Universal Pictures Home Entertainment Group have hired Multitude Media to handle publicity for the forthcoming release of Amir Amirani’s WE ARE MANY, which chronicles the anti-war protests of 2003 – the largest gathering of its kind in human history.
Today, Awesomeness Films announced their documentary on Tyler Oakley, SNERVOUS, will be released in December 2015 through a limited theatrical release and by Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment globally on all major digital platforms.
Comedy starring Brett Goldstein, Catherine Tate, Natalia Tena, Laura Haddock, David Harewood & Ruth Sheen in cinemas from 16th October 2015
Signature Entertainment are delighted to announce the theatrical and video-on-demand release of Jon Drever’s British superhero romantic comedy SuperBob. Starring Brett Goldstein (Derek, Hoff the Record,Uncle, Drifters and Undercover) in the lead role in a cast including Catherine Tate, David Harewood, Natalia Tena, Laura Haddock and Ruth Sheen.
Starting in early November 2015, we’re looking to hire a publicist to work across our entertainment projects – with a particular focus on film and television projects.
Working from our office in Central London, the role will include pitching for and organising media coverage for the release of films and the launch of television series, as well as supporting our work on personal publicity projects for a range of established and emerging talent.
We're delighted to be working with Twenty Twenty on their new series, The Naked Choir with Gareth Malone, which begins on BBC2 on 22 September.
The series will follow Gareth as he tries to find Britain's best amateur a cappella group, challenging them to impress the expert judges each week using just their vocal capabilities in order to reach the final.
We're delighted to be working with Sieze Films, an award-winning production company whose debut feature SIXTEEN is set for theatrical release from March 2015 onwards.
The film stars Roger Nsengiyumva (Africa United), Rachael Stirling (Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, The Bletchley Circle) and Rosie Day (Screen International Star of Tomorrow) and tells the story of Jumah, a former child soldier who lives with an adoptive mother in London where he struggles to keep a lid on his violent past.