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More news on London Recruits in The Guardian, a C&C trailer

A great piece in the Guardian for 'London Recruits' the story of the white freedom fighters whose efforts were a vital part of ending apartheid in South Africa. We're thrilled to be working with John Giwa-Amu (the producer of The Machine) again on this important film. Coffee & Cigarettes have produced the trailer which played

NEW BOX SET

New Box Set Design / Another sexy boxset (literally) for our friends at Axiom Films. It's Cinema Provocateur. Thanks so much for our copies guys, they look great! To view poster portfolio click here

400 Days U.S. release

More news on 400 Days U.S. release and our badass poster: CLICK HERE TO VIEW MORE NEWS SYNOPSIS 400 Days is an independent 2015 American psychological science fiction film written and directed by Matt Osterman, and starring Brandon Routh, Caity Lotz, Ben Feldman, and Dane Cook as astronauts sent on a 400-day-long simulated mission to

PLATFORM ENTERTAINMENT

CORPORATE WEBSITE PROJECT DESCRIPTION Coffee & Cigarettes were commissioned by Platform Entertainment to create a CMS based website in conjunction with their new brand identity. PROJECT DETAIL CLIENT: CLIENT: Platform Entertainment SKILLS: HTML 5, CSS 3, Responsive Design TAGS: WordPress, Javascript, Graphics Design, HTML 5 LAUNCH SITE View our website

NEW POSTER FOR UPCOMING U.S. TV SHOW ‘SLASHER’ LAUNCHES

Coffee & Cigarettes designed the new poster for 'Slasher', Chiller’s first original series which follows the plight of a young woman who returns to the small town where she was born, only to find herself the centerpiece in a series of horrifying copycat murders – based on the widely-known, grisly killings of her parents. The

Universal release Coffee & Cigarettes’ trailer for The Queen of Ireland

We're incredibly proud of our new trailer for 'The Queen of Ireland' which is in cinemas October 21. The Queen of Ireland is not just about Panti Bliss the performer, or Rory O’Neill the accidental activist. It is about how one man in a dress has mobilized a nation and an international community to stand