Red Rock Entertainment, Signature Pictures and the Prince's Trust teamed up to deliver a unique film training initiative, designed to get un-employed and 'at risk' young people film industry ready within a week. We are proud to support Signature Pictures a rare and unique social enterprise production company.
Red Rock Entertainment works hard for its investors, ensuring that its projects have strong commercial appeal. Big names that Red Rock Entertainment has recently collaborated with, include John Hurt, James Cosmo, Alice Eve and Steven Berkoff, and they are also currently in negotiations to work with Antonio Banderas on an action movie.
Over the last 2 years, LiveTree has attracted a range of high-profile partners, including the British Film Institute’s Future Labs, Film London, Red Rock Entertainment, along with a worldwide database of 14,000-plus contacts from across entertainment.
Red Rock Entertainment offer tax efficient investments and a touch of glamour.
Gary Collins, Red Rock managing director, says: “Investing in film isn’t just about money. If you love film, it’s also about meeting the stars and being part of the glitz and glamour.”
That Good Night set for release in May, featuring John Hurt’s last leading role.
Following its world premiere at Edinburgh International Film Festival and screenings at Dinard British Film Festival and Shanghai International Film Festival, Trafalgar Releasing has announced the May theatrical release of That Good Night, featuring the final leading role from the legendary actor John Hurt.
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Red Rock Entertainment has a range of exciting upcoming projects – and could be your way to become involved in the entertainment business. Red Rock Entertainment, which works with the cream of UK talent to bring box office hits of all genres to the screen – whether in the cinema, online or on TV.
Brexit has been one of the most discussed political moves with uncertain outcomes during the last several months. It is evident that Great Britain will remain one of the most influential players in the international arena, which is willing to cooperate with its partners in new formats, continue to implement its global programs all around the world and be prepared to embrace new opportunities that Brexit brings.
'The Stolen' is a feature film set at the time of the gold rush in 1860s New Zealand. The film was shot in the Canterbury region of New Zealand and post produced in both the Saxony Anhalt region of Germany and London, UK by Cork Films, Red Rock Entertainment and MiriquidiFilm further. Now out on Dvd across the the U.S.A and United Kingdom.
Daily Express: Red Rock, based at Elstree Film Studios, is an introducer of film investment companies which quite simply make things happen. Helping to fuel the growth of the thriving British Film Industry, Red Rock works closely with a range of home-grown film companies, acting as financial executive producers, introducing funds needed for the production and distribution of independent film projects.
The Streets of London lit up on Friday the 3rd of November with the native sounds from the Maori hakas, for The Stolen Premiere. The Red Carpet premiere was held in Convent Garden, London and starred appearances from The Stolens’ actors Gillian Macgregor, Lukas Hinch, Emily Corcoran and director Nial Johnson.
Timothy Spall turns in an accomplished performance in this macabre, airless and weirdly oppressive film; the movie equivalent of a one-man theatre show, the screenplay for which Spall developed with the project’s director, Stephen Cookson.
Wasn’t it Sir Donald Wolfit, famed British histrio, who said of his stage career: “I used to be a tour de force. Now I am forced to tour”? Sir Don is one of the few performers Timothy Spall doesn’t “do”, while playing the title prisoner-cum-psychiatric-patient in Stanley a Man of Variety.
Starring Olivia Grant (Stardust), Chike Okonkwo, (The Birth of a Nation), Ed Stoppard (The Frankenstein Chronicles), Warren Brown (The Hatton Garden Job), John Hannah (The Mummy series, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Amrita Acharia (Game of Thrones), Wendy Glenn (You’re Next) and Paul Nicholls (Eastenders, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason).
Written & Directed by Freddie Hutton-Mills and Bart Ruspoli (World War Dead: Rise of the Fallen).
Spall plays the titular protagonist, an inmate of an empty insane asylum who spends his days mopping the floors and watching old comedies. When Stanley realises that the 15thanniversary of his daughter’s death is approaching, he needs to find a way to visit her grave. With the help of 16 other versions of himself, each adopting the persona of a black-and-white comedy star, he finds his escape.
Brighton, the forthcoming comedy starring Phil Davis (Vera Drake), Larry Lamb (The Hatton Garden Job), Marion Bailey (Mr. Turner) and Ruth Sheen (Another Year), has landed international sales representation with London-based Parkland Pictures.
There is an inescapable normality that pops up just as you are reaching for something profound. “What I particularly wanted to get across in Stanley, A Man of Variety was this massive feeling I have about what it was really like to grow up in the postwar era. The point is, without wanting to get too intellectual about it, beyond all this affability there is a disquieting side. In fact, all the jolliness is underpinned by it.”
It is light that allows us to see and differentiate colours. Light in the film industry lets the viewers see the idea lying behind the film. The quality and type of light chosen creates the proper angle that deepens the emotions and sharpens the feelings during the viewing. Learn how light works and how to use it to your advantage.
Red Rock Entertainment are proud sponsors of Boreham FC who made it to Wembley last weekend to compete against Tranmere. "We never expected this kind of excitement, we had no idea we would end up at Wembley just three years later. Walking down Wembley Way before the game, I was shaking my head, still not quite believing the club had made it this far."
That Good Night is notable for featuring the last major screen role of the late Sir John Hurt. He is on typically commanding form as an elderly writer coming to terms with his impending death and seeking to make amends for past sins. Directed by Eric Styles, it is a modest affair, elevated by Hurt's commitment to the role