Aug 0
Aug 0

Do This for Me: LezDiff Cardiff International Lesbian Film & Arts Festival

Thank you LezDiff for screening Do This for Me! We’re thrilled we found a home in Cardiff. LezDiff is inclusive and ensures equality of participation and engagement from Lesbians (including Trans Lesbians), Bisexual women, and Queer women from all sections of society. They’re an accessible festival ensuring that we make every effort to adapt to […]

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Jul 0
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Just in Case: Davis Feminist Film Festival

It was a real honour for Just in Case to be a part of this year’s David Feminist Film Festival. The Davis Feminist Film Festival which takes place in Davis, CA each year, is an annual grassroots event that uses alternative media as a springboard for linking art to social issues. The festival aims to […]

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Jun 0
Jun 0

Just in Case: Sunscreen Film Festival

What a pleasure it was to have Just in Case a part of this year’s Sunscreen Film Festival line-up. Sunscreen Film Festival is known for its friendly atmosphere in a sun-kissed waterfront setting in the arts-centric city of St. Petersburg, Florida. For 17 years the festival has screened top-notch indie films, provided our filmmakers quality workshops […]

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Jun 0
Jun 0

Just in Case: Go Mental! International Film Festival

We’re over the moon to have Just in Case screen at the Go Mental! International Film Festival this month and receive an honourable mention. Go Mental! is Germany’s first and only international short film festival that promotes authentic and destigmatizing movies on mental health. Their goal is to increase the visibility of mental health. Literally! […]

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May 0
May 0

Just in Case: Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival

We’re really honoured for Just in Case to be a part of this year’s Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival. Now in its 16th year, the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival (SMHAF) which is led by the Mental Health Foundation is one of Scotland’s most diverse cultural events, covering everything from music, film, and visual art to theatre, […]

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Apr 0
Apr 0

Just in Case: Fort Myers Beach International Film Festival

Big thanks to Fort Myers Beach International Film Festival for selecting Just in Case at this year’s festival. Founded in 2001, the festival which is based on Estero Island in Southwest Florida celebrates and promotes independent filmmakers locally as well as from around the globe. Within the ambiguous safety of a service station, a concerned […]

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Apr 0
Apr 0

Just in Case: WINNER at Mental Health Rights Film Festival

We’re thrilled to have won the Audience Award at the Mental Health Rights Film Festival in Portugal. This festival is fostered by the Lisbon Institute of Global Mental Health and it’s an honour to have reached and connected with the audience. The film was also awarded an Honourable Mention from the jury. We set out making […]

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Mar 0
Mar 0

The Film and TV Charity: The Whole Picture Toolkit

Launched! The Whole Picture Toolkit! The Film and TV Charity Looking Glass ‘21 Report found that only 10% of respondents agreed that the industry is a mentally healthy place to work. That’s why we’re honoured to support The Whole Picture Toolkit. The free toolkit pulls together 100s of resources into one, easy to navigate website that […]

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Mar 0
Mar 0

Just in Case: LET’S TALK ABOUT IT – Gurls Talk x Viva Fever

We’re honoured that Just in Case will be taking part in LET’S TALK ABOUT IT, an event brought to you by Gurls Talk and Viva Fever which is taking place on Saturday 19th March at The Soho Hotel, London. They’ll be screening three films all exploring different aspects of the conversation around mental health. Along with […]

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Mar 0
Mar 0

Just in Case: Cleveland International Film Festival

We’re so excited and proud to be returning to the Academy Award® qualifying Cleveland International Film Festival, this time with Just in Case. The festival promotes artistically and culturally significant film arts through education and exhibition to enrich the life of the community. Their vision is shaped around being a leader in helping the world discover the […]

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Feb 0
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Ouzo and Blackcurrant: Renegade Film Festival

Ouzo and Blackcurrant is coming back out of the shadows, heading to Atlanta in the US and screening at the Renegade Film Festival in March. The festival is built on elevating marginalized voices. Fostering a sense of community and empowering one another to create. They are proud to showcase diverse content and promote inclusion & […]

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Feb 0
Feb 0

Just in Case: Mental Health Rights Film Festival

We’re proud that Just in Case will be taking part in the first edition of the Mental Health Rights Film Festival in Portugal. The festival is fostered by the Lisbon Institute of Global Mental Health and is a short film festival and international competition that focuses on showcasing cinematographic works that deal with mental health […]

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Feb 0
Feb 0

Do This for Me: World Premiere at BFI Flare

We’re beyond excited to announce that Do This for Me will have its World Premiere at the BAFTA qualifying BFI Flare: London LGBTIQ+ Film Festival. It will screen on Sunday 20th March at BFI Southbank and will also be one of six short films available on the BFI Player throughout the festival. Directed by Marnie Baxter […]

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Feb 0
Feb 0

Embers: Screendaily Announcement

We’re thrilled to be able to share with the world our next feature, Embers via Screendaily. The film is adapted by Dave Florez and Christian Cooke from the former’s 2016 play Experience. It follows a sexual surrogate who is employed to help a psychiatric patient overcome his intimacy issues after 18 years of high-security incarceration. Cooke will […]

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Feb 0
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Just in Case: Thomas Edison Film Festival

Just in Case receives an honourable mention award as it takes part in the Thomas Edison Film Festival this February. Formerly known as the Black Maria Film Festival, this fantastic event has its 41st anniversary in 2022. The festival’s relationship to Thomas Edison’s invention of the motion camera and the kinetoscope and his experimentation with the […]

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Feb 0
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Just in Case: Spokane International Film Festival

We’re thrilled that Just in Case will be a part of the 23rd Annual Spokane International Film Festival (SpIFF). SpIFF takes place in the heart of Spokane, Washington. Set in scenically beautiful Eastern Washington, where sunshine and fresh air are abundant, Spokane is a hip and vibrant urban center that is the state’s second-largest city. In collaboration with Bipolar […]

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Dec 0
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Just in Case: Capri Film Festival

We’re thrilled that Just in Case will have its European premiere at the fantastic Capri Film Festival. Launched in 1995 it is a major building block of the “magical bridge” between the Italian and American motion picture industries as is evidenced by the prestigious attendance of such majors as Warner Bros, Fox, Universal, Paramount, Sony, Disney, […]

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Nov 2
Nov 2

Just in Case: Cambridge Film Festival

What an honour to be back at the incredibly special Cambridge Film Festival and be a part of their 40th anniversary with ‘Just in Case‘. Established in 1977, this BAFTA qualifying festival has been committed to delivering high-quality independent films to the widest possible audience. Bold and imaginative in its presentation of films, the festival is proud […]

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Nov 0
Nov 0

Just in Case: World Premiere at Norwich Film Festival

We’re thrilled to announce ‘Just in Case’ will be premiering at this year’s Norwich Film Festival. This festival has a very special place in our hearts and is a BAFTA Qualifying Short Film Festival as well as a BIFA Qualifying Short Film Festival and was chosen by The Metro as one of “the top UK film […]

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Nov 0
Nov 0

Ouzo and Blackcurrant: Upstate NY Horror Film Festival

Another day, another scare as Ouzo and Blackcurrant screens at Upstate NY Horror Film Festival. On a sunny afternoon, two old school friends, Jeanie and Esta, take a nostalgic trip to the junkyard where they used to drink as wayward teens. But this place is now tainted by tragedy, and Jeanie makes a horrific discovery when […]

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Oct 0
Oct 0

Rose: A Love Story – Trieste Science+Fiction Festival

We’re thrilledto share the news that Rose: A Love Story is screening at this year’s Trieste Science+Fiction Festival and is a part of their Silver Méliès competition for best European film. Trieste Science+Fiction Festival was founded in 2000 under the name of Science plus Fiction by the Research and Experimentation Centre La Cappella Underground with the ambitious purpose of re-launching […]

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Oct 0
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Ouzo and Blackcurrant: Crypt TV

Get your scares in early this year… Ouzo and Blackcurrant will be publicly released worldwide on Crypt TV on Friday 8th October. Crypt TV is creating culture-changing monster stories that bring the world closer together. Written and directed by BAFTA nominee Nat Luurtsema, Ouzo and Blackcurrant follows two old school friends, Jeanie and Esta on a sunny afternoon, […]

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Oct 0
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Rose: A Love Story – Sitges Film Festival

We’re excitedto announce that Rose: A Love Story will have its Spanish premiere at Sitges Film Festival this October. Founded in 1967, Sitges Film Festival is one of the world’s foremost international festivals specializing in fantasy and horror films. Written by Matt Stokoe and starring himself and Sophie Rundle, Rose: A Love Story is the story of […]

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Sep 0
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Rose: A Love Story – Melbourne International Film Festival

It was an absolute honourto have our international premiere at Melbourne International Film Festival! Established in 1952, the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) is one of the world’s oldest film festivals and the Southern Hemisphere’s largest. The Festival has a large, dedicated and growing audience with a well-established public profile as a major event on the […]

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Aug 0
Aug 0

Ouzo and Blackcurrant: The TV Fest WIN!

We’re thrilled to have won ‘Best After Dark’ at The TV Fest in Canada!! Written and directed by BAFTA nominee Nat Luurtsema, the film follows two old school friends, Jeanie (Sara Huxley) and Esta (Cherrelle Skeete), take a nostalgic trip to the junkyard where they used to drink as wayward teens. But this place is now […]

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Jul 0
Jul 0

Ouzo and Blackcurrant: Watford Short Film Festival

Ouzo and Blackcurrant headed over to Hertfordshire to spread some scares at the Watford Short Film Festival! Written and directed by BAFTA nominee Nat Luurtsema, Ouzo and Blackcurrant follows two old school friends, Jeanie and Esta, on a sunny afternoon as they take a nostalgic trip to the junkyard where they used to drink as wayward teens. […]

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Jul 0
Jul 0

Rose: A Love Story: Barnes Film Festival – WIN

We’re thrilled and honoured that Rose: A Love Story has been awarded Best Feature Film at Barnes Film Festival. The festival was founded in 2016 by Sam Cullis and showcases filmmaking talent from across the UKtogether with award-winning films from around the world. They celebrate diversity, passion, and creativity. The BIFA nominated, critically acclaimed horror-thriller is now availableto […]

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Jun 0
Jun 0

Rose: A Love Story – Barnes Film Festival

We’re all warm and fuzzy that Rose: A Love Story will screen at this year’s Barnes Film Festival. The festival was founded in 2016 by Sam Cullis and showcases filmmaking talent from across the UKtogether with award-winning films from around the world. They celebrate diversity, passion, and creativity. The festival has a special place in our […]

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Apr 0
Apr 0

Rose: A Love Story

Our BIFA nominated, critically acclaimed horror-thriller Rose: A Love Story is now available in the UK! You can watch our debut feature on the following platforms: Sky Amazon Prime iTunes Google Xbox TalkTalk Rakuten BT Watch the trailer for Rose: A Love Story here. Rose on IMDb

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Dec 0
Dec 0

Treacle: ImageOut Rochester LGBT Film Festival

We were thrilled that Treacle was a part of the ImageOut Rochester LGBT Film Festival this year. ImageOut is a premier LGBTQ+ film festival in New York State. They present LGBTQ+ arts and cultural experiences showcasing films, other creative works, and artists to promote awareness, foster dialogue, and build community. Their vision is for ImageOut to be […]

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Dec 0
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Ouzo and Blackcurrant: International Shorts Film Festival

To round off 2020 for Ouzo and Blackcurrant the short horror screened at the International Shorts Film Festival. After the inaugural festival screenings in Melbourne, Australia, in 2018 the concept of the ISFF is to offer additional screenings of winning films in cities around the world. Amazing stories and independent short films deserve a larger audience, which […]

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Dec 0
Dec 0

Treacle: Now Available on More Platforms

Treacle is now available on more platforms! We’re thrilled to be able to reach even more audiences! Head over to TLAvideo, Les Flicks, Reel Womens Network or UK Film Channel and join us in flying the bisexual flag high and proud! Treacle is the story of two friends, Belle, and Jessie, who go on a weekend away to help […]

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Dec 0
Dec 0

Rose: A Love Story – BIFA Raindance Discovery Award Nomination

We are thrilled, overwhelmed, and immensely proud to announce that Rose: A Love Story has been nominated for the BIFA Raindance Discovery Award! Since 1992, the Raindance Film Festival tagline has been “Discover. Be discovered.” This Raindance mantra inspired Elliot Grove and Suzanne Ballantyne of Raindance to launch BIFA in 1998 to celebrate emerging British talent. This category […]

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Dec 0
Dec 0

Ouzo and Blackcurrant: New York City Horror Film Festival

Ouzo and Blackcurrant heads over to the Big Apple to screen at the New York City Horror Film Festival. The festival is presented in memory of its Founder – filmmaker Michael J. Hein and his production company Moodude Films. Written and directed by BAFTA nominee Nat Luurtsema her script for Ouzo and Blackcurrant was a finalist in FrightFest […]

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Dec 0
Dec 0

Rose: A Love Story: GrimmFest – Christmas Horror Nights

Who says people don’t want to be scared at Christmas? We’re thrilled to be a part of GrimmFest Manchester’s International Festival of Fantastic Film!! Rose: A Love Story will be screening at one of their Christmas Horror Nights! GrimmFest is a truly independent genre film festival, committed and dedicated to sharing great movies from both […]

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Dec 0
Dec 0

Ouzo and Blackcurrant: Norwich Film Festival

We’re thrilled to announce that Ouzo and Blackcurrant is a part of the wonderful Norwich Film Festival this year! The Norwich Film Festival is a BAFTA Qualifying Short Film Festival as well as a BIFA (British Independent Film Awards) Qualifying Short Film Festival and was chosen by The Metro as one of “the top UK film festivals you need to […]

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Nov 0
Nov 0

Ouzo and Blackcurrant: TweetFest

We’re so happy to be back at TweetFest, this time with Ouzo and Blackcurrant! Our festival started in 2015 as part of the UK Actors Tweetup which has been running since 2010. This is the UK branch of a cross-Atlantic branch of Tweetups that happen in LA, NY, and London. It is the only networking […]

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Nov 0
Nov 0

Rose: A Love Story: BIFA Long List – Raindance Discovery Award

We’re beyond thrilled and proud to hear the news that Rose: A Love Story has been long-listed for Raindance Discovery Award at the 2020 British Independent Film Awards! It was announced last week that the film is also long-listed for Best Debut Director for Jennifer Sheridan and Best Debut Writer for Matt Stokoe. The BIFA’s highlight and reward the best, most innovative, and creative […]

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Nov 0
Nov 0

Treacle: Melbourne Queer Film Festival – Interrupted

2020 may have ruined many plans but it hasn’t stopped the Melbourne Queer Film Festival! The festival has launched MQFF Interrupted, and included Treacle! The event is a largely online festival that’s streaming nationally (Australia) from Thursday, November 19–Monday, November 30. MQFF aims to engage the community with the best LGBTI+ content in order to educate, entertain, and […]

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Nov 0
Nov 0

Ouzo and Blackcurrant: Bolton Film Festival

We’re so gratefulto be a part of the Bolton Film Festival lineup again, they’re such champions for Mini Productions. This year they showcased Ouzo and Blackcurrant. Celebrating films from home and abroad Bolton Film Festival acts as an amplifier of emerging and established talent. Through its industry talks, masterclasses, and networking sessions it aimsto break open the […]

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Nov 0
Nov 0

Rose: A Love Story: BIFA Long List

We’re honoured to hear the news that Rose: A Love Story has been long-listed for Best Debut Director for Jennifer Sheridan and Best Debut Writer for Matt Stokoe at the 2020 British Independent Film Awards! The BIFA’s highlight and reward the best, most innovative, and creative independent filmmaking and filmmakers in the UK. They identify […]

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Nov 0
Nov 0

Ouzo and Blackcurrant: Portland Film Festival

Ouzo and Blackcurrant had its World Premiere at the Portland Horror Film Festival, it’s now returned for the Portland Film Festival and we couldn’t be more thrilled! Portland won’t just be the city of roses—it’ll be the city of film. Described by MovieMaker Magazine as, “one of the coolest film festivals in the world.” There’s […]

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Nov 0
Nov 0

Treacle: MIX COPENHAGEN Film Festival

We’re thrilled that Treacle was chosen to be a part of the MIX COPENHAGEN Film Festival 2020 lineup. The festival started in 1986 and is now Denmark’s oldest recurring and ever-active film festival, as well as one of the world’s oldest LGBTQ+ film festivals. Treacle has gone on to screen at 70 festivals worldwide, shining a light on […]

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Nov 0
Nov 0

Ouzo and Blackcurrant: Sacramento Horror Film Festival

Ouzo and Blackcurrant joined this year’s programme at the Sacramento Horror Film Festival. Now in its 14th year, the festival has a profound dedication to the horror genre. Their mission is to promote the independent filmmaker, their projects, and talent therein while offering a unique and entertaining cinematic experience to fans of the horror genre while further establishing […]

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Nov 0
Nov 0

Treacle: Dayton LGBT Film Festival

Treacle screened at the wonderful Dayton LGBT Film Festival back in October. The Dayton LGBT Film Festival has been bringing the best and newest of LGBT cinemato the Miami Valley for well over a decade and we’re thrilled our bisexual focussed film was a part of this 15th year. Written by Mini’s very own April Kelley and […]

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Nov 0
Nov 0

Ouzo and Blackcurrant: HollyShorts

We’re thrilled that Ouzo and Blackcurrant, written and directed by BAFTA nominee Nat Luurtsema will be screening at this year’s HollyShorts! The festival is an organisation devoted to showcasing the best and brightest short films from around the globe, advancing the careers of filmmakers through screenings, networking events, and various panel and forums. The Academy Qualifying HollyShorts […]

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Oct 0
Oct 0

Ouzo and Blackcurrant: English Riviera Film Festival

We’re excited to be heading back to the English Riviera Film Festival this year with Ouzo and Blackcurrant, where it’s nominated for Best Cinematography and Sara Huxley and Cherrelle Skeete as Best Actors. The English Riviera Film Festival is a celebration of film-making in the South West UK and internationally. The festival has developed from a one […]

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Oct 0
Oct 0

Treacle: Connecticut LGBTQ Film Festival

The Connecticut LGBTQ Film Festival is happening right now and we’re very fortunate to have Treacle be a part of it this year. Now in its 33rd year, Out Film CT is a nonprofit cultural organization dedicated to presenting outstanding LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer) cinema throughout the year, culminating in the nine-day Connecticut LGBTQ […]

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Oct 0
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Ouzo and Blackcurrant: Norfolk Film Festival

Exciting news!! Ouzo and Blackcurrant has won the Best Horror Award at Norfolk Film Festival! Norfolk Film Festival takes place at the beautiful Norwich Puppet Theatre. The festival offers filmmakers from across the globe the opportunity to enter and showcase their work. Written and directed by BAFTA nominee Nat Luurtsema, Ouzo and Blackcurrant follows two old school friends, Jeanie and Esta, […]

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Oct 0
Oct 0

Treacle: East Village Queer Film Festival

We’re thrilled to have Treacle as a part of this year’s East Village Queer Film Festival (EVQ). The festival celebrates queer film in all its glorious diversity. They welcome filmmakers who entertain, explore, and promote queer-themed issues and as well as the downtown avant-garde. EVQ’s further goal is community building through queer cinema. EVQ promotes the […]

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Sep 0
Sep 0

Ouzo and Blackcurrant: Grimmfest

With Halloween quickly creeping up on us, we’re thrilled to announce that Ouzo and Blackcurrant will be a part of this year’s Grimmfest! Grimmfest has fast become one of the ‘go to’ genre film festivals in the World, now in its twelfth year, the festival will see thousands of fans attend between 7-11 Oct at […]

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Sep 0
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Treacle: Released on Amazon Prime

Today, on BiVisibilty Day we’re so proud to announce that Treacle is now available to watch worldwide on Amazon Prime. The film which was shot in Los Angeles premiered at BFI Flare: London LGBTQ+ Film Festival here in the UK and at Frameline: The San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival in the US. Since then, it’s […]

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Sep 0
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Ouzo and Blackcurrant: Hollywood Women’s Film Festival

We’re thrilled to announce that Ouzo and Blackcurrant took home two awards at the Hollywood Women’s Film Festival – Best Horror Short Film and Best Director for Nat Luurtsema. The Hollywood Women’s Film Institute is a Los Angeles based non-profit feminist arts and education organization, bringing together women in film, music, TV, Academia and media, from […]

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Sep 0
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Treacle: Out On Film, Atlanta gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender LGBT Film Festival

We’re so excited for Treacle to be a part of this year’s Out On Film, Atlanta gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender LGBT Film Festival. The mission of Out on Film is to inform, entertain, educate, and enrich the LGBTQ culture by showcasing films by, for, and about the LGBT community and its allies. Now in its […]

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Sep 0
Sep 0

Treacle: Queerbee LGBTQ+ Film Festival

We’re buzzing (get it?) to have Treacle be a part of this year’s Queerbee LGBTQ+ Film Festival. The London based festival is an LGBTIQ community enterprise set up by filmmakers to curate queer short films and show them to new audiences in a fun and informative way. In collaboration with the Bisexual Resource Center, our film’s […]

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Sep 0
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Treacle: New York Lift-Off Film Festival

Thrilled to have Treacle featured again within the Lift-Off Film Festival, this time as part of their New York edition! For over ten years Lift-Off has been screening in the city of New York. It stands tall as the central hub of creative ambition. Bursting from its emergence out of the 20th Century as one […]

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Sep 0
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Rose: A Love Story: World Premiere at BFI London Film Festival

We’re beyond thrilled to announce that our debut feature, Rose: A Love Story will premiere at this year’s BFI London Film Festival. You can catch Rose: A Love Story in the CULT strand of the programme. The 2020 BFI London Film Festival will be the first ever edition of the Festival to be widely accessible […]

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Sep 0
Sep 0

Treacle: Out & Loud – Pune International Queer Film Festival – LIVE NOW

Treacle is screening at this year’s Out & Loud – Pune International Queer Film Festival which is now live to all. You can watch all the 50+ movies, 4 panel discussions and the opening and closing night of Out & Loud – PIQFF via the below login credentials to access the content of the festival. The […]

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Aug 0
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Ouzo and Blackcurrant: FrightFest

We’re thrilled to have Ouzo and Blackcurrant be a part of this year’s FrightFest! The festival was founded to provide the UK with a fantasy and horror film festival of similar stature to the market leaders in Europe and the US. The festival now entering its 21st year has evolved into a community that each August […]

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Aug 0
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Treacle: Macon Film Festival

We’re thrilled to be a part of the Macon Film Festival again this year with Treacle. Surrounded by a rich musical and southern culture, the Macon Film Festival celebrates independent films while promoting filmmaking for entertainment, inspiration, education, and economic development. This is the festival’s 15th year and we’re very grateful for their continued support. Treacle […]

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