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1st October 2021

Raven’s Hollow in production

“Raven’s Hollow” is a  mystery horror directed by Christopher Hatton and starring William Moseley has started production in Lativa. The film  is produced by Canoe Film, Cinevilla Studios and 828 Media Capital with financing from Creativity Capital.  It has been acquired by Shudder for U.S., UK, Australia and New Zealand. The film will launch in 2022.

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  • 28th July 2021

    A Banquet sets TIFF Premiere

    Variety reports that “A Banquet” has been added to Toronto’s Discovery line-up for it’s North American Premiere.

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  • 12th February 2021

    SAS: Red Notice – trailer and release date

    Outlander star Sam Heughan’s new movie SAS: Red Notice has published the first trailer ahead of its release next month.

    SAS: Red Notice is a Sky Original film based on the book of the same name by former SAS operator Andy McNab.

    The movie is based around the character Tom Buckingham (Sam Heughan), a Special Forces operative who gets caught up in a train hijacking in the Channel Tunnel.

    SAS: Red Notice is written and produced by Laurence Malkin and is directed by The Walking Dead’s Magnus Martens. The movie is set for release next month and will be available to watch on Sky Cinema – it will also be available on the streaming service NOW TV via the Sky Cinema Pass.

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  • 3rd September 2020

    Creativity Capital provides finance to “A Banquet”

    Creativity Capital has boarded Ruth Paxton’s directorial debut, the psychological horror A BANQUET. The feature is written by AFI alumnus Justin Bull and was shot on location in London during July and August 2020. HanWay Films has picked up worldwide sales rights and will introduce the film to buyers this fall.

    A BANQUET stars Sienna Guillory (Resident Evil film series, High Rise), British rising stars Jessica Alexander (Get Even) and Ruby Stokes (Rocks, Una), and award-winning actress Linsday Duncan CBE (Made in Italy, Private Lives).

    Producers on the picture are Leonora Darby, Mark Lane and James Harris for Tea Shop Productions (47 Meters Down, I Am Not A Serial Killer, Cockneys Vs Zombies), Nik Bower (Final Portrait, The Wedding Guest) for Riverstone Pictures and Laure Vaysse (Tell It to the Bees) for REP Productions 8 Ltd.

    The film has been funded by Motion Picture Capital, Riverstone and Creativity Capital. Executive Producers are Deepak Nayar alongside Jeremy Baxter and Patrick Fischer and Richard Kondal.

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  • 6th January 2020

    Creativity attending IFFR

    We are looking forward to attend the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) on the 27th and 28th of January.

    Our Managing Director, Patrick Fischer, will be speaking as part of the 20th edition of the Rotterdam Lab, IFFR Pro’s five-day talent development programme for producers.

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  • 7th November 2019

    Epic Pictures closes multiple territories on TIFF selection ‘Sea Fever’

    Epic Pictures Group has closed key territories on deals on the sci-fi thriller Sea Fever that premiered in Toronto and stars Hermione Corfield, Connie Nielsen, and Dougray Scott.

    Director of international sales Kalani Dreimanis has licensed rights on Neasa Hardiman’s debut feature debut to the UK (Signature), Australia and New Zealand (Icon), CIS (Kinologistika), Mexico, Colombia and Central America (Gussi), South Korea (Challan), Japan (Inter Film), Middle East (Eagle), and Philippines (Pioneer).

    Gunpowder & Sky’s sci-fi label Dust previously acquired US rights. Media Networks and The Walt Disney Company took Southeast Asia and pan-Asia pay-TV, and Entertainment In Motion acquired airlines rights.

    Corfield stars as a young marine biology student on a fishing trawler who must overcome not just the dynamic of the close-knit crew but a mysterious life form from the deep. Sea Fever recently received its US premiere at Austin’s Fantastic Fest, and will soon screen at the Trieste Science+Fiction Festival in Italy.

    Epic Pictures’ AFM slate includes SXSW premiere Extra Ordinary, and upcoming titles The Winter Lake, The Ballad Of Audrey Earnshaw, and Lucky.

    Brendan McCarthy and John McDonnell produced, and Börje Hansson, Jean-Yves Roubin, Cassandre Warnauts and Eddie Dick served as co-producers. Executive producers are Epic’s Patrick Ewald along with Shaked Berenson, Patrick Fischer, and Jonathan Feuer, and Lesley McKimm for Screen Ireland, and Peter Possne for Film i Väst.

    Co-financiers are Screen Ireland, RTÉ Television, the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, Film i Väst, Swedish Film Institute, Wallimage, Belgian Tax Shelter, Casa Kafka Pictures (powered by Belfius), VooTV, Creative Scotland, Creativity Capital and Epic Pictures Group. Sea Fever was developed with the support of both the Creative Europe MEDIA programme and Screen Ireland and was also a participant on the Frontieres international co-production market.

    This article first appeared in Screendaily.

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  • 4th September 2019

    Creativity Capital and Epic Pictures announce partnership

    Creativity Capital is teaming with LA-based Epic Pictures Group on a deal that will see both companies co-finance and co-distribute feature films in Epic’s horror, sci-fi and action wheelhouse. The aim is to target pics in the $1 million-$10 million range, and also seek completed movies to acquire.

    The pact makes official a partnership already underway on two films now seeking U.S. distribution. The first is “Sea Fever”, a horror thriller from Irish helmer Neasa Hardiman starring Connie Nielsen, Dougray Scott and Hermione Corfield. The companies also partnered on The Winter Lake, the feature debut of Phil Sheerin and toplined by Emma Mackey and Anson Boon.

    Epic Pictures Group, whose credits include the 2017 TIFF film The Lodgers, is handling worldwide sales for both pics, and serves as an executive producer/investor for both titles. Creativity Capital, which previously financed the 2018 documentary McQueen and the 2016 Sundance pic Under the Shadow, provided a financing and production loan for Sea Fever, and tax credit financing for The Winter Lake, serving as an executive producer on both.

    “We had a terrific experience working with Patrick Fischer and Creativity on Sea Fever and The Winter Lake,” said Epic founder and CEO Patrick Ewald. “This new and dynamic venture will allow us to build on an already successful relationship to move even quicker on financing films and television for production and acquisition.”

    Creativity Capital’s Managing Director Patrick Fischer adds “Having met at the brilliant Frontières Market in 2017, we hit the ground running on Sea Fever and jumped in to help The Winter Lake get greenlit. Epic Pictures have been an outstanding partner on both titles and we look forward to expand our relationship with this partnership.”

    ‘The Lodgers’ Producer Epic Pictures And Creativity Capital Ink Deal As ‘Sea Fever’ Rises – Toronto

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  • 24th April 2019

    Fulwell 73 acquires stake in Creativity Capital

    Fulwell 73, the acclaimed production company behind ‘Carpool Karaoke’, ‘The Late Late Show’ and UK sensation ‘Bros: After the Screaming Stops’ has acquired a minority stake in London-based film finance company Creativity Capital for an undisclosed sum.

    Fulwell 73 Partner Leo Pearlman joins the board of Creativity Capital which continues to be run by Managing Director and Founder Patrick Fischer and Director and Co-founder Richard Kondal.

    Since being founded in 2013 Creativity Capital has specialised in structured lending for the film and television industry and has helped finance 23 films for Netflix, BBC Films, Universal Pictures and other prolific production and sales companies. These include the BAFTA and Sundance winning “Under The Shadow” and the critically acclaimed Alexander McQueen biopic “McQueen”.

    The news follows Fulwell 73’s recent acquisition of the financier’s sister company Creativity Media, a post-production house, which closed in March 2019.

    This is the latest Fulwell 73 deal since Valence Media’s £45 million investment in the production company in September 2018, extending its strong growth in London and Los Angeles.

    Patrick Fischer, Managing Director of Creativity Capital, comments: “Partnering with Fulwell 73 brings with it a host of opportunities for us. Fulwell 73’s reach into the U.S. market, their deep understanding of television and serialized content as well as access to capital, made their proposition a no-brainer for us. I look forward to working with Leo in taking Creativity Capital to the next level.”

    Leo Pearlman, Partner of Fulwell 73, said: “Creativity Capital has an impressive track record of financing a number of exciting and important film projects over the last few years and, with Fulwell taking a stake in the company, this brings the benefit of our presence in the US and in television to Patrick, Richard and the team at Creativity Capital, to further expand the types of projects they get involved with going forward. I look forward to joining their board continuing that work with them.”

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  • 9th January 2019

    McQueen BAFTA nomination

    The Creativity Capital team would like to congratulate all nominees of the 72nd BAFTA awards.

    Of course we are most excited to congratulate the filmmakers behind our own “McQueen”, a double BAFTA nomination for both “Outstanding British Film of the Year and Best Documentary”!

    Directed by Ian Bonhote and co-directed and written by Peter Ettedgui, McQueen tells the story of legendary British fashion designer Alexander McQueen’s life and career. Creativity Capital has fully financed and executive produced the film.

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  • 11th June 2018

    Critics Review McQueen

    The team at Creativity are pleased to see positive reviews of McQueen since it’s release on Friday!

    The film received a four star rating from both The Times and The Telegraph.

    The Guardian matched this rating and said “the film-makers capture the impact he had on the people around him.”

    While The Independent commented “the filmmakers celebrate his prodigious achievements but the sadness is that he never managed to escape the hothouse world of the fashion industry.”

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