Altitude Film Distribution
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The Altitude Film Entertainment group comprises Altitude Film Production led by Will Clarke chairman and joint-CEO with Andy Mayson; Altitude Film Sales with Managing Director Mike Runagall; and Altitude Film Distribution with Head of Distribution Hamish Moseley.
Altitude Film Distribution’s first release came in 2014 with the Oscar-winning documentary 20 Feet from Stardom, which was followed by Fruitvale Station and Abel Ferrara's Welcome to New York. In 2015, Altitude released Ira Sachs' Love Is Strange; a biopic film, Amy, about the British singer Amy Winehouse, which was directed by Asif Kapadia and was released in cinemas on 3 July 2015 in the United Kingdom; international espionage thriller Spooks: The Greater Good; and Narcopolis, a science fiction film. In 2016, they released Bolshoi Babylon, a behind-the-scenes portrait of Moscow's Bolshoi Theatre. On April 27, 2016, it was announced that Altitude would partner with the British Academy Award winning film director Kevin Macdonald, on a new documentary film on Whitney Houston's life and death. It was released in 2018. It's been revealed that the movie is to include rare unheard tracks & performances, with family members & friends to help build up the film through recorded interviews and archive footage.
Home Entertainment ReleasesEdit
|Dracula 3D||Dario Argento|
|All Cheerleaders Die||Lucky McKee, Chris Sivertson|
|Iceberg Slim||Jorge Hinojosa|
|Narco Cultura||Shaul Schwarz|
|The Rendlesham UFO Incident||Daniel Simpson|
|Drew: The Man Behind The Poster||Erik Sharkey|
|Doc of the Dead||Alexandre O. Philippe|
|Superfast||Jason Friedberg, Aaron Seltzer|
|Colt 45||Fabrice Du Welz|
|The Dead 2||Howard J. Ford, Jonathan Ford|
|Zombie Fight Club||Joe Chien|
- Kemp, Stuart (31 October 2013). "U.K. Sales and Production Banner Altitude Film Launches Distribution Division". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 15 March 2016.
- "Whitney Houston's life to be documented on film". BBC. Retrieved 28 April 2016.
- Heath, Paul (28 July 2018). "Black 47 trailer lands ahead of a UK release this September" The Hollywood News. Retrieved 20 August 2018
- Black 47 , Altitude Films Retrieved 20 August 2018