New poster released today - designed by Lewis MacDonald of Public Spaces Design. Look out for it in
Posted 4th Apr in News
Tickets for the world premiere now on sale at bit.ly/dividepremiere
Posted 18th Mar in Screenings
Confirmed screenings at Picturehouse Central, Curzon Bloomsbury, Finchley Phoenix, HOME and many more...
Posted 6th Mar in News
Mainland European premiere at leading documentary festival ZagrebDox
Posted 23rd Feb in Screenings
Described as "an extraordinary piece of filmmaking", "sublime" and "beautiful, funny & heartbreaking", we can now confirm the film will have a UK cinema release on the 22 April 2016
Posted 22nd Feb in News
Film selected as one of the "12 to look out for" at Ireland's oldest film festival
Posted 15th Nov in Screenings
The festival aims to use film as a catalyst to inspire change in health and development
Posted 30th Oct in Screenings
The Divide debated in European Parliament!
Posted 20th Oct in Screenings
Take One Action is Scotland's global action cinema project linking audiences, movies, campaigners an
Posted 24th Sep in Screenings
DocGeeks called the film "an extraordinary piece of filmmaking", The Guardian said it was "authoritative" and Paste Magazine said it "shatters the image of the golden American ideal"
Posted 13th Jul in Press
Our first of two London festival previews was a cracker last weekend - with another sold out audience, and some surprise guests in the audience.
Posted 18th Jun in Screenings
Wow, what a week! After four and a half years from concept to screen - this week saw the very first
Posted 10th Jun in Screenings
Four and a half years from concept to screen - with your help - the first screening of THE DIVIDE* is just under one week away!
Posted 2nd Jun in News
We are thrilled to announce our world festival premiere at Sheffield International Documentary Festival! The film, now titled THE DIVIDE*, will screen on 7th and 10th June.
Posted 11th May in News
Christopher Hird, Executive Producer of the Spirit Level documentary says “It was more than four years ago that Katharine Round first approached me and said that she wanted to make a film based on the best selling book by Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett, The Spirit Level. Now, with the support of thousands of people through our crowd funding appeals, having spent the tens of thousands of pounds which they and some other large donors have given us and the unending patience of Kate and Richard, we are - we hope - in the final stretch."
Posted 7th Mar in News
The distinction between absolute and relative poverty is once more in the news. Just this week Unicef published a new report warning that UK child poverty is set to rise, and accusing the government of delivering a “catastrophic blow to the futures of thousands of children.”
Posted 7th May in News