We're thrilled to announce that How We Are Now is an official selection for the 12th Blow-Up Arthouse International Film Festival in Chicago. Congratulations team!
We're thrilled to announce that How We Are Now will be showing at this year's New Orleans Film Festival!
The festival takes place in mid-October and you'll be able to find us there!
NOFF is an Oscar-qualifying festival for short documentaries, which means that if we win, we will be automatically long listed for an academy award!
Congratulations to our whole team for the great work!!
Following very sad news last week, we have some good news to share.
How We Are Now has been accepted with an early invitation into the American Documentary Film Festival and Film Fund in Palm Springs.
This is a wonderful documentary-only film festival and we are honoured to be a part of it.
Thanks to Oliver Sunley, Monica Santis and Toshiyuki Ichihara and of course, the TWO and only - Peter Kerr and Douglas Adams, for allowing us to share their lives and stories.
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Douglas Adams, one of our subjects in the documentary 'How We Are Now'.
Always uplifting and inspiring to spend time with and listen to, Douglas had become a dear friend to all of us who worked on the documentary, both during and after our time with him and Peter on the shoot.
We will miss him greatly.
Douglas Adams - 7th June 1931 - 17th November 2015
André Singer, the executive producer of Joshua Oppenheimer's 'The Act of Killing', 'The Look of Silence' and Werner Herzog's 'Into the Abyss', among many others, has called How We Are Now 'A gentle & sensitive portrait of the vicissitudes of old age'. Mr. Singer has very kindly allowed us to use this quote on the film's poster to help us get it out there. Thank you!