A two part TV drama. A&E, and the History Channel. Debuts Dec 08 and 09, 2013
“Bonnie and Clyde” were the real-life outlaws who terrorized much of the central United States during the early- to mid-1930s. The pair was killed on May 23, 1934 when they were ambushed and killed on a rural road in Bienville Parish, Louisiana.
Ambushed in their automobile, the couple was shot and killed by a posse consisting of four Texas police officers (Frank Hamer, B.M. “Manny” Gault, Bob Alcorn and Ted Hinton) and two Louisiana police officers (Henderson Jordan and Prentiss Morel Oakley). (Source: The History Channel)
- United States Nov 22, 2013 (U.S. theatrical premiere)
- United Kingdom Nov 29, 2013
From bestselling author, Max Lucado, comes THE CHRISTMAS CANDLE, a timeless holiday film for the entire family.
Deep in the heart of the English countryside lies the enchanting village of Gladbury. Legend has it every 25 years an angel visits the village candlemaker and touches a single candle. Whoever lights this candle receives a miracle on Christmas Eve. But in 1890, at the dawn of the electric age, this centuries old legend may come to an end.
When David Richmond (Hans Matheson), a progressive young minister, arrives in Gladbury, the villagers discover a new formula for miracles: good deeds and acts of kindness. While David’s quest to modernize Gladbury sets him at odds with the old world candlemaker, he finds an unlikely ally in the lovely skeptic, Emily Barstow (Samantha Barks). Now, the fiery candlemaker must fight to preserve the legacy of the Christmas Candle. But when the candle goes missing, the miraculous and human collide in the most astonishing Christmas the village of Gladbury has ever seen.
Starring Hans Matheson (Clash of the Titans, Sherlock Holmes), Samantha Barks (Les Miserables), Lesley Manville (Disney’s A Christmas Carol), and Sylvester McCoy (The Hobbit Trilogy, Doctor Who). Also starring John Hannah (The Mummy, Four Weddings and a Funeral) and Barbara Flynn (Miss Potter) with James Cosmo (Game of Thrones, Braveheart). And introducing singing phenomenon, Susan Boyle, in her feature film debut.
While subjected to the horrors of WWII Germany, young Liesel finds solace by stealing books and sharing them with others. Under the stairs in her home, a Jewish refuge is being sheltered by her adoptive parents.
New Trailer and Information
This is a film we are helping to promote. Best of luck to Ant and Sloane
We’re currently on the road, in the middle of our U.S. cinema release tour – it’s been a great experience, starting with packed out screenings in L.A., and the support for Dimensions has been amazing.
Dimensions is available as of today – on DVD and streaming in the U.K., on wide VoD throughout the U.S. and to buy/rent worldwide via outlets such as AppleTV and Playstation (on distrify and the vimeo-on-demand platform). To help promote, we have a brand new ‘release trailer’ and we’re hoping you will help us spread the word by sharing it.
- Ant and Sloan
This looks good.
Releases Nov 8, 2013 Theaters
Director Mike Newell?s feature film adaptation of Charles Dickens? classic Great Expectations was originally supposed to be released last year ? shortly after the premiere of the BBC series that starred Gillian Anderson ? but has languished on the proverbial shelf for the better part of 2013. However, a film with this much talent involved (both in front of and behind the camera) was always going to see the light of day, we just had to wait a while apparently. It?s finally scheduled to hit theaters beginning November 8, and a full trailer has been released.
This particular adaptation ? as all Dickens stories tend to be is exceptionally British-ed up, featuring a ton of recognizable faces, including heavy hitters Helena Bonham Carter as Miss Havisham and Ralph Fiennes as Magwitch. Other Brit stars include War Horse?s Jeremy Irvine, The Borgias? Holliday Granger, Harry Potter?s Robbie Coltrane, David Walliams, William Ellis, Jason Flemyng and more.
Let?s be real, this movie will be worth the price of admission for the Bonham Carter swanning around in Miss Havisham?s tattered wedding dress scenes alone. This is the sort of role that seems right up her alley.
Watch the trailer ? which is both creepy and lovely to look at ? for yourself below.
For those that have forgotten, Dickens? novel follows the story of a young boy named Pip, a once-impoverished orphan, who becomes a young man of (wait for it) ?great expectations? thanks to a gift from a mysterious benefactor and falls in love with a beautiful, but cold girl named Estella. Oh and did we mention that Estella is the ward of a slightly crazy spinster who never leaves her house and wears the remnants of the wedding dress she was jilted at the altar in around all the time. There?s also a convict on the run, family drama, murder, parents reunited with long-lost children, the attempted smuggling of wanted criminals out of the country, betrayal, and more. (It?s a long novel. A lot happens!)
Given that this is a feature film version, it?s likely that some of the novel?s story has been abridged for time, but there?s plenty of plot to be going on with, so here’s hoping the edits are handled deftly and that not too much is altered from the original.
Warning : Spoilers
Premieres Oct 25th (US)
Golden Globe winner Jonathan Rhys Meyers (“The Tudors”) stars in this provocative new drama as one of the world’s most iconic characters.
It’s the late 19th century, and the mysterious Dracula has arrived in London, posing as an American entrepreneur who wants to bring modern science to Victorian society. He’s especially interested in the new technology of electricity, which promises to brighten the night – useful for someone who avoids the sun. But he has another reason for his travels: he hopes to take revenge on those who cursed him with immortality centuries earlier. Everything seems to be going according to plan… until he becomes infatuated with a woman who appears to be a reincarnation of his dead wife.
From the producers of the critically acclaimed, Emmy Award-winning hit “Downton Abbey” comes “Dracula,” a twisted, sophisticated and sexy take on Bram Stoker’s classic novel, proving that some stories never die. One-hour drama.