Mark Kermode


“Kermode Uncut: The Big Sheep”

Posted on February 5th, by admin in Our blogs. Comments Off on “Kermode Uncut: The Big Sheep”

In the last month, we have had a lot of good news. First, we released the DVD of Addicted to Sheep, then we featured in BBC Countryfile‘s “Winter Special”, followed by BBC4 confirming the Transmission date of our 60 min TV version on Feb 8 at 9.00pm and Feb 9 at 11.00pm. And this week we were proud to see the film and The Hutchinson feature on a double spread page in Radio Times. We thought it couldn’t get any better but today we have more good news. Film Critic Mark Kermode chose to review Addicted to Sheep in his blog ‘Kermode Uncut: The Big Sheep’. The week keeps getting better!

Watch Mark Kermode’s blog here.



Addicted to Sheep Now on DVD

Posted on January 17th, by admin in Our blogs. Comments Off on Addicted to Sheep Now on DVD

We are pleased to say that Addicted to Sheep is now available on DVD which includes extra scenes as well as a little surprise inside the box! You can buy it from our online shop here. And that’s not all, on our shop you can also get a little memento of the film as we sell mugs, bags, film posters and even some handmade needle felted sheep!

We are also working on online distribution and looking into distributing the film in other countries. To keep up to date with our distribution plan you can sign up to our occasional newsletter here!



Updates on Addicted to Sheep UK Tour

Posted on January 2nd, by admin in Our blogs. Comments Off on Updates on Addicted to Sheep UK Tour

Over 180 screenings, 28 Q&As and 70 venues, from London to the Isle of Lewis we have been very busy with Addicted to Sheep. Our 85 min film has been extremely well received since the start of its UK cinema release on August 28 2015 and we couldn’t be happier.

The film received rave reviews from Top Film Critics Mark Kermode from The Observer, Brian Viner from Daily Mail and David Parkinson from Empire amongst many others. To read all reviews follow this link.

Nearly 5 months since it all started and our tour continues at cinemas and community screenings across the UK. We have had many new bookings including cinemas and village halls in Lancaster, Worcestershire, Buckinghamshire, County Durham, Derbyshire, Cumbria, Somerset, Wales, Shropshire, Herefordshire, North Yorkshire, Northumberland, Ireland and West Sussex. For more details on how to book tickets for different … Read More »