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1 TWINSET @ DOC/FEST

Amy Rose’s short film Twinset, made for the Scottish Documentary Institute’s Bridging the Gap scheme, will have its world premiere at this year’s Sheffield Doc/Fest. The film is screening at: 03 Nov 16.00 – Showroom 1 06 Nov 10.00 – Odeon Described by the festival as “a brilliant observation on courage and family and their [...]

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0 ABDUL GOES TO CALGARY

Quark’s award-winning documentary On the Run with Abdul is heading to Canada. The film, directed by James Newton, David Lalé and Kristian Hove, will play at Calgary International Film Festival as part of the festival’s Official Short Film Program #1: The Real World (Documentaries). The film will screen on Saturday 2nd October – if you’re [...]

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0 QUARK IN DUBAI

This week Anna is in the United Arab Emirates, at the invitation of the British Council office in Dubai to talk about Quark’s work and to help promote the Young Creative Entrepreneur scheme, and specifically the launch of the International Young Screen Entrepreneur Awards in the region, which she was a finalist for in the [...]

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0 BEST OF THE FEST

Feature doc The People vs. George Lucas has made it into the Edinburgh International Film Festival‘s ‘Best of the Fest’ pick. Featuring just 25 films from the festival’s huge selection, it focuses on the films that went down best with audiences as well as those that were the programming staff’s top choices. It’s a great [...]

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0 EMPIRE & EDINBURGH

The European premiere of The People vs. George Lucas went swimmingly at Edinburgh International Film Festival this week, with two packed out houses and lively Q&As. Empire’s Sam Toy gave a glowing review of the film in the magazine’s Under the Radar blog, which you can read in full here.  Noting that the film offers [...]

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0 SILVERDOCS TRIPLE

We’ve just had the most wonderful news that three films that Quark have produced will be at the prestigious Silverdocs festival this year. Feature documentary The People vs. George Lucas, directed by Alexandre O. Philippe and produced with Exhibit A Pictures, will be enjoying its East Coast premiere at the festival. Shorter docs On the [...]

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0 PEOPLE VS. GEORGE PRESS

The People vs. George Lucas is featured in the Scottish Herald’s coverage of Edinburgh’s line-up launch. Phil Miller, Arts Correspondent for the festival notes that “one of the major themes is British films and stars.”  He also quotes festival Artistic Director Hannah McGill saying: “The British element is always important, but it is particularly strong [...]

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0 EDINBURGH EXCLUSIVE

We’re very excited to announce that our feature documentary The People vs. George Lucas, will enjoy its European premiere at Edinburgh International Film Festival this month. Directed by Alexandre O. Philippe and produced with Exhibit A Films in the US, the film will premiere to the public on Friday 18th June at 19:45 in the [...]

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0 MILK TEETH IN SYDNEY

Tibor Banoczki’s multi-award winning short film Milk Teeth is still going strong 4 years after its completion. This May it will be screening at the Sydney Biennale, which is arguably the most significant presentation for modern and contemporary art in the southern hemisphere, in partnership with the Portable Film Festival. For the 17th Biennale of [...]

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0 TRIPLE TREAT AT LIDF

Quark are incredibly pleased to be screening not one, not two, but three films at this year’s London International Documentary Festival. Powerful short The Space You Leave, directed by James Newton and funded by the Scottish Documentary Institute’s Bridging the Gap scheme will be playing as part of an evening of UK shorts on Wednesday [...]

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