Phoenix are a UK based distribution, international film and TV sales company with offices in Brighton, Munich and Los Angeles. Phoenix encompasses theatrical, television and home video and DVD.
Phoenix has built up a fast growing and recognisable brand at all major motion picture and television festivals and markets worldwide, including Cannes, AFM, EFM, Berlinale, The Sundance Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, Pusan International Film Festival, MIPCOM and MIPTV.
Arch Creative have worked with Phoenix across a number of film poster projects and brand campaigns.
Arch Creative created posters for ‘Dementamania’, a horror thriller which premiered at London’s ‘Frightfest’, Leicester Square and ‘The Magnificent Eleven’, a comedy drama written by the creator of Trainspotting and Filth, Irvine Welsh.
We’ve also created two posters which were featured on the front cover of legendary publication ‘The Hollywood Reporter’ which was distributed at one of the world’s leading film festivals, Berlin International.
One of these was ‘Lauda: 33 Days’ which tells the dramatic true story of Formula 1 racing legend Niki Lauda and his miraculous recovery after one of the most horrific accidents in the history of motor racing.
The second was for global phenomenon ‘Gummy Bear’, which is the most watched character on the internet of all time, with more than 1 billion plays on YouTube. ‘Gummy Bear, 3D The Movie’ is currently in Pre-Production with Stealth, who approached us to create a new illustration showing Gummy Bear in the guise of John Travolta’s character Tony Manero from ‘Saturday Night Fever.’ This concept was to highlight the fact that John Travolta had just signed to become the voice of Gummy Bear in the upcoming movie.