Black Car Home Invited to Red Rock Film Festival November 2015- more news soon
BLACK CAR HOME AT ORLANDO FILM FESTIVAL 2015
The film has been chosen for screening at th Orando Film Festival in the USA 21st -25th October. www.orlandofilmfest.com/
My few treasures!
Following festival screenings in 2015 and six UK cinema screenings in late 2013 and early 2014, including two sell outs, a new live event for Black Car Home was held in June 2014 at the SVA in Gloucestershire. It can be done again. If you run a venue and want to host a similar event please get in touch.
'What would you take with you if you were homeless?' Jon Cleave famous as the MC and bass singer of the Fisherman's Friends and star of Black Car Home, a darkly comic fairytale set and filmed locally in Gloucestershire, explores with your help what it is like living in the back of a car, using the actual vehicle from the film. What few treasures would you keep close if you were living rough? Bring a few of your 'desert island treasures' with you to participate with Jon and discuss the stories that make them important to you.
You'll see this short cinema film directed by David Pearson, Oscar shortlisted BAFTA and Emmy Nominated producer and Director of Stroud based Arturi Films and find out how the film was made, and how you can be part of its future story as a full length feature film.
Desert Island Treasures
with Jon Cleave and the film Black Car Home
Sunday 22nd June 7.30pm
SVA, Goods Shed
Station Yard, Stroud GL5 3AP
BLACK CAR HOME IN CINEMAS NOW! JANUARY 2014
Following a run of screenings in December 2013 at Wotton Cinema, Black Car Home, a darkly comic tale, set in the run up to Christmas will feature in a special charity event, Celebrating Cinema, at Wotton on the 18th January with lead actor Jon Cleave (front man of the Fisherman's Friends), along with global hit Mama Mia's screenwriter Catherine Johnson, and bird trainer Lloyd Buck whose Olive is one of the film's stars. This event is followed by cinema screenings in January at Wadebridge and Truro and at the Festival Of Birds in February 2014. For full details and trailer please go to www.blackcarhome.com In Black Car Home,Tatiana, a feisty illegal Latin American immigrant, is thrown overboard and told to 'swim'. She is expecting to find New York, not the banks of the Severn estuary. She is rescued from freezing mud by Nathan, a rough giant of a man who lives in a makeshift camp by the beach. As their quirky friendship grows, an unexpected visitor launches them on their adventure.
Black Car Home: when Tatiana, a feisty illegal Latin American immigrant, is thrown overboard and told to 'swim', she is expecting to find New York, not an isolated English coastal estuary. She is rescued from freezing weather by Nathan, a rough giant of a man who lives in a makeshift camp by the beach, and forages for food. When Nathan refuses to take her to London, Tatiana leaves him. She thinks he's a bastard and he thinks she's a 'Zwodder'! She returns, in need of his protection and as their quirky friendship grows, they share a vivid experience from a surprise visitor, which set them both free.
A CLUSTER OF AWARDS!
RTS ADDED TO PRIX ITALIA, GRIERSON, BIFA AWARDS AND BAFTA NOMINATION AND ALL FOR MUGABE AND THE WHITE AFRICAN !
For details on the film click here
Mugabe and the White African produced by Welsh and Gloucestershire based Arturi Films has just won the Royal Television Society's Best Documentary Award.
The feature film is an Arturi Films Production in association with Explore Films, Molinare Productions and the Film Agency for Wales and is currently on DVD release in the UK, US and France, following a successful cinema release in all three and TV showing on Channel 4. David muses, 'It's been quite a year what with our BAFTA Nomination and Awards from BIFA, PRIX ITALIA, GRIERSON, CAMERA JUSTITIA and an Oscar short listing to name just some, and all very gratifying for us that so many people recognise the film's achievements and the strong emotional reactions audience have when they see it.
The film was nominated for BAFTA's Outstanding Debut 2010 for its Arturi's producers David Pearson and Lizzie Morgan Hemlock and the directors Lucy Bailey and Andrew Thompson and wss shortlisted for an Oscar Nomination. The film was awarded a BIFA 2009 for Best Documentary Feature, presented by Jimi Mistry and Rupert Evans(see photo) to the producers David Pearson and Elizabeth (centre rifght) Morgan Hemlock and directors Lucy Bailey and Andrew Thompson (centre left). In cinemas now the film is released in the USA, UK and soon France.
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