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  • 'Gold Dolphin Award For 'Sacred Sites - Petra' At The Cannes Corporate Media & Tv Awards.

    Sept. 28, 2018 · (2 months, 2 weeks) ago · by Stephen Rooke · 221 views


    Tile Films are delighted to announce that we have won a Gold Dolphin award in the History / Culture documentary category of the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards. Attending the event last night with over 300 other guests from 30 countries, Producer and Director Stephen Rooke picked up the top History / Culture award for our documentary film "Sacred Sites: Petra" on behalf of Tile Films and our broadcast client Smithsonian Networks. "Sacred Sites: Petra" tells the story of a people known as the Nabataeans who 2,000 years ago created the magnificent rock cut temples of Petra in Jordan and Hegra in Saudi Arabia. Much of the Nabataeans' story has faded from history, but new research suggests that Petra and Hegra could have been centres of a 'lost matriarchy', in which women enjoyed unrivalled power and privilege.

    Tile Films would like to thank our Irish and Moroccan ...

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  • Tile Films “Sacred Sites” Season Two Premieres Monday, August 13 At 8pm Et/Pt On Smithsonian Channel

    July 30, 2018 · (4 months, 1 week) ago · by Stephen Rooke · 451 views


    From the supposed tomb of King Arthur to ancient Egyptian temples once controlled by female priests, the world’s religious sites are home to alluring secrets and mysteries. This summer, Smithsonian Channel brings back Sacred Sites to explore even more enigmatic religious sites found around the world. Featuring advanced scientific discoveries and archaeological research, new episodes will bring viewers to sanctified and historical locations stretching from Europe to North Africa, through the Mayan civilization in the Americas, across the path of the Camino de Santiago and more. Sacred Sites returns Monday, August 13 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Smithsonian Channel. 

    While unraveling the unsolved mysteries hidden within these sacred sites, each episode will grant extraordinary new insights into the lives, culture and symbolic sitesthat left their marks on civilizations of the past and show how their societal impacts continue to reverberate today.

    The second season premiere, King Arthur, studies the myth of one of the most famous ...

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  • Ifta Gala Nominations 2018

    May 9, 2018 · (7 months) ago · by Stephen Rooke · 446 views


    Tile Films are delighted to announce our IFTA Gala 2018 nominations in the following categories:

    Specialist Factual - Aerial Ireland - Produced and Directed by Stephen Rooke

    Camera Television - Mick O'Rourke - Sacred Sites 1

    Camera Sound - Mick Cassidy and Killian Fitzgerald - Sacred Sites 1

    Congratulations to all and fingers crossed for May 31st!

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  • 'The Great Guide To The Future' Wins Accolades At The New York Festivals International Tv & Film Awards 2018

    April 11, 2018 · (8 months) ago · by Stephen Rooke · 498 views


    Tile Films is delighted to announce that 'The Great Guide to The Future' has been awarded two accolades from the New York Festivals International TV & Film Awards 2018.

    Bronze World Medal in the 'Human Concerns' category:
    The Great Guide to the Future: Relationships

    Finalist certificate in the 'Environment and Ecology' category:
    The Great Guide to the Future: Housing

    Well done to the Great Guide team who's hard work has paid off this award's season! 

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  • 'Paramedics Iii' Launching 29th Of March

    March 28, 2018 · (8 months, 2 weeks) ago · by Stephen Rooke · 662 views


    Make sure to watch the third and final series of 'Paramedics' airing this Thursday at 09:00pm on TV3. You can read all about the upcoming episodes on the IFTN website, link below.

     

    http://www.iftn.ie/news/?act1=record&only=1&aid=73&rid=4291636&tpl=archnews&force=1

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