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‘Shadows in the Deep’ selected for initial development by iFeatures!

  • 5 July, 2016
‘Shadows in the Deep’ selected for initial development by iFeatures!

Ne'er Do Well Films is thrilled and honored to announce that our feature film project, 'Shadows in the Deep' , has been selected for initial development by iFeatures! Currently, the Ne'er Do Well Films team is in Sheffield attending the iFeatures 2-day residential for the twelve selected projects. Read the press release: Creative England announces the future of regional filmmaking with the iFeatures top twelve Creative England, together with its partners the BFI Film Fund, BBC Films and Creative Skillset, have announced the selection of twelve film-making teams and projects that...

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‘He Loves Me’ coverage in Screen Daily!

  • 20 June, 2016
‘He Loves Me’ coverage in Screen Daily!

So, as a fantastic round up Wendy Mitchell at Screen International has written a breakdown of all the projects participating in the Edinburgh International Film Festival's Works in Progress Lab. 'He Loves Me' gets a wonderful write up and there are so many other great films in the list to look out for!

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Update from Edinburgh

  • 19 June, 2016
Update from Edinburgh

And in the blink of an eye the pitch was done and the meetings flown through! The Works in Progress Lab has been a genuinely fantastic experience, big thanks to the Edinburgh International Film Festival and also to the amazing projects that were pitched alongside ours. Truly wonderful stuff.

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‘He Loves Me’ heads to Edinburgh!

  • 18 June, 2016
‘He Loves Me’ heads to Edinburgh!

It's official, we're off to Edinburgh International Film Festival to pitch 'He Loves Me', the Konstantinos Menelaou directed feature film produced in association with The Queer Archive. The Works in Progress Lab won't know what's hit it!

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Cannes 2016

  • 10 May, 2016
Cannes 2016

Several members of the Ne'er Do Wells team will be in attendance at the Cannes Film Festival repping our slate of feature films currently in development and holding meetings. Come say hello to us on the Croisette!

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Ne’er Do Well talks ’12’ on the BritFlicks podcast

  • 5 May, 2016
Ne’er Do Well talks ’12’ on the BritFlicks podcast

Had a fantastic evening last week discussing our upcoming feature production '12' with BritFlicks' Stuart Wright; we also dished about the fabulous Frontières International Co-Production Market which selected us to pitch the project to a huge room of industry professionals earlier this year!

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’12’ heads to Brussels for Frontières

  • 1 April, 2016
’12’ heads to Brussels for Frontières

1 pitch, 3 days, 28 meetings, 10 pages of notes and an amazing team of people working through every bit of it. Our thanks to Frontières International Co-Production Market for inviting us to take part in this amazing market, we were surrounded by incredibly talented people with some of the coolest looking projects we've ever seen. And a huge thank you to the Frontières team for guiding us through all of this with patience and good humour, making sure we met all the right people and felt welcome and happy at every turn. Such wonderful people. Related Coverage of the Frontières...

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Unveiling ’12’ teaser poster

  • 31 March, 2016
Unveiling ’12’ teaser poster

In celebration of yesterday's successful day at the Frontières International Co-Production Market, we're unveiling the teaser poster art (designed by Nathanael Marsh) for or upcoming feature film '12'!

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’12’ – The Making of the Promo

  • 24 March, 2016
’12’ – The Making of the Promo

In preparation for our upcoming Frontières International Co-Production Market presentation, here is a brief Behind the Scenes video for the '12' promo that we shot especially for the market.

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Abdullah – Shooting on 35mm

  • 22 March, 2016
Abdullah – Shooting on 35mm

In 2014 we embarked on shooting a short film entitled 'Abdullah' on 35mm film. At the time film seemed on its way out and we were looked at strangely when we told people the format we had chosen to make the film with. We're glad to say that the film went amazingly and the choice of 35mm was ideal for the project. Here is a short documentary on our 35mm process. Thanks to our DOP Stephen Murphy who put this together.

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