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ECHO'S BEST FILMS OF 2018: "APOSTASY"!
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ECHO'S BEST FILMS OF 2018: "APOSTASY"!

Coming in at number 8 of echo’s Best Films of 2018 is APOSTASY. A fabulous feature debut from Director Dan Kokotajlo and cut by echo’s Napoleon Stratogiannakis. A winner at this years BFI London Film Festival you can also rent the film online on BFI Player.

EDITOR MATTEO BINI STARTS ON DEBUT CATHY BRADY FEATURE "WILDFIRE"!
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EDITOR MATTEO BINI STARTS ON DEBUT CATHY BRADY FEATURE “WILDFIRE”!

After wonderful success with her short films, Cathy Brady’s feature debut WILDFIRE is underway and being edited by regular collaborator, Matteo Bini (pictured). The film is being produced by Cowboy Films, Film 4 and the BFI. Nika Mcguigan and Nora-Jane Noone star and play two sisters in a contemporary Ireland.

“LORDS OF CHAOS”: ECHO FESTIVAL FOCUS
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“LORDS OF CHAOS”: ECHO FESTIVAL FOCUS

For Meyhem band’s front man black metal was not just about music. It was about creating chaos. It was about creating suffering. Watch Jonas Åkerlund’s portrayal of the bloody rise of satanic metal in 90’s Norway, with Costumes by Susie Coulthard and Hair and Make-Up by Loz Schiavo, premiering tonight in the UK at LFF.

THROWBACK THURSDAY! BEAN ELLIS ON THE SET OF MARI!
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THROWBACK THURSDAY! BEAN ELLIS ON THE SET OF MARI!

A lovely candid image of echo’s Hair and Make-Up Designer Bean Ellis on set of Georgia Parris’ feature MARI, retouching the lead actress and dancer Bobbi Jene Smith before the next take. We are VERY excited to see the finished film tonight at London Film Festival along with our other wonderful clients work that features in the film; Costume Designer Holly Rebecca, Production Designer Bobbie Cousins and Editor Napoleaon Stratogiannakis.

“HOLIDAY”: ECHO FESTIVAL FOCUS
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HOLIDAY”: ECHO FESTIVAL FOCUS

Isabella Eklöf’s breathtaking debut is showing tonight at LFF! Shot by echo’s Nadim Carlsen, this first feature is provocative and at times uncomfortable to watch, portraying male abuse and domination with stark contrast of the luscious Turkish Riviera as back-drop.

“THE OLD MAN AND THE GUN”: ECHO FESTIVAL FOCUS
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“THE OLD MAN AND THE GUN”: ECHO FESTIVAL FOCUS

THE OLD MAN AND THE GUN is having its European premiere at LFF tonight! Directed by David Lowery and shot by echo’s Joe Anderson, the film sees Robert Redford (soon to be retired) playing Forrest Tucker, the infamous criminal who escaped from San Quentin State Prison with a self-built kayak and committed his last bank robbery at the age of seventy-nine. Sissy Spacek and Casey Affleck star in the picture alongside Redford for a nostalgic dip into classic American independent cinema.

 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE ENTRIES AT THE OSCARS
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FOREIGN LANGUAGE ENTRIES AT THE OSCARS

WHAT WILL PEOPLE SAY has been submitted as Norway’s representative at the 91st Academy Awards. Deeply moving and stunningly shot by echo’s Nadim Carlsen this movie takes the audience onto an emotional roller coaster. Ali Abbasi’s BORDER, which was also shot by Nadim Carlsen is the Norwegian entry and Ciro Guerra and Cristina Gallego’s BIRDS OF PASSAGE, lensed by David Gallego, ADFC is the Columbian entry. We are also very proud to say that I AM NOT A WITCH has been submitted as this year’s UK entry, also shot by David Gallego, ADFC, with Costume Design by Holly Rebecca and Art Direction by Malin Lindholm. Fingers crossed, go team echo!