“This critical profile covers the bases we have come to expect from these film-makers: glowing gallery dolly shots, informed curatorial comment and a nicely packaged biography” Andrew Pulver of The Guardian reviews Degas: Passion for Perfection. Read the full review here.
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The new EOS film Degas: Passion for Perfection is in cinemas from November 6, and as a taster, here’s a selection of newly released excerpts. In these fascinating clips you can watch curator interviews and go behind-the-scenes at the featured galleries. Watch them here.
Director David Bickerstaff is attending the International Film Festival in Valladolid, Spain, where the new EOS film Degas: Passion for Perfection is in competition ahead of its cinema release on November 6. Reaction has been very positive. David has been doing media interviews promoting the film and will be attending the awards ceremony. Fingers crossed!
EOS Season 6 begins in November. We’ve been filming in various locations across Europe and Japan. You can find out more about the films, see the season 6 trailer and view some behind-the-scenes production images on the EOS website now.
Director Phil Grabsky will be introducing a special screening of Cézanne: Portraits of a Life at RHEGED, Penrith in February 2019 to be followed by a Q&A with the director. Not to be missed! Find out more here.
The Daily Mail gave series 2 of Great Art on ITV this glowing review. We hope you enjoyed it. These programmes are taken from our full length EXHIBITION ON SCREEN films. Most are also available to buy on DVD or watch online.
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Exhibition On Screen Season 5 has been very well received with screenings of 3 new films: Canaletto and the Art of Venice, David Hockney at the Royal Academy, and Cézanne – Portraits of a Life. The season continues with two award-winning encores: Vincent Van Gogh: A New Way of Seeing in cinemas from March 20th [...]
Carol Midgley of The Times with a nice review of Michelangelo: Love & Death, shown as part of ITV’s new series Great Art. Watch out for season 2! “A remarkable, educational and hugely enjoyable series…”
We’re pleased to say that Seventh Art was shortlisted in two categories for the Screen Awards 2017. I, Claude Monet was shortlisted in the Event Cinema Campaign of the Year Award, while Marketing Manager Holly Joice was nominated for the Rising Star Award. Remember, the Exhibition On Screen film I, Claude Monet will be in cinemas [...]
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