Our distribution journey continues! We are thrilled to announce that Addicted to Sheep is NOW available to buy or rent online. Different platforms cover different territories but it is now accessible worldwide in the English version! We hope we can reach many more people across the globe.
Please click on the links / buttons below to access your preferred platform:
iTunes: Available in US, UK, Canada, Germany and most territories globally. Soon Addicted to Sheep will be available in French iTunes stores.
Amazon: Available in US, UK, Germany, Austria and Japan
jMAN: Available everywhere except for China
Vimeo: Available everywhere except for China
If you do have any questions please do get in touch with us at email@example.com and we will do our best to help.
EXCITING NEWS! We are so pleased to announce that Addicted to Sheep has been selected to screen at Ashland Independent Film Festival, in Oregon (USA), one of the coolest film festivals in the world according to MovieMaker!
We are looking forward to participating in this lively and vibrant festival that attracts over 7,000 film lovers in this historic town the Washington Post called “a dream you’ll never want to leave”. We hope this is the launchpad for the long awaited release of the film onto the North American market. For those of you who live on the Western seaboard this is an opportunity not to be missed to see it on the big screen. The festival runs from the 7th to 11th of April and Addicted to Sheep will be screened on Friday 8th of April at 3.30pm local time at The Historic … Read More »
We’ve been very busy co-producing our first indie feature length documentary and are now starting to let people know a little bit more about it while we are in post-production.
Directed and filmed by one of our film directors Magali Pettier, it’s been a labour of love and the rest of the team has gradually become hooked, as the title suggests. It’s a beautifully shot, heart warming film that allows you to view a world you don’t normally get to see up close.
Addicted to Sheep is an intimate portrait of a year in the life of a tenant farming family who live 1300 feet above sea level in Upper Teesdale. Nothing about their lives seems easy, but with passion and dedication Tom, Kay and their 3 young children (Jack, Esme and Hetty) aspire to succeed in this beautiful, but also harsh … Read More »