A short, immersive film exploring the embers of a party that has to end - scored by 3D & Young Fathers / Directed & produced by Mark Donne & Joe Morris.
Written by Mark Donne / Produced & Directed by Joe Morris & Mark Donne
Starring Eddie Elliot and Manuela Maletta / Directed by Joe Morris / Produced by Mark Donne / Director of Photography Jordan Cushing / Stylist Emily Attrill / Hair & Makeup Anna Hall / Edited by Joe Morris
Directed by Mark Donne / Shot and edited by Joe Morris / Narrated by Julie Christie / Soundtrack by Jim Carey and Drew McConnell / Location sound and dubbing mix by Inventive Audio / Colourist Joseph Bicknell / Produced by Mark Donne and Joe Morris for Brass Moustache Films
Directed by Mark Donne / Edited by Joe Morris / Director of Photography: Mark Nutkins / 1st Assistant Camera: Rana Darwish / 2nd Assistant Camera: Aaron Rogers / Colourist: Joseph Bicknell / Score by Anthony Rossomando / / Produced by Mark Donne & Joe Morris / A Brass Moustache film for Tate
Director: Mark Donne / Director of Photography: Joe Morris / Narrator: Dominic West / Music: Thom Yorke and Robert Del Naja with Guy Garvey (Elbow) / Executive Producer: Remy Blumenfeld / Producers: Joe Morris and Mark Donne
"The UK Gold" was released in 2013 to wide critical acclaim. The film received the Best Documentary Jury Prize (chaired by Morgan Spurlock) at the East End Film Festival and was nominated for the "Fact Journalism Prize" at CPH: DOX (Copenhagen International).
The film is presently official selection at various international film festivals and the international distribution agent for broadcast purposes is DRG.
"Fascinating, disturbing and ultimately, gripping"
"The kind of film to get the blood boiling & steam hissing out of your ears...an ambitious & admirably clear assault"
"A shining piece of film-making on the darkness at the heart of the City ... this is a film no one should avoid"
Director: Mark Donne / Director of Photography: Joe Morris / Narrator: Carl Barat / Music: Anthony Rossomando, Rose Elinor Dougall, Jamie Reynolds (The Klaxons)
"The Rime of the Modern Mariner" was released in 2010 to wide critical acclaim. The film was the subject of a BBC1 cultural feature transmitted in June 2010, and was chosen as The Times newspaper "Film of the Week".
The film was official selection at various film festivals including SXSW Film Festival (Texas, USA), The East End Film Festival (London), Ghent Film Festival (Belgium), Cinecity Film Festival (UK), Mexico City Film Festival (Mexico) and remains attached to a programme of forthcoming international festivals. The film also received prestigious theatrical screenings at Pompidou Centre (France), BAFTA Arena of Latitude Festival (UK), The Royal Maritime Museum (UK) and the Museum of London (UK).
"The film evokes the waterside architecture, music and arcane language, set to a score that samples a creaking hull, hammering cargoes and engine room rhythms"
"A fascinating and infuriating journey, from beginning to end"
"Something of that rock′n′roll spirit has survived in Mark Donne‘s movie: a stylish essay that combines chinwags with East End sea dogs with a gonzo two-week adventure on the high seas with the crew of a Maersk cargo boat."
"Esoteric, poetic, magical"