It’s Nice in Nice!

It’s Nice in Nice!

GAPA Principal and multi-award winning filmmaker Suzanne Gielgud headed down to the South of France in May 2017 to the NICE International Film Festival, where her documentary film ‘The Gospel of Ross McKim’ was screened at the Festival where it was nominated for both the Jury prize and Best Director of a Feature Documentary award.

Hollywood Win!

Hollywood Win!

Suzanne Gielgud has won two awards at the Hollywood International Independent Documentary Awards for her film ‘The Gospel of Ross McKim’ which tells the story of the career of the celebrated dancer, choreographer and Artistic Director of the Rambert School. The awards are ‘Feature Documentary’ and ‘Women Filmmaker’ which will be presented on December 15th at the Raleigh Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, USA.

Huge congratulations Suzanne!!

Raindance Film Festival 2016

Raindance Film Festival 2016

Suzanne Gielgud’s documentary ‘The Gospel of Ross McKim’ was screened at the Raindance Film Festival on 28th September 2016 at the Vue Piccadilly to a great reception. Guests included Lord and Lady Sainsbury who was executive producer on the film, the award winning former Rambert dancer Dane Hurst who was a contributor to the film and the subject of the film Dr Ross McKim. A DVD or Blu ray copy of the film is available by emailing films@gielgud.com

Photo of Suzanne and Piers Gielgud with Lord and Lady Sainsbury at the RFF 2016

Gielgud Films success!

Gielgud Films success!

BREAKING NEWS: Suzanne Gielgud’s dance documentary ‘The Gospel of Ross McKim’ has been selected for the prestigious Raindance Film Festival 2016. Screening dates are still TBC, but will be between 22nd September and 2nd October 2016 at a Vue Cinema in London. Further info at www.raindancefestival.org

“Photo of Suzanne Gielgud at the Raindance Film Festival Launch party”

Prud’hon : The Moving Body

Prud’hon : The Moving Body

Gielgud Films was recently at the Dulwich Picture Gallery, shooting an eclectic evening of dance and live music set against a backdrop of great art. Award winning dancer Dane Hurst from the Rambert Company choreographed a dance show inspired by Prud’hon, called ‘the Moving Body’. Dancers from the Royal Ballet, Rambert and other leading independent dance artists performed to music by award wining composer Paul Gladstone Reid wearing costumes designed by fashion designer Micol Ragni.