Seven Devils has recently won 5 awards at the Accolade Global Film Competition including Best Supporting Actor for Cornelius Geaney Jr., Best Supporting Actress for Julia Papp, the direction and writing categories. For further details about all of Seven Devils’ wins so far visit IMDb here.
Seven Devils, Ben Rider’s second feature, has won the Silver Screen award at the Nevada International Film Festival. The film is set to be released on DVD and VOD in 2016.
Interested in seeing the film ahead of then? Contact The Monkey Bread Tree in South East London (UK) at eating(at)themonkeybreadtree.com and enquire about their occasional private screenings of the film.
To Love Somebody has been nominated for best cinematography and supporting actress by the Maverick Movie awards.
To watch the film please visit Vimeo or Amazon.
We will be adding the film to #VHX soon!
Ben Rider’s script Hate Thy Neighbour has become Official Selection for the Global Script Challenge hosted by Oaxaca Filmfest.
To Love Somebody is now streaming on Amazon Instant Video.
For details about Amazon Instant Video compatible players, please visit here for a comprehensive list.
Please note that the film is only currently available on Amazon Instant Video in certain areas around the world.
The DVD however, sold by Amazon.com, can be ordered and watched in most regions (please note it is an NTSC copy of the film). There is also the international release of the film on Vimeo on demand.
To Love Somebody has won two prestigious Awards of Merit from the IndieFEST Film Awards. The film has been awarded in the feature film and direction categories.
From the cutting room floor, some snaps of ‘Forever Tomorrow‘
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OFFICIAL SELECTION – Montreal Cinefest – 2015
Check To Love Somebody out on VOD and DVD here.
The nominations for the Cinefest will be announced on the 15th of July, so stay tuned.
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Roma Cinema Doc – June 2015
So go ahead and rewind the clocks three years and check it out in HD on Vimeo here.