The Shadow Hours: two new Film Festival screenings in March 2017

Kyle D Higgins shared this amazing artwork for The Shadow Hours, by Rod Reis, to accompany the exciting news that the short film will have its second public screening on 4th March 2017 at the 5th Annual Juggernaut Film Festival in Chicago.

  • Date: 4th March 2017 at 1730hrs (approx)
  • Location: Music Box Theatre, 3733 N Southport Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60613
  • Tickets: $20 from Eventbrite

The 5th Annual Juggernaut Film Festival will be held on March 4th, from Noon - 6:30pm. This one-day event celebrates Science Fiction and Fantasy short films from around the world. It is presented by Chicago's Otherworld Theatre Company, whose mission is to further explore and promote the Sci-Fi/Fantasy genre.

The Shadow Hours: written and directed by Kyle Higgins

The Collection: sold to Iceland's RUV channel

BBC Worldwide has announced sales in advance of this week's showcase in Liverpool, and The Collection has been acquired by Iceland's RUV channel.

In Northern Europe, around 350 hours of drama have been sold across the territories with Maigret(Ep 1 and 2) licensed to VRT in Belgium and Happy Valley (Series 2) to NPO in Holland. Call the Midwife (Series 6) has been sold to SVT in Sweden, The Durrells to TV2 in Denmark and The Collection (Series 1) to RUV in Iceland.

The Collection: sexy drama with sibling rivalries, secrets, and romance

Three new reviews / weekend recommendations for The Collection have been posted online today. The first is an hour's review / recap / podcast from Organised Prime. Listen / download on the website. It is balanced and interesting, especially if you have watched the show, with kind comments about Tom as Claude Sabine to be found near the end of the podcast. Confusingly, the page for The Collection on Organised Prime mostly has info about another show. An error, I imagine.

The other recommendations are linked below. Watch The Collection now on Amazon US and UK. 

“I’ve been asked to restore France’s faded glory. The world thinks Paris is finished and the richest man in France wants me to change that opinion.” So says Paul Sabine (Richard Coyle) in the trailer for Amazon’s newest original series. It’s 1947 and the city and country are still recovering from the Nazi occupation and the war. Sabine runs a fashion house and his brother, Clyde (Tom Riley), designs. The show promises sibling and staff rivalries, plenty of secrets, romance and at least one death. Newsweek

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