News & festivals

We are excited to announce  FIFA - International Festival of Films on Art's has selected Moving Stills for this years program.

Que Caramba es la Vida will have its next screening at the IDFA

Que Caramba es la Vida has its Canadian premier at HOTDOCS.

Que Caramba es la Vida got a great reception at SXSW as part of The Women of SXSW

Doc NYC will screen Johanna St Michael's cautionary tale of using beauty as a ticket to success.

We are happy to have the story of Sami activist struggling to save her native land from encroaching business ventures screening at Planet in Focus.

October 12 and 14th, Penthouse North will screen at Hot Springs Documentary Festival in Arkansas.

We are excited for Johanna St Michaels that her film Penthouse North will have its German premier at Dok Leipzig

We are pleased to announce that Slut Phobia will screen November 19 at the Bath Film Festival.

Tinus Kramer's film following photojournalist Kadir van Lohuizen competes for Best Documentary at Utrecht.


Slut Phobia? is causing a stir. At Sheffield Filmmaker Sunny Bergman took part in a provocative panel discussion about Sex on Screen, How Far Can We Go.

Moving Stills will competes for the Gate of Freedom award at the Gdansk Doc Film Festival

We are proud that Slut Phobia? will be screening in Festival Favorites at Docville in Leuven.

We are proud to announce that A Life Exposed Robyn Beeche has won two awards at WOW, World of Women Film Festival in Sydney. Best Australian Documentary and Best Editing.

The Tundra Tale a film by Rene Harder had its international premierat Locarno in the Semaine de la critique

Slut Phobia? had its world premier at the NFF in competition for Best Documentary

Tinus Kramer's film about photo journalist Kadir van Lohuizen premiered at the IDFA and competed in the Dutch documentary catagory

We are excited to announce that A Life Exposed; Robyn Beeche a photographer transformed will have its Canadian premier at the Montreal International Festival of Films on Art.

We are proud to announce My Stolen Revolution has won the Leipziger Ring, Best Documentary about the subject of democarcy at Doc Leipzig.

Filmmaker Nahid Persson wins best documentary director at this year's Noor Iranian Film Festival

We are thrilled by the news that Peter Higgs has won the Nobel Prize for Physics. Higgs into the Heart of Imagination brings his work and his modest acceptance of the discovery of the Higgs boson to the screen.

My Stolen Revolution continues its vigorous festival run. We are excited to announce that it will screen at Docs Leipzig immediately after its screening at the Noor Film Festival in Los Angeles

We are proud of Lesley Branagan and her film's selection as a finalist in the Australian Arts in Asia Award

We are please to announce that Appassionata will screen on July 3rd and 6th at the 24th Festival International de Cinema - Marseille

My Stolen Revolution competes for Best Documentary this June at the Los Angeles Film Festival

We are excited by the interest in My Stolen Revoution. It screens:

It's All True Film Festival Sao Paulo 4 April

Jeonju International Film Festival South Korea 25 April

Vancouver International Film Festival 26 September

Warsaw Film Festival October 11

We are proud to see Appassionata screening at Ankara International Film Festival

My Stolen Revolution wins Documentary Award at the Tempo Film Festival in Stockholm.

My Stolen Revolution at Tempo Documentary Film Festival. Films that speak their mind.