Addicted to Sheep cinema release this week

We're incredibly proud of the "Addicted to Sheep" team. Hot on the heels of a fantastic launch at Sheffield Doc/Fest the film is being released in cinemas this Friday 28th August, starting with a week at the prestigious Picturehouse Central on Shaftesbury Avenue. 

Chair of Sheffield Doc/Fest Alex Graham called it "authentic, passionate, profound" and award-winning director Louise Osmond said "I just loved it. Beautifully observed, warm, funny". 

The film received consultancy from Literally Films for their successful crowdfunding campaign, which helped complete the post-production. 

Don't miss your chance to see it on the big screen - see and book tickets now!  Not showing near you? You can organise your own screening at


Stringers of Cambodia in production

"Stringers of Cambodia", a new commission for Hunger TV from Rankin Film Productions and Docheads in association with Literally Films, is now underway. 

Directed and Produced by Max Cutting, James Dougan and Dan Ridgeon the film will tell the story of the "nightcrawlers" who cover the increasing number of traffic accidents in Cambodia. It is being filmed on location in July/August 2015 for release on Hunger TV in October 2015.  The Senior Executive Producer for RFP is Rankin, with David Allain as Executive Producer and Jordan Rossi as Associate Producer. Executive Producer for DocHeads and Literally Films is Katharine Round. 

UK Cinema Release for The Divide confirmed

We can now confirm that THE DIVIDE will have a UK cinema release this coming spring. Described as "an extraordinary piece of filmmaking", "sublime" and "beautiful, funny & heartbreaking" we're thrilled it will now be reaching a wider audience. As soon as dates and venues are confirmed they will be posted on If you bought world premiere tickets, you will receive your invite shortly.

Want to organise your own screening when the film goes on release? Email with "community screening" in the subject header and we'll be in touch with more details.

We anticipate a US festival release in early 2016, rolling out to other territories afterwards. We'll keep you posted as we have more news.

First reviews of The Divide

After sold-out screenings at Sheffield Doc/Fest, Open City and the East End Film Festival we're pleased to share some of the first reviews for the film. DocGeeks called the film "an extraordinary piece of filmmaking", The Guardian said it was "authoritative" and Paste Magazine said it "shatters the image of the golden American ideal"

On social media, we also had an astounding response, including "poignant and viscerally enraging", "brililant, funny, heartbreaking" and "vital and important". 

Here are some of the reviews: