Dimensions screens in Nantes, France

We’re very excited to be screening in Nantes, France, three times this week.  Sloane and Ant will be there for the first two screenings and will take part in a Q&A after each.  You can find times etc. here… http://britannique.univercine-nantes.org/programmation/films/

BTW Harry (our dog) seemed to have snuck into the above photo, of the night-time garden party. He’s always stealing the limelight.

Upcoming screenings…

We’re excited to tell you about a couple of upcoming screenings – in the UK and France!

Dimensions will screen on November 11th as part of the Keswick Film Club’s Gala Night in the Lake District. Sloane and Ant will be there to answer questions after the screening, and chat about films and filmmaking in general. The Lake District is stunningly beautiful, so we’re really pleased to have been invited.

On December 5th, Dimensions will be the opening night film of the Nantes British Film Festival (Nantes, France). Sloane and Ant will again be in attendance. Evidently Nantes has some fantastic outdoor markets, so we’re looking forward to exploring!

Dimensions wins FIFTH Best Film award!

It’s been a roller-coaster couple of weeks – first, the awards for Best Film and Best Screenplay in Spain, and now another win at the Crystal Palace International Film Festival.  It’s always fantastic to be honoured at these events – we only wish we could have the entire cast and crew with us!

Thanks as always for all of your support.


Ant and Sloane

Sloane and the lovely CPIFF Award for Best Feature Film.

Upcoming US screenings…

We’re really excited to announce two upcoming screenings in the U.S.!!!

On Sunday 15th July (4.15pm) Dimensions will screen for the first time in New York as part of the Long Island International Film Expo.  Sloane and Ant will be there for a Q&A.  Tickets are available here – http://liifilmexpo.org/sections/tickets.html

On Saturday August 5th (12 noon) Dimensions will screen for the first time in Arizona at the Prescott Film Festival.  Details are here – https://www.prescottfilmfestival.com/

If you have friends or family in the area, who you think would enjoy the film, please tell them about it!  We don’t have a big (any) advertising budget – all the press, etc., we’ve had has been via word-of-mouth…and that is down to all of you lovely people!

Thank you all so much for your help and support.


Ant and Sloane x

“Think Merchant Ivory, only steampunk” – The Guardian, UK


2012 Gort Award for Best Film

We are over the moon  that Dimensions was awarded the Gort Award for Best Picture at the Boston Science Fiction Film Festival!

Cambridge Film Festival dates!!!

We’ve been offered not *one* but *two* screening dates for the Cambridge Film Festival.  Both dates are at The Arts Picturehouse and are in Screen 1.  The Arts Picturehouse is a fantastic venue (great visuals & sound, bar and restaurant), so we are really excited to be there.

The dates are:

Wednesday 21st September at 8.15pm
Thursday 22nd September at 10.30pm

Tickets go on sale on 31st August for Picturehouse members and the 2nd September for non-members (BTW The PictureHouse is well worth joining).  If you sign up for the festival newsletter you have a chance of winning free tickets! http://www.cambridgefilmfestival.org.uk/

Cambridge Film Festival here we come…

Henry Lloyd-Hughes, as Stephen

We are incredibly excited to announce that Dimensions has been picked to premiere at the 2011 Cambridge Film Festival!  We will be appearing alongside Tomas Alfredson’s (of Let The Right One In fame) Tinker, Tailor, Soldiers, Spy and Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris.

The Cambridge Film Festival has a long history of UK premieres and we are proud to be amongst them.  Films receiving their UK premiere at Cambridge have included Barton Fink, Reservoir Dogs, Thelma and Louise, Goodbye, Lenin, Spirited Away, Talk to Her, Bowling for Columbine, Crimes and Misdemeanour, Pirates of the Caribbean and the Three Colours trilogy.

Guests at the festival have included Cate Blanchett, Richard Harris, Joel Schumacher, Jane Birkin, Peter Greenaway, Alex Cox, Timothy Spall, special effects maestro Ray Harryhausen, Krzysztof Kieslowski, Philip Kaufman, Jeunet et Caro, and Hanif Kureishi.  Over the years the festival has selected titles by filmmakers who have gone on to achieve international acclaim, including a student short ‘Larceny‘ from Batman director Christopher Nolan (1996) and the Oscar-winning ‘Wasp‘ by Andrea Arnold (2006).


…a match for the Edinburgh and London film festivals” with “peerless arthouse programming” – The Guardian

…one of the best programmed festivals in the country” – Derek Malcolm

…easily outclasses its metropolitan rivals” – The Times


The 31st Cambridge Film Festival takes place from the 15th to the 25th of September 2011.  Tickets and times will be announced soon – be sure to book right away as this is the first time you will be able to see the film.

The press contact for the festival is:

Toby Venables

Time Flies

Sloane and Henry Lloyd-Hughes after completing the very first scene.

A year ago today, we started principle photography on Dimensions and, as we sit in the edit bay putting the last touches to the trailer, we thought it would be nice to share a few images from that day.

Breakfast eaten and ready for the very first shot.

Sloane and Chris (Burgess, First A.D.) decided it would make sense to have an easy first day – just some coming and going shots across the courtyard plus a little bit along the river bank.  It made sense to start with a light day – it would give us time to iron out any tech issues should they arise, etc.  As it turned out, it all went very well (our tech tests in pre-prod stood us in good stead).

This is Chris calling ‘Roll Camera’ on the first shot of the film.  We rolled on schedule – 8am sharp.

We did have a little rain (a drizzle, really) – the weather was the one thing that was problematic, here and there, throughout the shoot.  Of course, this is England so erratic weather (and a preoccupation with it) is part of the culture.  The rain meant we had to continuously rework the schedule and move inside much earlier then anticipated.

Sloane calls ‘Action’ on the first shot.

Okay, back to work.  Stay tuned for the upcoming trailer!

Alex Turner with the clapper board.  You can tell we had an early start – his eyes are closed.