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The Courier released in Cinemas in November.

18th October, 2019

This exciting thriller see's Olga Kurylenko take the title role of The Courier, a fearless woman with a mysterious past who makes a deadly enemy in Ezekiel Mannings (Gary Oldman), whilst unknowingly delivering a gas bomb due to kill the only living witness who can testify against him.

This beautifully shot feature directed by Zackary Adler sets London’s iconic scenery as a backdrop to the intense action packed story, captured by cinematographer Michel Abramowicz.

The Courier was produced by James Edward Barker, Marc Goldberg, David Haring and Andrew Prendergast then edited by Nick McCahearty. With Signature Entertainment backing the film, it has just been delivered in full Theatrical 4K to Lionsgate who will be distributing the film. 

'Working with Onsight was fantastic as they were consistently supportive and put up with all our quirks, insane all nighters and other madness. With their calm and tireless efforts to supply us with the technicians, infrastructure and creative environment needed, we were able to complete the film we are all so proud of.' 

Zackary Adler, director of The Courier 

Nocturnal premiers at London BFI Film Festival

17th October, 2019

OnSight were delighted to provide full post production on this exciting new feature that had its European premiere screening at BFI's London Film Festival this month. Starring Cosmo Jarvis, Sadie Frost & Lauren Coe

This drama Directed by Nathalie Biancheri as her debut feature alongside producers Coco Marie Schnieder, Colin Michael Day, Chris Hees and David Tomlin. Michal Dymek as cinematographer and Adonis Cupples as editor with executive producers Sam Haillay, Alan McConnell, Assaf Mor.

The Elephant Queen on Apple TV launches November 1st

17th September, 2019

An exciting update on this long awaited feature documentary, ‘The Elephant Queen’ will be released on AppleTV+ November 1st 2019. 

Narrated by Chiwetel Ejiofor, The Elephant Queen is the inspiring story of Athena, an elephant matriarch who leads her family on an tremendous journey across the African Savannah, directed by filmmakers Victoria Stone and Mark Deeble.

''You have been wonderful partners and we are extremely grateful for your support, enthusiasm and all the talent that the OnSight team has brought to the film, thank you.'' - Victoria Stone

Onsight’s post producer Jeff Halsey managed the process and our senior colourist Andy Lee, provided his creative expertise on the film, OnSight have been thrilled to be a part of  the creation of this masterpiece and our happy that Athena’s global journey ends at AppleTV+ streaming globally November 1st.

 

 

Tiger Claw Screening at Fighting Spirit Festival at Stratford Picture House

04th September, 2019

Tiger Claw will be screening at Fighting Spirit film festival in London this saturday 7th September at Stratford Picturehouse in the short films competition Part 1.

Directed by James Cotton this comedy short brings back the  Kung Fu genre leaving audiences with stitches - from laughter. Set around 3 young people training in Kung Fu whom are going to a regional tournament until they’re call for justice at stopping a jewellery store robbery is stronger than their call to take the trophy. 

OnSight’s Maggie Maciejczek did the online edit, and colour grade, Andy Lee our Senior Colourist also contributed to the grade of this film with Joana Coelho Post Producer Over seeing the post process for this fun short. Produced, written and directed by James Cotton, & COTTON REEL ENTERTAINMENT.

 

Beyond the Beach : The Hell and The Hope - Screens at Venice film festival

03rd September, 2019

​Beyond the Beach: The Hell and The Hope screens at La Biennale di Venezia 76th Venice Film Festival.

This 2019 documentary, Beyond the Beach:The Hell and The Hope, shows the impressive work done by volunteers for the Italian Emergency NGO. Directors Graeme Scott and Buddy Squires were given access to film the hard work of the medical staff who “couldn’t do nothing knowing they could do something”. Filmed in Libya, Iraq and Kabul to name a few, this important and touching documentary exposes the worst humanity can inflict as well as highlighting the hardworking struggle in order to save the people affected.