Unfortunately due to a few major upcoming (and incredibly exciting!) projects we’re unable to take on new showreel clients at present. Fear not though; we’ll be back at it soon. Keep an eye out on our website, Facebook and Twitter pages for more updates. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch, and we’ll contact you directly.
We are absolutely dead(lighted) to be returning to Belfast, screening Lady Death and the fantastic Film Devour festival. This means a lot to us; we’re incredibly excited to bring our film back to its home city, and we can’t wait to see you all there! Film Devour 23 Black Box, Belfast Wedensday 5th July 2017 Doors 7:00pm £5 door tax www.filmdevour.co.uk @flimdevoursff
We are delighted to announce that Lady Death has been selected to be screened at the Jim Thorpe Independent Film Festival, from over 600 entries from around the world. It will be screened alongside some other fantastic films at the beautiful Mauch Chunk Opera House, in Pennsylvania. Screening: Friday, June 9th at 2pm.
As part of the Belfast Film Festival, Lady Death is being screened at the Queen’s Film Theatre (QFT) on Saturday 1 April at 2:30pm. You can get your tickets here: https://belfastfilmfestival.org/films/short-film-competition-programme-3
We are absolutely delighted to announce that Lady Death has been selected for 2017’s Belfast Film Festival! We’re very excited to see it on the big screen. Many congratulations again to all involved, particularly to our stellar cast, Katrina Mc Keever, Corey Millar and Carla Bryson.
Happy New Year from all of us at QuothMe Films. 2016 was a blast for us, and we can’t wait to get stuck into our new 2017 projects. If you are looking for a new showreel or video, get in touch; we’ll be taking new bookings from Monday 9 January.
Our Mercurio’s Queen Mab speech has been nominated for the Shakespeare Lives competition, and we need your vote to win! You can cast your vote by clicking on the link here.
What’s she looking at? Here’s a sneak peek at our upcoming film, Lady Death. Watch it, if you dare.
QuothMe are currently producing a selection of new, short films in Belfast. For more information, make sure to check out our news, twitter and Facebook pages.
Lady Death has wrapped! Thank you so much to everyone who supported us during the making of our film. We had some amazing donations to our IndieGoGo campaign, with some people choosing to remain anonymous (meaning we don’t get the opportunity to thank you personally!). Thank you so much for your support. We’ve been blown away by your generosity. We also want to thank everyone else who made this film happen, the folks at Shipquay Fabrics in Derry who made us a costume to die for (that was intentional), Tesco on the Lisburn Road for their kindness and support (and for […]