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  • New York Festivals: Tv & Film Awards 2019

    Feb. 22, 2019 · (1 month, 3 weeks) ago · by Stephen Rooke · 112 views

    Tile Films are thrilled to announce we have been nominated in The New York Festivals TV and Film Awards 2019 for our series with Smithsonian Channel 'Sacred Sites' season two in the following categories:

    Best Direction Stephen Rooke: Sacred Sites 'Egyptian Priestesses'

    Best Editing Jim Dalton: Sacred Sites 'Egyptian Priestesses'

    Docudrama: Sacred Sites 'Egyptian Priestesses'

    History & Society: Sacred Sites 'King Arthur'

    Congratulations to all involved and fingers crossed for a big win!

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  • Wrecking The Rising Rides Again!

    Feb. 11, 2019 · (2 months, 1 week) ago · by Stephen Rooke · 100 views

    If you've yet to see Tile Film's hilarious (and IFTA winning) series 'Wrecking the Rising' now is your chance to catch it again.

    Part one of the the three parter will be airing on TG4 on Friday the 15th of Feb at 01:00 AM and continue weekly. 

    To catch any further details check out our Facebook and Twitter pages...

    FB: https://www.facebook.com/tilefilms

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/tilefilms

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  • Smithsonian Channel Launching In The Uk

    Feb. 8, 2019 · (2 months, 1 week) ago · by Stephen Rooke · 146 views

    Exciting times ahead! The Smithsonian Channel and Tile Films' close collaborators are launching in the UK on the 12th of February - stay tuned for all of the unbeatable programming coming your way including award winning factual entertainment in a wide range of topics, including history, travel, air and space, science, nature and pop culture.

    It will be available on Virgin (Channel 295) Sky (Channel 195) FREESAT (Channel 175) and FREEVIEW (Channel 99)

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  • Accolade Award 'Best In Show' For Sacred Sites Egyptian Priestesses

    Nov. 29, 2018 · (4 months, 3 weeks) ago · by Stephen Rooke · 404 views

    Tile Films is delighted to announce we have been awarded Best in Show for Documentary Programme/Series for 'Sacred Sites Egyptian Priestesses' from the Accolade Global Film Competition, with them saying from the thousands of applicants 'The judges firmly believe that your entry was outstanding' 

    In addition to Best in Show, Tile was also awarded the following for Sacred Sites: Egyptian Priestesses and Sacred Sites: King Arthur

    Sacred Sites - Egyptian Priestesses

    Award of Excellence: Script / Writer

    Award of Excellence: Religion / Ethics

    Award of Excellence: Original Score (Egyptian Priestesses composed by Giles Packham)

    Award of Excellence: Art Direction

    Award of Excellence: Direction

    Award of Excellence: Editing


    Sacred Sites - King Arthur

    Award of Excellence: History / Biographical / Travel

    Award of Excellence: Cinematography

    Award of Excellence: Sound Editing / Sound Mixing


    Sacred ...

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  • Crossfire - International Co-Production Development Fund

    Nov. 26, 2018 · (4 months, 3 weeks) ago · by Stephen Rooke · 432 views

    Tile Films, Dublin and Soapbox Productions, Vancouver are delighted with the announcement from Screen Ireland (formerly the Irish Film Board) and Creative BC to fund the development of our co-production feature "Crossfire". This drama-documentary film reveals the incredible true story of two Canadian RAF pilots and their dramatic escape from internment in neutral Ireland during World War II.

    The official announcement:

    Creative BC and Screen Ireland (formerly the Irish Film Board) are pleased to announce the recipients of their inaugural international co-production development fund. Through the newly formalized funding partnership, Creative BC and Screen Ireland collaborated to support five motion picture projects, each with Canadian and Irish producers.

    The project slate crosses genres and formats, growing and developing content including television series, documentaries and a feature film. The five successful projects selected are:

    In Blood produced by Underground Films and Hoodwink Films

    Crossfire produced ...

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