Director Phil Grabsky will be introducing a special screening of Cézanne: Portraits of a Life at RHEGED, Penrith in February 2019 to be followed by a Q&A with the director. Not to be missed!
The Daily Mail gave series 2 of Great Art on ITV this glowing review. We hope you enjoyed it. These programmes are taken from our full length cinema-released films. Most are also available to buy on DVD or watch online.
We’re proud to announce that we won a 2018 ECA Box Office Award for two of our films ‘Painting the Modern Garden’ and ‘I, Claude Monet’ at the Event Cinema Annual Awards in London. #ECA100
We’re delighted to announce that Seventh Art has been shortlisted in two categories for the Screen Awards 2017.
I, Claude Monet has been shortlisted for the Event Cinema Campaign of the Year Award, while Marketing Manager Holly Joice has been shortlisted for the Rising Star Award. Remember I, Claude Monet will be in cinemas again in 2018 for encore showings. Don’t miss it on the big screen.
The winners are announced at the prestigious awards evening at London’s Grange Hotel on 30th November.
Exhibition on Screen has won the 2017 European Heritage in Motion Award in the Film and Video Category.
Heritage in Motion is an annual multimedia competition on themes related to Europe’s cultural and natural heritage for the creators and users of films, games, apps and websites. It celebrates the best multimedia achievements and products, raising public awareness about the outstanding value of Europe’s heritage in all its facets.
The award, which was announced and celebrated at a ceremony on 29 September in Skopje (Macedonia) was made by the jury who stated “The multi-layered approach helps to unfold the secrets of both the artists and the museums and makes the exhibitions accessible to a much wider audience.”
We’ve had films going out far and wide – including some festivals. Both THE ARTIST’S GARDEN and MICHELANGELO were well received at the Barcelona Film Festival and I, CLAUDE MONET recently won a MASTER OF ART award for most beautiful arts film of the year. Mainly though we’ve been busy finishing the film you’re about to watch and working on next season’s. Highlights have been shooting in Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle and Venice for CANALETTO, seeing how much people have enjoyed our HOCKNEY film at preview screenings and beginning to shoot in the south of France for our forthcoming CÉZANNE film. We’ve also had a film shoot just complete in Afghanistan but that’s a story for another day.
We are delighted to be able to announce the release of a 4-film box set of our four major films about composers. It has been a ten year project to find out just who were Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven and Chopin. The films contain dozens of extracts of wonderful music performed by – and talked about by – the world’s finest musicians. Along the way we have been fortunate enough to pick up nominations and awards from the likes of the Royal Philharmonic Society, Gramaphone magazine, Erasmus Awards and many more. They have played in cinemas around the world – now is the chance to play them at home.