LOST AND FOUND IN THE USA
You waited, you asked, you begged.... and finally we are delighted to say that LOST AND FOUND is now available on DVD in the USA from the folks at eOne.
Buy it on Amazon USA
Also on iTunes USA
The first Amazon review is in... HERE
Winner of the BAFTA for best children's animation & based on the best-selling book by OLIVER JEFFERS, this multi-award winning film, tells the unforgettable story of a little Boy who one day finds a Penguin on his doorstep. Although at first unsure what to do, the boy becomes determined to help the penguin find his way back home…even if that means rowing all the way to the South Pole!
Featuring the endearing narration by Academy Award®-winner, JIM BROADBENT, this breathtakingly beautiful tale about the power of friendship will captivate the hearts of young and old alike.
Thank you for your patience...
BACK TO THE FUTURE.
The result of a collaboration between STUDIO AKA's MARC CRASTE and DAMON COLLINS at JOINT, the film reflects the historic values of TSB's founder and his drive to enable ordinary working people to overcome poverty.
The VARMINTS Soundtrack is available on AMAZON HERE
'AND IN THE ENDLESS PAUSE THERE CAME THE SOUND OF BEES'
Composer Jóhann Jóhannsson draws the title of his latest album from the original VARMINTS book written by Helen Ward and illustrated by Marc Craste and is the music he composed for the a 24-minute film version, Directed by Marc Craste at STUDIO AKA.
PITCHFORK REVIEW: 'As a recording, the album displays a few sides of Jóhannsson we haven't heard before. Among his albums to date, it's one of the most musically active, and befitting its origin, also the most soundtrack-y, which means something for a guy working in a genre frequently referred to as cinematic. We first got to know the Icelandic composer through two brilliant minimal electro-orchestral albums, Englabörn and Virðulegu forsetar, both of which displayed a knack for unifying the whole work by exploring and re-exploring the same themes in different contexts. And in the Endless Pause does the same, returning to a series of motifs and using the orchestration to imply different meanings each time. Though it does incorporate some of Jóhannsson's trademark electronic treatments, this is largely an orchestral and choral work, given a vividly atmospheric, almost spectral performance by the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir.'
— Joe Tangari, March 29, 2010
...We are delighted to be able to say you can listen to it & also purchase it as a download via
iTunes - HERE