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Quickfire Films

Quickfire Films is a film sales company: they acquire sales agency rights to distribute independent films to different territories. They subcontract part of the sales process to established names in the industry, to ensure successful exploitation and maximise investment capacity.

As well as the sale of distribution rights, as intended, in some instances a commission based on a percentage of a film’s total distribution sales has also been agreed. Their films have won a number of awards worldwide, including an Oscar (with a further nomination), 87 further awards and 109 further award nominations.

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One
Oscar

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87 further
awards

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109 further
award nominations

Red Joan


In a picturesque English village, Joan Stanley (Academy Award® winner Dame Judi Dench) lives in contented retirement; suddenly her tranquil existence is shattered as she's shockingly arrested by MI5. Joan has been hiding an incredible past: she is one of the most influential spies in living history… Cambridge University in the 1930s, and the young Joan (Sophie Cookson: Kingsman, The Huntsman), a demure physics student, falls intensely in love with a seductively attractive Russian saboteur, Leo (Tom Hughes: Victoria, About Time).

Through him, she begins to see that the world is on a knife-edge and perhaps must be saved from itself in the race to military supremacy. Post-war and now working at a top secret nuclear research facility, Joan is confronted with the impossible: would you betray your country and your loved ones, if it meant saving them? What price would you pay for peace?

A Good Woman
is Hard to Find


Written by Academy Award® nominee
and BAFTA winner Ronan Blaney, a recently widowed young mother (Sarah Bolger: The Tudors, Once Upon a Time, Into the Badlands) will go to any lengths to protect her children as she seeks the truth behind her husband's murder. Also starring Edward Hogg (Taboo), Jane Brennan (Brooklyn) and Packy Lee (Peaky Blinders).

How to
sell a war


London 2018 – the Piece Of Peace global charity concert is due to take place led by the vain and arrogant rock star, Harry Hope (Jay Pharaoh: Ride Along, SNL) and his over-confident PR consultant, Kate (Katherine Parkinson: Humans, the IT Crowd). When Russian warmonger, Boris the Butcher, decides to call a ceasefire four days before the big event, Kate knows that she absolutely has to make this event happen or her career will be over. She embarks on a mission to Georgia to create a fake news story letting the world know that the war is back on.

NEVER GROW OLD


When a ruthless gang of outlaws led by Dutch Albert
(John Cusack: Being John Malkovich, 2012) terrorises a sleepy frontier town,
the local undertaker Patrick (Emile Hirsch: Into the Wild, Milk) faces a profound moral dilemma.
He plays a dangerous game providing for his family as he profits in the wake of the violence
sweeping the once peaceful God-fearing community.

Awards

  • BEST EIS
    FUND MANAGER
    2013,2012,2010 AND 2006

  • VENTURE CAPITAL
    HOUSE OF THE YEAR
    WINNER 2013 AND 2005

  • INVESTOR OF
    THE YEAR
    WINNER IN 2012 AND 2013

  • MOST IMPACTFUL
    INVESTMENT
    WINNER 2017

  • BEST ANGEL
    SYNDICATE
    WINNER 2018

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