Beverley Matous distribution in the Czech Republic will be releasing No Manifesto: A Film About The Manic Street Preachers on the 22nd of March as part of their One Night 100 Cinemas Project. For an independent documentary which was a labour of love made over 12 years, it’s an amazing release to have outside the UK.
We’re delighted to have the support from the BFI diversity fund to train the next generation of documentary filmmakers in Kent over the next year. Alongside filmmaking skills we’ll be offering films clubs so young filmmakers can get access to a whole new range of films.
A film festival favourite which premiered at the BFI London Film Festival. This will be the third time we’ve worked with the director Jessica Oreck after releasing her films Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo and Aatsinki.
Violet Pictures are very excited that After Tiller took home The Emmy for Best Documentary at a ceremony at Lincoln Center’s David Geffen Hall in New York City. This marked the first win for directors Martha Shane and Lana Wilson for their debut documentary.
No Manifesto: A Film About Manic Street Preachers is available on DVD and Blu-ray worldwide after some great press and sold out screenings across the country – “A cleverly crafted labour of love” NME