ANOTHER AWARD

Where The Wind Blew, directed by André Singer, wins the Doc Utah Raven Award for Best Feature Documentary.

Into the Awards!

Into the Inferno has been shortlisted for

Best Natural History Documentary

in the 2017 Grierson Awards.

Directed by Werner Herzog and commissioned by Netflix, we took Werner and his crew into (and out of) North Korea, Iceland, Vanuatu and Ethiopia to produce this spectacular and moving insight into humanity's relationship with Volcanoes.

Four 2017 Emmy Nominations!

We are delighted to announce that Spring Films has been nominated for four National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences documentary Emmy awards.

Congratulations to our co-producers and directors for their amazing work.

  • Into the Inferno has been nominated in the Outstanding Science and Technology Documentary category.
  • City 40 has been nominated in the Outstanding Investigative Documentary category.
  • The Look of Silence has been nominated in 2 categories - Best Documentary and Outstanding Investigative Documentary.

The list of nominees is  available on the National Television Academy's website: www.emmyonline.tv

LA LA Land…

This July, Figs Jackman, Spring's Head of Global Development is off to LA for a couple of weeks to meet with our American Broadcasters and our agents at ICM -. He's beach body ready and loaded with terrific programme ideas. If you'd like to meet up with him between the 8th and the 22nd please contact him directly at figs.jackman@springfilms.tv

Sunnyside 2017

Spring Films has been selected to take part in the public pitching process at this years Sunnyside of the Doc. André Singer will be there to pitch 'The Enigma of Mikhail Gorbachev' which Spring is developing for MDR in Germany. If you would like to know more about the project and to meet André at Sunnyside, please contact claire.kessie@springfilms.tv

WHERE THE WIND BLEW

André Singer screens his latest film "Where The Wind Blew" and takes part in a Q&A in Vienna on 10th April alongside H.E. Lassina Zerbo, the Executive Secretary of the CTBTO (Commission of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test-ban Treaty), Andrew Weber, Senior Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School's Belfer Center and former US Assistant Secretary of Defense. The event was hosted by the Preparatory Commission for the CTBTO and the Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation (VCDNP).

Baahubali: The Conclusion

Whilst making Bollywood and Beyond: A Century of Indian Cinema, Spring Films gained privileged access  behind the scenes of the latest Telugu film blockbuster from legendary director S.S.Rajamouli.

After a long wait, Baahubali: The Conclusion had its UK premiere at London's BFI. Part one of this extraordinary film was a huge success in India and around the world. Part two is even bigger and better!

 

Another Award for NWF

We are delighted to say that Night Will Fall has picked up another award from the Moscow Jewish Film Festival in the 'True Story' category. Congratulations to all those involved.

Movie That Matter 2017 – 2 Award Nominations

City 40 nominated for two awards at the Movies that Matter 2017 at the Hague (March 24-April 1)

FOCAL AWARDS 2017

We are delighted to say that 'Into the Inferno' a Spring Films/Werner Herzog Film coproduction for  Netflix has been nominated for the FOCAL International Awards for 'Best Use of Footage about the Natural World'.

Much of the power of 'Into the Inferno' comes from the remarkable work of those brave souls who have ventured to the edge of the inferno. In particular, Katia and Maurice Krafft. French volcanologists who died in a pyroclastic flow on Mount Unzen, in Japan. The Kraffts were pioneers in filming, photographing and recording volcanoes, often getting within feet of lava flows and their remarkable work and other archive is sensitively used throughout the film. We were fortunate enough to be allowed to remaster the archive from the original negatives for our 4K production

The Awards are on the 25th of May 2017 and will be hosted by Hardeep Singh Kohli, the renowned writer, presenter, comedian and broadcaster.

Canadian Screen Awards

The Woman Who Joined the Taliban wins the CSA 2017 for Best Writing in a Documentary Programme or Series.

BRAVO ARD

We are delighted to announce that Spring Films has been awarded a significant development grant by ARD in Germany. As part of an experimental initiative, the State broadcaster is investing a total of €4 million in development grants to production companies that have previously produced outstanding films for them.  Richard Melman went to Dusseldorf collect the award and described the event as 'An incredibly forward thinking and far-reaching boost to the television industry. We are really proud to have been selected as one of the recipients'. Spring will start the development process later this month.