July 2015

Thistle Film Gets Holy With 'Doug & Steve'

27/07/2015

'Doug & Steve's Big Holy Adventure' will be screening at the Thistle Film Night in Edinburgh on the 30th of August at the Banshee Labyrinth, starting at 7.30pm.

 

Come along to see 'Doug & Steve' as well as some more indie talent. Click here for more info on the event night.

'Just Say Hi' Wins At Loch Ness

26/07/2015

We at WDP are thrilled to announce that our little short that could 'Just Say Hi' won the 'Best Micro Short' 2015 award at the Loch Ness Film Festival!

 

Congratulations to everyone involved with the short and many thanks to everyone up in Loch Lomand. Sorry none of us could be there to collect the award but we hope you have a drink on us!

'Where Do We Go From Here? A Year On

14/07/2015

One year ago today was our first day shooting our debut feautre film 'Where Do We Go From Here?' It was Summer, the weather was predicted sunshine, 19 degrees...it poured down all day!! A year on and the film is nearing completion.

 

We can wait to have it ready and out to you! A massive THANK YOU to everyone who has supported us, followed us and helped us along the way! Huge learning experience for everyone involved.

 

 

'Notes' Now Online For All To See!

03/07/2015

Well that didn't take long! Thank you to everyone who shared and 'Liked' our 'Notes' Facebook page and for your reward 'Notes' is now available to watch online on Youtube!

 

You can also watch 'Notes' from the project page on this site! Leave comments and let us know what you think!

Wanna See 'Notes' Forever Online?

01/07/2015

What do you mean you have not seen 'Notes' yet?!? Would you like to watch the multi award winning short film 'Notes' that started it all for us? Of course you would! 

 

Help us get 500 'Likes' on our Facebook page and we will upload it. Click here to be taken to the Facebook page and 'Like' and share!

Grant McPhee Wins Big At EIFF

01/07/2015

'Where Do We Go From Here?' director of photography and Tartan Features founder Grant McPhee picked up the Audience Award at the 2015 Edinburgh International Film Festival for his Scottish punk documentry 'Big Gold Dreams: Scottish Post-Punk And Infiltrating The Mainstream'

 

Congrats to the man behind the camera of our debut feature film.