Komeda Films' comedy feature film project "A Place in Rome" is one of the eight selected projects of this year’s TorinoFilmLab 's TFL Next programme dedicated to comedy. The programme wants to equip new and emergent comedy writers with the tools which will push their projects to the top of the commissioning editors’ pile.
Torino Film Lab Next 2021
"Ideal Husband" acquired by Shorts International
The short film "Ideal Husband" has been acquired by the world's leading short movie entertainment company Shorts International Ltd. The company acquired the rights to distribute and broadcast our film for the next five years.
Letters from the Blue is very excited to introduce a new executive producer, Christopher Hird from Dartmouth Films. A leading figure in UK in- dependent documentary making. He is the founder and managing director of Dartmouth Films, which has pioneered new ways of fun- ding, producing and distributing documentaries in the UK, as well as promoting the work of new and emerging filmmakers.
He is a former chair of the Sheffield International Documentary Festival and was the founding chair of the Channel Four Britdoc Foundation. He is currently a trustee of the Wincott Foundation, One World Media and the Centre for Investigative Journalism, a pa- tron of the Grierson Trust and an honorary life member of The London Film School.
A new work for Wästberg's lamp w182 Pastille, designed by London-based design duo Sam Hecht and Kim Colin, aka Industrial Facility coming out soon.
Komeda Films is in the middle of the Sicani Mountains in Sicily filming an introductory video on artist/architect Lorenzo Reina and his Teatro Andromeda - one of this year's highlights at the Venice Biennale.
Komeda Films will be following the West Cork Chamber Music Festival 2018; a music festival, established in 1995, that takes place in the town of Bantry, Ireland. It will run from 29th June - 8th July.
@ AIR Studios
Komeda Films films a "Behind the Scenes" documentary for a new album by LA-based company Killer Tracks @ the AIR Studios with the London Contemporary Orchestra.
Letters From the Blue
Komeda Films is producing, in association with Shuffle Films, a feature documentary. "Letters from the Blue” is a documentary on penpalship with deathrow inmates. The objective is to examine the relationship from the perspective of those not in prison, understanding how it makes them feel and how it affects their daily life.
Komeda Films is working with conductor, harpsichordist and organist Patrick Ayrton producing a documentary about the recording of the Jazz Harpischord Concerto (1965). It will feature an interview with composer Joseph Horovitz.
Promo: String Quartet Biennale Amsterdam
Komeda Films has been documenting the first String Quartet Biennale Amsterdam producing several promotional videos with interviews at internationally-renowned string quartets.