2 films in London Film Festival

We’re very pleased to announce we designed for two films at the 2019 London Film Festival, Alex Gibney’s Citizen K and Daniel Gordon’s The Australian Dream. We will detail more about our involvement in the films after the festival!   Citizen K | Director: Alex Gibney. Producers: John Battsek, George Chignell, Erin Edeiken, Alex Gibney, P.J. van Sandwijk After premiering…

Blue Spill at the Griersons

We recently had the pleasure of attending the 2017 Grierson Awards. Along with editor Andy Worboys, we were representing Daniel Gordon’s Hillsborough, which was nominated for Best Single Documentary. Very excitingly, the film won the Grierson! It was a wonderful evening and we were very pleased to have played a small part in telling such an…

Three films at DOC NYC

We’re very pleased to announce we’ve designed titles and in film motion sequences for three films at this years DOC NYC festival. Last year we were fortunate to be at the festival, on the panel for the Animation and Graphics Masterclass (more about that here), so it’s a pleasure to be involved again. Captive Premiering…

Two Films in London Film Festival

We’re very excited to announce we’ve designed for two films in this year’s BFI London Film Festival. We have the UK Premiere of Stephen Kijak’s We Are X and the premiere of Dan Gordon’s George Best: All By Himself. We’re super excited to see our work on the big screen, particularly in our hometown. George Best: All…

Ken Loach now in cinemas

Blue Spill designs titles and in film sequences for VS, The Life and Films of Ken Loach, currently in cinemas across the UK.  We came on board in the later stages of the London based edit, and met with director Louise Osmond and editor Joby Gee. They were looking for a subtle cinematic feel to…

Listen to Me Marlon opens in UK cinemas

Currently in London cinemas and opening UK cinemas in November, is Listen to Me Marlon, directed by Stevan Riley. We designed the title sequence in addition to over fifty in film sequences. Having worked with director Stevan previously (Fire in Babylon, Bond; Everything or Nothing), we had some early meetings to discuss style and his unique narrative approach. Without the…

We’re heading to DOC NYC

We’re super excited to announce that we’ll be at DOC NYC in November! We’ll be speaking on the Masterclass panel for Animation and Graphics, about graphical goods in general – and also relating to one of the films we worked on which is premiering at the festival, The Sunshine Makers.  The Sunshine Makers is a…

Two films at Sundance 2015

Blue Spill are very pleased to announce two films we designed are heading to Sundance 2015 in competition. Firstly is Stevan Riley’s Listen to Me Marlon, secondly is Alexandra Shiva’s How to Dance in Ohio.   LISTEN TO ME MARLON Marlon Brando was one of the most acclaimed and influential actors of all time. He also…

Four Films in Sundance 2013

We were very honoured to have designed for four incredible films featured at this years’ Sundance Film Festival. These were; Gideon’s Army (Dir: Dawn Porter/ Prod: Julie Goldman) God Loves Uganda (Dir: Roger Ross Williams/ Prod: Julie Goldman) Muscle Shoals: (Dir/Prod: Greg ‘Freddy’ Camalier) Manhunt: (Dir: Greg Barker/ Prod: John Battsek) Three of the films we motion designed…