A bumper news update from the Addicted to Sheep team

Tom on gate

Film-making takes a lot of dedication and patience and we feel like we’ve been working nearly as hard as our farmer Tom.    Thanks to everyone who has been supporting us it’s been a great start to the year for Addicted to Sheep.   You can read all our exciting news updates here February 2014

How to Navigate the International Film Festival Circuit

How to Navigate the International Film Festival Circuit

With Addicted to Sheep, our first UK Indie feature documentary in post-production, it was great timing to join the inaugural webinar by Debra Zimmerman of Women Make Movies (WMM) on How to Navigate the International Festival Circuit.

Two and a half hours later, and armed with a follow-up email package, we’ve saved weeks of research and sleepless nights all from the comfort of my lap-top and armchair!

To summarize, here’s ten key takeaways from NAMAC and WMM’s Film Festival webinar:

1. Define your Goals
Every film-maker and film are intrinsically connected. Research the market and do your best for both in order to grow a profile, reach an audience and develop the relationships that will allow your film and career to sustain. Continue reading

Counting down to Christmas

1300 feet above sea level, on a small family farm 3 young children put up their Christmas tree and count down to the big light switch on.

Shearing Season Begins

A little insight into the footage we are editing. Celebrate the farmers at the start of the supply chain.