Picrow sent our talented crew The Hall on a trip around the world with Mickey Mouse to create his new birthday video. Now the world gets to share the fun with Mickey's Birthday Trip Around the World 2016, which has had over 5 million views since its release five days ago. We danced our way through seven countries in 18 days, including Los Angeles, Shanghai, Kyoto, Rome, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, and Cusco. Happy Birthday Mickey!
The reviews for Starfish are coming in, and we couldn’t be more proud!
Close-up Film says “This is a well made and beautifully acted low budget film which tells an interesting and moving real life story. It is a labour of love by writer/director Clark and his producers, one of whom is Froggatt herself, who all struggled for several years to bring it to the screen.”
★★★★ DAILY MAIL “Riley is terrific”
★★★★ TOTAL FILM “Tom Riley and Joanne Froggatt give it their all”
★★★★ EMPIRE “xxxx”
★★★★ HEAT “A fascinating and affecting watch”
★★★★ RADIO TIMES “Undeniably affecting”
★★★★ FILM REVIEW DAILY “Outstanding performances”
★★★★ MOVIE REVIEW WORLD “One of the most affecting British films of the year”
★★★★ EYE FOR FILM “Froggatt and Riley… give finely calibrated performances”
Peter Lang, Claire Best, and Diana Phillips executive produced the film with Picrow's sister company, Unlimited Pictures.
A Magritte retrospective called The Treason of Images is at the Georges Pompidou Centre in Paris.
The trailer for Starfish, a new British indie feature, has debuted and a release date of October 28th has been announced. Peter Lang, Claire Best, and Diana Phillips executive produced the film with Picrow's sister company, Unlimited Pictures.
Tom Riley and Joanne Froggatt star in the film, which is based on the true-life story of Tom and Nicola Ray, a young couple who fought to keep their family together when Tom was diagnosed with a rare and life-changing illness.
Starfish premieres in theaters October 28th.
The 2016 Emmy Award Nominations have been announced and two Picrow-produced series for Amazon Studios received 11 nominations in total. Transparent has received 10 noms and Mozart In The Jungle secured a nomination for Sound Mixing. Here is the full list:
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series – Jeffrey Tambor
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series – Judith Light
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series – Gaby Hoffmann
Outstanding Comedy Series – Transparent
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series – Jill Soloway, Man On The Land
Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series – Eyde Belasco
Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series – Bradley Whitford
Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series – Melora Hardin
Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Program (Half-hour or less) – Kina Hora, The Book of Life, Man On The Land
Cat Smith, Production Designer
Macie Vener, Art Director
Susan Mina Eschelbach, Set Decorator
Outstanding Costumes for a Contemporary Series, Limited Series or Movie – Kina Hora
Marie Schley, Costume Designer
Mark A. Summers, Costume Supervisor
Mozart In The Jungle
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-hour) and Animation – Nothing Resonates Like Rhinoceros Foreskin
Andy D’Addario, Re-Recording Mixer
Thomas Varga, Production Mixer
Bill Higley, ADR Mixer
Chris Navarro, ADR Mixer
The original Enterprise, first shot on the stage at 736 Seward, gets a facelift from the Smithsonian.