at incredible risk to document the front lines in hostile environments war, photographers play an often-overlooked role in news coverage. A Good Day to Die is a feature documentary in the vein of films such as James Natchwey's War Photographer, and McCullin, about the life and work of photojournalist Don McCullin..."
We are pleased to announce the signing of STANLEY - Man of Variety. Award winning actor Timothy Spall: (IMDB link) Plays all the characters in Stanley's hallucinations; from the flamboyant Noel Coward to the grotesque Max Wall to the ukulele king George Formby, to Egor in a Transylvanian castle.
Duane Edwards’ SUPREME RULER is Locked & Loaded for Pre-Sale at Cannes 69th Fest
13/05/2016 - Screenmancer
SCREENMANCER Press Pick-up: SUPREME RULER, put together by some friends we know here at Screenmancer, is set to star Ron Livingstone (The Conjuring, The 5th Wave, Office Space), Vincent D’Onofrio (Jurassic World, The Magnificent Seven, Run All Night), Minnie Driver (Jekyll Island, About A Boy TV series, An Idea Husband, Good Will Hunting), Peyton List (Jessie TV Series), Billy Zane (Zoolander 2, Titanic, Phantom), Anthony Anderson (Transformers, Barber Shop, The Departed, Me, Myself and Irene), Brian Geraghty (Jarhead, The Hurt Locker, Flight), and Natalie Zea (Detour TV series).
Produced in North America, this unique project is about a man who campaigns to become the leader of his Buffalo lodge in the vein of ‘Election’-meets-‘FARGO’ [...]
We are pleased to announce Edmund Kinglsey, the lead of CAPSULE, has won 'Best Actor' at the Hollywood Verge Film Awards where the film also won 'Best Science Fiction Film'. In addition, Paul Forest won 'Best Producer' and Felix Forrest won 'Best Cinematographer' at the TMC London Film Festival. This is alongside nominations for 'Best Film', Andrew Martin as 'Best Director' and Hugo de Chaire for 'Best Original Score' at TMC LFF.