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Earth One Amazing Day, BBC EARTH FILMS

25th October, 2017

Narrated by Robert Redford, the G rated film is a jaw-dropping adventure around the world. The film goes through all aspects of life over the course of a single day, following the journey of various kind of living creatures. The aesthetically appealing, big-hearted nature plot line is perfect for family viewing.

Created by over 100 film masterminds, with harmonized orchestral accompaniment, Earth: One Amazing Day gives us access to natural phenomenon we'd never seen before, reaffirming just how lucky we are to share this place with all of Earth's inhabitants.

Chinese Opera Jinzi hits theatres all over China

12th October, 2017

Jinzi is a prestigious modern Sichuan Opera that is considered to be one of the best Operas in China. DearHeart Productions was commissioned by the Chongqing Chuanju Theatre to shoot a film version of the opera in 4K/UHD with 5.1 audio, supervised by executive Producers Claire Evans & Vaughn Mullady, with the intent of releasing the film in cinemas around China.

 

The Opera tells the story of Huzi, a man that lived in the early years of the Republic of China. Huzi is framed by Jiao Yanwang, a man who had murdered someone for money. Jinzi, Huzi’s lover, is forced to marry Jiao Daxing, Jiao Yanwang’s son, and is tortured by Jiao Daxing’s mother. A decade later, when Huzi escapes from prison and decides to get revenge, drama ensues.

Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes For Lizards Premieres in NY and LA

08th October, 2017

Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes For Lizards lets you in behind the scenes to see the magic that goes on to create the world’s most sought after shoes. The documentary about the life of Manolo Blahnik, the genius creator that revolutionized footwear design, brings historic footage to the big screen and exclusive one-on-one interviews with the biggest names in fashion, like Anna Wintour or Rihanna.

Growing up on a remote Spanish Canary island, Manolo made shoes out of sweet wrappers for lizards that he caught in his family’s garden.

Susu A Yixi Sun Movie

05th October, 2017

Susu has been selected for the 41st Montreal World Film Festival in THE FIRST FILMS WORLD COMPETITION. More than 100 news articles about the film have been published across major media channels, including BBC world Service, Montreal Festival Official Radio, China Xinahua News Agency, China News Agency, China Daily, Netease News, Sina Entertainment and many more.

Susu, written and directed by Yixi Sun is the story of two Chinese Girls who are offered a film translation job, at a secluded, old English mansion. There they discover gruesome family secrets and learn about the traumatized past of the Kunqu opera star, Susu. They try to escape from the evil they have uncovered, but to their horror, soon realise that the mansion does not want to let them go.

Spring Films: Where The Wind Blew

01st October, 2017

Emmy Award winning Spring Films have created 'Where The Wind Blew', telling the story of Kazakhstan's place in the Cold War struggle for nuclear supremacy, and the power of the human spirit as victims and participants from that struggle found their own ways to survive.

This feature-length documentary follows Kazakhstan’s fight to be rid of its nuclear legacy and its call for a peaceful world free from the threat of nuclear weapons.