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Done And Dusted!

Just completed and delivered to BBC our 60’ minute version of Garry Fraser’s Everybody’s Child. The date for TX is still to be announced. Watch this space! Read more »

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Aimara and Hot Docs

Aimara Reques, Aconite’s producer, is present at Hot Docs 2012 in Toronto, North America’s largest documentary festival, conference and market Read more »

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Su in Playground

Su Bainbridge has been selected to participate in Interdoc Scotland 2012 to start developing ‘Playground’, an international documentary directed by Palestinian director Wesam Mousa Read more »

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Aconite appoints PMD

Aconite is delighted to announce that we have appointed our PMD.

We had a selection of great candidates. So, we decided to offer the position as a job-share to two talented professionals: Ellen Tolsma and Lorna Hutcheon

Ellen and Lorna are experienced in the film industry and their individual skills will complement each other and will be used extensively in this challenging position. Read more »

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Aconite is looking for a Producer of Marketing & Distribution

As Aconite’s PMD you will ensure that our projects become a glowing success.

Are you familiar with new models of documentary film investment and audience engagement?

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BBC says yes to our new Project: Everybody’s Child

Garry Fraser is a talented young filmmaker who has been turning heads among commissioners at Channel 4 and BBC as well as at film festivals. We are delighted to have him on board as the director of a challenging new documentary for BBC, working title, Everybody’s Child. Read more »

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Creative Scotland says yes

Aconite is proud to announce that our application to Creative Scotland for funds to develop To The Last Drop has been approved.  … Read more »

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