ANNOUNCEMENT: "Changing Tides" and "Prefer To Sip Tea" to Premiere in UK Cinemas!
We are thrilled to announce "Changing Tides" and "Prefer To Sip Tea" will be making their UK cinema premiere and limited run before heading off to the film festival circuit.
Mark your calendars with these important dates:
Saturday, 23 September at 8pm - UK Premiere at The Regent Cinema, Blackpool
Sunday, 8 October at 12pm - Cultplex Cinema, Manchester
Thursday, 19 October at 8pm - ArtHouse Cinema, London
This is your chance to be among the first to experience these remarkable and powerful films in all their glory on the big screen.
General tickets for these screenings will be available for purchase starting 1 September. The screenings will feature a lineup of four incredible short films, including “Eigengrau” and “Eigengrau: Half-Life” from Out of the Ark Productions, and "Changing Tides" and "Prefer To Sip Tea" from House of Tales and Out of the Ark Productions.
But that's not all! Following the screenings, there will be a special filmmakers Q&A session, where you'll have the opportunity to gain insights into the creative processes behind these films.
As the event draws near, we will be sharing more exciting details about the films and providing information on how to purchase tickets. Stay tuned and keep an eye out for our weekly updates, so you can stay informed and ensure you don't miss this incredible opportunity.
Close your eyes. What do you see? You may think you see black, but you don’t. What you see is Eigengrau.
A group of friends attempt to unravel the mysteries of the phenomenon that is visual noise, and the dire consequences of their exploration lead them into the dark unknown.
"Best Indie Short Film" New York Film Awards 2023 "Best Edit" Athens International Film Festival 2022 "Best Director" London Movie Awards 2022 "Best Thriller" Bridge Fest 2022 "Runner Up - Best Thriller" - Hollywood Gold Awards 2022 Finalists - Canadian Cinematography Awards 2022
Written and directed by Christopher C Arkley,
Building upon the success of its award-winning predecessor, "Eigengrau," this new instalment takes audiences on a gripping and thought-provoking journey that delves even deeper into the unknown and explores the profound consequences of meddling with darkness.
Written and directed by Christopher C Arkley, Out of the Ark
A film about PTSD and not knowing what people are going through on a daily basis.
Set in an office with an important presentation looming, a manager she doesn't get along with and a flirtatious male colleague who doesn't realise the effects of his actions, Ellie has to hide her exhaustion and anxiety from the trauma she relives when she closes her eyes to sleep.
Written by Kathryn Georghiou, House of Tales
Directed by Christopher C Arkley and Kathryn Georghiou
You all know plenty about this film and are a huge part in getting it made!
Written and Directed by Kathryn Georghiou
Q&A with the filmmakers