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C&C Highly commended by Screen Awards

Screen Awards 2016 Very nice to get a highly commended, thanks for the write up Screen Awards! :) http://www.screenawards.co.uk/ "In its third year, Coffee & Cigarettes worked on a greater number of theatrical releases, including Ramq and The Queen of Ireland, impressing our judges for crafting an 'emotional reaction'. Icelandic hit Rams saw the company

Coffee and Cigarettes say Thank you

We wanted to say a BIG "THANK YOU" for all those that have supported us! Here at Coffee and Cigarette we pride ourselves on creative insight and we are proud to have been nominated Creative Agency of 2016. For those not in the know, the Screen Awards celebrate the people and companies dedicated to connecting

Screen Awards 2016 Shortlist

YES! Thanks to an amazing team here at CoffeeandCigarettes we have been shortlisted by the Screen Awards 2016 for .... Creative Agency of the Year for Audiovisuals Creative Agency of the Year for Print Poster Design of the Year for Nina Forever Trailer of the Year for RAMS Throw some luck our way guys so

Winner at Golden Trailer Awards !

A nice way to start the weekend. We're thrilled to have won an award for our UK Theatrical Trailer for Icelandic Oscar entry, 'Rams'. Thanks to everyone at Soda and congratulations on a great campaign and a brilliant result for an amazing film!: CLICK HERE TO VIEW ALL THE WINNER Best Foreign Comedy: Rams ‘UK

5 Nominations this year…

5 Nominations this year... including 3 for 'Rams' Theatrical Trailer and being up against ourselves for 'Best Independent Poster' for 'Louder Than Bombs' and '400 Days'. please please please please please CLICK HERE TO VIEW Best Foreign Independent History’s Future, Family Affair Films, Spark Trailers Macbeth “UK Teaser Trailer”, StudioCanal, Zealot UK Rams “UK Theatrical

RAMS Trailer

RAMS is an art house breakout hit! - hopefully our trailer helped! Winner of Un Certain Regard at Cannes Film Festival 2015 and Iceland's entry to the Oscars® this year, this touching film set in a remote Icelandic farming valley follows two estranged brothers who are forced to come together - after 40 years of