David Scheinmann

Believe - In Cinemas July 25

Believe - Theatre of Dreams We couldn't be any more excited to see our dear friend Manuela Noble's film 'Believe' directed by David Scheinmann, get its cinema kick-off.

It's some time ago since we created the title sequences for Manuela (Wachafilm), and producers Ben Timlett and Bill Jones (Bill and Ben Productions). So we are delighted to see after a greatly received festival circuit, which saw the film pick-up Winner of the Golden Eye Award at the Zurich Film Festival, 'Believe' going out UK nationwide July 25.

Manuela let us know that the film will also be screening at 80 schools across the UK on July 15, as part of the 'In to Film' government sponsored program. To then be followed with the US and Canada release on September 12, in all cities that have a major league soccer team - including NYC, Chicago, Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal.

With the Brazil World Cup only coming to a close just days before, we think the timing couldn't be any better!

Believe Titles

We had great fun designing both the main and end title sequences, and as always a real pleasure playing alongside VFX supremo Alexis Haggar and his team at Lexhag on creating a look and feel in keeping with the 80's style in the film. Dean and I are especially pleased with the identity we created for the main title logo, having researched the genre and influences of the eighties. The final whistle came from the producers with...

"It is unanimous, we all love it! We believe it's a winner!!! Thank you so much!".

Man of the match though surely has to go to film editor Julian Rodd ('Absolutely Anything'), for a great 1, 2 into the back of the net! Set-up from a great pass from cinematographer Gary Shaw ('Moon').

'Believe' has been a great film to be involved with. Boasting a great cast, coached by Brian Cox (Sir Matt Busby), with new talent Jack Smith (Georgie Gallagher) scoring lots of goals.

Already receiving some great reviews, such as The Upcoming: (http://www.theupcoming.co.uk/2014/06/10/believe-movie-review/). We think you'll all going to enjoy this full 96 minutes, without penalties. A real match to all 'coming of age' films.

Here's the latest official trailer for you all to see:

http://youtu.be/64mzc1TaTvA

Genre: Children Runtime: 96 mins Country, Year: UK, 2014 Languages: English Screenplay: David Scheinmann Cinematography: Gary Shaw Edited by: Julian Rodd Producers: Manuela Noble, Ben Timlett, Mark Sandell, Aurelio Landolt, Hanspeter Jaberg Cast: Brian Cox, Jack Smith, Natascha McElhone, Toby Stephens, Phillip Jackson

Believe Wins at the Zurich Film Festival

Believe Golden Eye Award Fresh back from the 9th Zurich Film Festival - 'Believe' directed by David Scheinmann, brings home the GOLDEN EYE award in the Kids Film Category.

Having received the news direct from Producer Manuela Noble last night, we are delighted to be able to share our congratulations to all that were involved in the making of the film.

Believe Zurich Film Festival

The award came from votes from 2,500 children and parents who came to see the film. With an average of 2.88 points from an available 3 points score... 'Believe' won by a landslide.

Even better - The audience watched the film in English with one live narrator reading all of the dialogue in German, whilst all the other films in the category were originally in German. A great result you'll all agree.

Here's the official trailer for those that haven't yet seen it. Please enjoy...

http://youtu.be/L9d8qT-em_o

Genre: Children Runtime: 96 mins Country, Year: UK, 2013 Languages: English Screenplay: David Scheinmann Cinematography: Gary Shaw Producers: Manuela Noble, Ben Timlett, Mark Sandell, Aurelio Landolt, Hanspeter Jaberg Cast: Brian Cox, Jack Smith, Natascha McElhone, Toby Stephens, Phillip Jackson

Check-out their official website here too: http://believe-movie.com

Cannes special screening of Believe

'Believe' directed by David Scheinmann, is the third film we have created the titles for to get special screenings at this years 66th Festival de Cannes. Produced by Manuela Noble of Wachafilm with Ben Timlett and Bill Jones of Bill and Ben Productions, and edited by Julian Rodd - the film screen tomorrow morning at 9:30 at Gray 4 and on Monday, May 20th at the same time.

We wish them all, every success at the festival.

Believe screens at Cannes

Post-Olympic Production News

With the Olympics having come to a close. We have managed to pick up a few medals, already winning a gold for 'Riot of Redchurch Street'. The main title sequence for Trevor Miller and Sean McLusky's new film has now been completed. Dean and I are sprinting to the finishing line for the main title sequence for 'The Numbers Station'. There have been a few hurdles to get over first, but we are on target and looking for a great result.

The Numbers Station and Riot of Redchurch Street

'Theatre of Dreams' has already kicked-off another tournament for us. Our first stage designs have been approved and second stage development is now underway. The team is very happy.

The main title sequence for 'Zaytoun' has also been approved by director Eran Riklis. We now head-off to Paris in the next few days to start the on-line at BUF.

Concept development for Stephen Frears's new film 'Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight' for HBO, now goes into the ring ready to come out fighting.

theatre of dreams, zaytoun, muhammad ali's greatest fight

And finally, we also have some extra exciting results, which we will look forward to sharing with you in the next few days.

 

Best Wishes to Danny Boyle

Our best wishes go out to Danny Boyle, Film Director and 'Ringmaster' for tonight's 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony. With the start of the games now upon us. Team RM have entered the Pentathlon of title sequences, having just completed out latest marathon Frankenweenie.

Zaytoun, The Numbers Station, Theatre of Dreams, Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight, Riot on Redchurch Street

Our next events up are:

Theatre of Dreams Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight The Numbers Station Riot on Redchurch Street Zaytoun

We also meet with organisers next week, to discuss entering into more events before the games finish.