• Founded in 1997.
• Operations in London and Los Angeles.
• Revolver Entertainment is a company that distributes
films to the UK, but they also have Revolver
Entertainment US who distribute to the US
• They are the fastest growing distribution company in
• They have international reach, “groundbreaking”
directors and “world-class” films.
• They’ve won many awards.
• They consider themselves experts on youth
entertainment (although one of their clips involves
Danny Dyer, so I’m thinking their expertise isn’t as
great as they think).
• They had the first ever live action 3D release.
They work with loads of companies.
They get their films shown on/available to buy/rent from:
• Sky Box Office
• Play.com (BOO PLAY.COM, BOO)
• Vue Cinemas
• Target (what even is Target?)
• The font’s getting too small to read but there’s loads.
They have a production arm.
• I’m guessing this means they produce films
also, not that they have an actual arm that
• This means that they are vertically integrated.
• I think.
• In their highly pretentious video on their about
me page, they say they do:
finance, development, pre-
production, production and post production as
well as distribution.
• They also have 357 Records under their
“umbrella”, so they get their music.
Awards they’ve won:
• 2010 SIA - WINNER FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
2010 SIA - WINNER UK PREMIERE OF THE YEAR
2010 BVA - WINNER MARKETING INITIATIVE
2008 BVA - WINNER MARKETING INITIATIVE
2008 BVA - WINNER CREATIVE INITIATIVE
2007 HEW - WINNER BEST OVERALL CAMPAIGN
2007 BVA - WINNER MARKETING INITIATIVE FOR FILM
2006 BVA - WINNER INDUSTRY INITIATIVE OF THE YEAR
2005 HEW - WINNER MARKETING INNOVATION
2005 BVA - WINNER MARKETING INITIATIVE
2004 HEW - WINNER BRAND DEVELOPMENT
2004 BVA - WINNER MARKETING INITIATIVE
2004 HEW - WINNER MARKETING INNOVATION
They’ve won most of their awards for ‘marketing
initiative’ and overall their creative
skills, showing that they are very creative in
their marketing techniques. For example:
• To promote Kidulthood, they replaced the cast
on the poster with members of the labour
• To promote The Zombie Diaries, they
organised a zombie walk around Leicester
Films they’ve made:
• Encounters At The End Of The World
• Exit Through The Gift Shop (which they’re really
proud of for some reason)
• The Limits Of Control
• The Infidel