Monday, 30 August 2010

Running in the East Coast

Running in Traffic has been selected for the 2010 Nomadic Tendancies International Film Festival, Florida USA as part of the Strasbourg IFF, France.

Written by Bryan Larkin (pictured with Anna Kerth) and Produced by Marc Twynholm, Abigail Howkins and Bryan Larkin and Directed by Dale Corlett, will screen alongside a short list of the best international features from the 2009/10 from Indie filmmakers across the globe selected by Academy Award and Golden Globe winning actors and directors.



A powerful and diverse line-up including, The Cutting Traditon, with Oscar winning actress Meryl Streep and Exodus Fall, starring Rosanna Arquette and the shocker horror Frankenstein Unlimited are part of the selection. Lead actor Bryan Larkin also appears as the lead in Brendan McNamee's critically acclaimed debut, Miles Away (Raindiance 2009) also screening at the festival released in 2011.
For more information on the East Coast, USA premiere of the Scottish BAFTA Nominated / Winning and international multi-award winning film visit the official website HERE

Please support the film by showing your support even if you cannot attend by spreading the word on the screening...your support starts at home.

Thanks you for your support, Dabhand Films in association Jigsaw Productions, with ISIS Releasing, Centre Media, UK.
Picture Courtesy of EIFF

Friday, 20 August 2010

Strasbourg International Film Festival


Running in Traffic will screen at the Strasbourg International Film Festival this coming week; 24th August at 3pm, for scheduling information please visit the schedule page of the festival HERE

Wednesday, 28 July 2010

Stop Press!!! UK DVD Release


Running in Traffic will be released on DVD across the UK on the 25th of October...Everywhere!
The film is now available to pre order at HMV, Amazon and Play.com You can preorder the DVD with extra features including, The Making of featurette, Red Carpet World Premiere documentary by Film Live, Trailer and the BAFTA Scotland Winning short film Scene., including other...

Follow THIS LINK to pre order on Amazon. HMV HERE or on Play.com HERE










Friday, 23 October 2009

World rights now with Centre Media

As of October 2009 London based CENTRE MEDIA SALES have acquired the rights to Running in Traffic. For more information please visit HERE. Contact Eddie Leahy

Thursday, 15 October 2009

Running in competition


Running in Traffic has been selected for the official competition in the 11th Os WT - Festival in Norway and the 58th International Film Festival Mannheim. The film will compete the best International feature film at both festivals that take place in November. Also in November the film will screen for American buyers at the AFM, American Film Market.

Sunday, 14 June 2009

The Sunday Herald - If you see only one

IF YOU SEE ONLY ONE SCOTTISH FILM STARRING A BUNCH OF PEOPLE YOU'VE NEVER HEARD OF ... SEE RUNNING IN TRAFFIC
Alan Morrison, Arts Editor of the Sunday Herald

"Actually, the actor Kenneth Cranham is in it for a couple of scenes, and you've probably heard of him. But otherwise this is one of the real talent-spotting finds of the festival. It's about birth, death and all the messy bits of life crammed in between, as a network of characters face up to financial debts to the council or drug-dealers and emotional debts to family or friends. The stand-out performance comes from actor-writer-producer Bryan Larkin, who has the uncanny ability to let his character's past experiences and present turmoil play on his face without having to utter a word. In fact, the whole film has an intense less-is-more aesthetic that's really affecting. Director Dale Corbett and producers Marc Twynholm and Abigail Howkins have picked up umpteen Bafta Scotland awards for short films, but this feature debut takes them to the next level."

British Gala, June 22, 9.25pm, Cineworld; June 26, 9pm, Cineworld


Friday, 5 June 2009

Running in Traffic Red Carpet Premiere

EIFF is always a starry affair, but it helps to know who you can expect to see at screenings. This year's line-up of Gala screenings sees filmmakers and actors from around the globe grace the red carpet.
Don’t forget that after each of these screenings there will be a Q&A with those in attendance, so you get a chance to hear from those involved in the film.
All of the red carpet events take place at Cineworld. Be sure to get there early to get the best view of the stars!

Thursday, 21 May 2009

TRAILBLAZER PRESS RELEASE EIFF 2009


Running in Traffic lead actor and screenwriter, Bryan Larkin has been nominated by the 63 Edinburgh International Film Festival and Skillset as a EIFF 2009Trailblazer.


The intention of the Trailblazers showcase is to unite the work of the Skillset Screen Academies with that of EIFF. The scheme honours their joint commitment to the generation, encouragement and promotion of new British talent; offer Skillset Screen Academy students and graduates an introduction to the UK film industry and the festival circuit; and celebrate the new names issuing forth from the film festival that first brought Samantha Morton, Daniel Craig, Emily Blunt, Andrea Arnold, Danny Boyle, David Mackenzie, Shane Meadows, Asif Kapadia, and Sam Riley to our attention.

Last year’s Trailblazers included actors Thomas Turgoose in the Michael Powell Award winner SOMERS TOWN and Nichola Burley in DONKEY PUNCH, who returns to Edinburgh this year with Michael Powell Award contender KICKS; and critically acclaimed directors Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy who premiered their film HELEN at EIFF 2008.

EIFF Artistic Director Hannah McGill commented, “I'm delighted to name this list of extremely talented and original creators as this year's Trailblazers. They vary in age and background and experience levels, but they're united by the risk-taking work and their clear potential. Our feature film programme has this year offered us a very inspiring range of new UK talent; while the Skillset Screen Academies always provide a very diverse and interesting set of work and this year is no exception. Congratulations to all of them and thanks as ever to Skillset for their collaboration on this part of our programme.”

Wednesday, 13 May 2009

New Teaser Trailer now Online

Ahead of the world premiere at this years Edinburgh International Films Festival we have created a whole bunch of very different teaser trailers and would like to share this one with you.
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Wednesday, 6 May 2009

World Premiere News

Dabhand Films in association with Jigsaw Productions are delighted to announce that their debut feature film Running in Traffic has officially been selected for the
63rd Edinburgh International Film Festival.
The World premiere will be held on the 22nd June 2009 at the Cineworld 6 at 21:25. The long awaited film from the multi BAFTA Scotland awarding winning production company Dabhand Films will compete for the Michael Powell award, PPG Award, Skillset New Directors Award and the Standard Life Audience Award. To be among the first to see this engaging and powerful film and join the cast and crew at the premiere event including Bryan Larkin, Polish star Anna Kerth, Legendary British actor Kenneth Cranham, Atta Yaqub and veteran Scottish actor Anne Downie please visit the Edinburgh Film Festival website. For premiere tickets please visit HERE

Monday, 16 March 2009

BAFTA Scotland Success


Running in Traffic picked up it's first award at the BAFTA Scotland New Talent awards this week. The film won Best Producer for Marc Twynholm, Bryan Larkin and Abigail Howkins. To read the Scottish Screen Roughcuts article on the award winners evening please click HERE to download the PDF document.

Friday, 20 February 2009

Triple BAFTA Scotland Nomination

Running in Traffic has been nominated for 3 BAFTA SCOTLAND - New Talent awards. Marc Twtynholm, Bryan Larkin & Abigail Howkins for Producing, Anna Kerth for Best Performance and Dale Corlett for Best Director. An enormous congratulations to them all and the Running in Traffic team.For more information please visit the link below.

Friday, 5 December 2008

Picture lock

This week will see the picture lock on the movie. The running time of the movie be be about 100 mins including credts. Composer Gabriel Currington and Bryan Larkin are working with Dale Corlett to complete to score for Christmas and Producer/Executive producer MarcTwynholm is writing and arranging some additional music for the for the film

Saturday, 18 October 2008

Running on time

Running in Traffic will be completed on schedule in December 2008. The provisional picture is very close to being locked and with only a few pickups still remaining the estimated running time will be under 100 minutes.

Sunday, 12 October 2008

Kenneth Cranham talks about the benefits of public transport.

Legendary Scottish born actor Kenneth Cranham talks about his involvement and attachment to the film.
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Saturday, 4 October 2008

Gabriel Currington scores the movie


Work is already underway on the film as established British film and TV composer Gabriel Currington produces the original score for Running in Traffic.
'Gabriels' talent as a musician and humainty as a will pronouce the major themes of this film', says Bryan Larkin. His appreciation and understanding of this film is more then a casual reminder to us all.
Gabriel is a well recognized figure in the industry, his numerous scores for Film & Television demonstrate his proven ability to work well with a broad range of producers and directors.With over seven years of professional experience, he has worked on over 70 productions, from feature films, to international television programmes. Credits for film include ‘Rulers & Dealers’ starring Freema Agyeman (Dr Who), ‘Splinter’ starring Nikolas Grace (An Ideal Husband, Daniel Deronda, Brideshead Revisited) and Paul Barber (The Full Monty, The 51st State, Only Fools and Horses) and ‘The Celestine Prophecy’ starring Thomas Kretschmann and Matthew Settle.Credits for television include BBC, Channel 4, Five, ITV, Discovery, TLC, Animal Planet, Nat Geo, Hallmark, and as well on RTS and BAFTA nominated films. He is published by EMI, with library albums with FTP media, Audio Network, Boosey & Hawkes and Cavendish music and has been a panel judge for music at the Bafta awards.

Saturday, 23 August 2008

Post Production update

As of this week, there is a now a rough cut of the movie. So what!? But this is where the real work starts. The final push to complete the film is now underway and a few place cards are present where a few gaps need filled. Expect to see the trailer and other footage from the film out there in the world very seen, along with film stills and other material ahead of the films release in the not to distant future. But you will hear a lot more about it before then!

Sunday, 6 July 2008

Quietly carving away

Although there has not been a lot of posting going on of late, things have been far from quiet. Running in Traffic is now well into post production and only weeks away from the first pass at the rough cut of the movie. The performances are glowing and the team are on schedule for the completion of the film for the years end.

Friday, 23 May 2008

Traffic report


This week BBC Radio Scotland invited us to share the Running in Traffic experience with Scottish audiences. Janice Forsythe chatted to Producers Marc Twynholm, Bryan Larkin and Abigail Howkins in the Movie Cafe. Listen to the broadcast before the 29th of May at the following link

Friday, 16 May 2008

EXCLUSIVE - Shooting in Traffic

Pardon the pun. Channel 4's 4 talent mini documentary of Running in Traffic is now online.
Watch and listen as the producers and director talk about how the making of the film was made possible on less of a budget than the catering budget for Taggart!

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