Ecosse Films

Film and Television Production Company based in London
London Film Festival - Tickets have now sold out
Leeds Film Festival - Nov 3rd - Tickets are available online at http://bit.ly/qgrhRp

London Film Festival - Tickets have now sold out

Leeds Film Festival - Nov 3rd - Tickets are available online at http://bit.ly/qgrhRp

The Wuthering Heights trailer has arrived…

Also the LA Times has published a really interesting article on WH, focusing more on the Director’s vision for the script and the casting of Heathcliffe…

You can read the article here: http://lat.ms/o3PoJG

Becoming Jane

Directed by Julian Jarrold, Anne Hathaway and James McAvoy star in the film inspired by the early life of Jane Austen. 

           

Available to watch on BBC iPlayer…catch it before it expires:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/i/mjsdl/

Wuthering Heights wins best cinematography award at Venice Film Festival

Robbie Ryan, Director of Photography, picked up the award for Best Cinematography.

                                

"No detail escapes Robbie Ryan‘s camera (career-best work from someone who is already one of our favorite active cinematographers), from sunlight catching the dust kicked up by violence to a tear-like droplet of blood off a hanging pheasant (those who can’t stand to watch violence towards animals may be forced to look elsewhere in several places). And night is really night here, with nocturnal scenes only faintly visible, untainted by light pollution of any kind. But unlike Malick’s most recent film, there’s grace in nature, but there’s also brutality; the moors are a place as savage as some of the characters.” IndieWire

Andrea Arnold unveils a gritty and profound adaptation of Wuthering Heights

Some brilliant reviews below:

"An audaciously and satisfyingly stark, direct and radical approach to an oft-filmed literary classic." Neil Young, The Hollywood Reporter 

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/wuthering-heights-venice-film-review-231615

"Arnold’s picture takes a harsh, naturalistic approach to Brontë’s subject matter, with the action shot on hand-held cameras and the narrative boiled down to its bones. Following its preview critics lined up to praise the film’s radical disregard for the usual conventions of the costume drama." The Guardian 

http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/2011/sep/06/wuthering-heights-andrea-arnold-venice

http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/video/2011/sep/06/venice-film-festival-wuthering-heights-video

More reviews to follow…

Teaser clips from Andrea Arnold’s Wuthering Heights