#1917Movie is an impressive film, with extraordinary cinematography and a powerful score and emotional performance from George McKay. Definitely a film for the big screen. And not one for anyone who doesn’t like rats... Great Q&A yesterday including Mendes, McKay and Cumberbatch https://t.co/gqV5dokp5d
My first Soho Radio interview - really enjoyed it! Hope the listeners did too! https://t.co/JI66LZbqQH
Feeling sorry for @ParamountPics and @RealRapman for the withdrawal of #BlueStoryMovie from Vue cinemas. This seems like an OTT reaction to one incident that can’t be definitely related to the film. Curious to hear more, but it’s a frustrating situation for the filmmakers!
#motherlessbrooklyn @EdwardNorton what a masterpiece. Absolutely loved it. Beautifully acted, fabulous cinematography and production design and superb music. Such assured direction. #Oscars2020 Congratulations! https://t.co/a76I6NNuqM
Thoroughly enjoyed Knives Out at LFF and now back for seconds with the 13 year old! A subversive darkly comic murder mystery. Daniel Craig channelling his best Logan Lucky drawl and a wonderful cast who clearly had a ball so that we could too. Thanks @Lionsgate #knivesoutfilm https://t.co/aYqLs7TrGO
RIP Nik Powell - an absolute stalwart of the British film industry. His contribution as a producer. teacher and mentor are immeasurable and his passion for the NFTS immense. Our lives will be less colourful without him.
It was such a wonderful evening and @TheDanteMarvin had us in stitches! What a brave young boy, and Matt had us in tears. Thanks @davidwalliams https://t.co/BpNHyniuV0
RT @VarietyGB: Here's @EvaLongoria meeting the Duke of Kent at our 70th Anniversary reception at #BuckinghamPalace. Matt King OBE, a Variet…
Great talk with @Almaharel about Honey Boy, which looks like an amazing film.#lff https://t.co/xBsdJCUeBA
The Art of Sound. Fascinating discussion with the great Walter Murch and with Gillian Dodds (Ex-Machina) and Stuart Wilson (Skyfall). #lff @ Vue https://t.co/aBkeNv0OXT

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  • American Beauty
  • The Constant Gardener
  • The Bourne Identity
  • Gladiator
  • Mission Impossible III
  • Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
  • Shakespeare in Love
  • Shrek
  • Transformers
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  • We Are Many
  • Angus Thongs and Perfect Snogging
  • Curse of the Were Rabbit
  • How to Train Your Dragon
  • Made in Dagenham
  • Shaun of the Dead
  • Star Trek
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HOW I CAN HELP YOU

I will work with you to put your film or project in front of an audience.  Whether you are in development, pre- or post-production, whether you still need finance, a sales agent, or a distributor or you don’t even really understand what that means.  Grasp the implications of every move, know where and how to reach your audience effectively every step of the way, whether they are financiers or the end consumer.

By following simple processes and working together we can build release strategies and campaigns to ensure your film will appeal to the right audience, at the right time.

WHY DO I WANT TO DO THIS?

To be part of the film industry was always a lifelong dream; I wanted to be part of that magical place where you could immerse yourself in the dreams and fantasy displayed on the big screen, and share that experience with others.

Before working in the industry, I never really questioned how I learned about the films I wanted to see, how I listened to friends, read magazines that gave me information about them, how I heard stuff on the radio or saw ads on TV or on big poster sites (it was before internet – I know, really!). I wasn’t really connected to that process, nor understood that there was an army of people called Distributors making sure I was going to be desperate to see the latest hit movie by the skilful use of marketing. Now every person with a device is capable of helping to market your movie, and sometimes they don’t even know they’re doing it. This is the power of social media and it drives the all-important word-of-mouth – more critical now, than ever.

After working for many years in studio distribution, marketing and releasing hundreds of films to all different audiences my love of the cinema experience led me to found ‘Iheartcinema’. Yes, I love the cinema experience; it’s any film-makers ambition to unveil their creation in front of a big audience, but for me, it’s really down to the quality of the content, wherever it is shown and however it is consumed. Fantastic content, be it film or long- or short-form series, can be appreciated in many different ways.

Every film has a voice that needs to be heard, whether in cinemas, on home screens or on a phone. Sometimes, that voice is loud and clear and is able to shout its existence from the rooftops without too much effort. And sometimes it struggles to be heard above the cacophony of other voices out there. Maybe it’s not sure who it’s trying to shout at. Which is exactly where Iheartcinema come in.

My passion is to help you fulfil your passion – your film is your voice, and I want to hear you shout long, loud and confidently.