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WE ARE a movie poster design company helping screenwriters and filmmakers improve their pitch or film project with an industry quality image. If you’re attempting to sell your script or need an affordable, industry standard film poster design, let us help. We guarantee you’ll love the results.

 

Why do I need a movie poster design for my script?

 

 

film poster design for action thriller Vengeance

VENGEANCE

GENRE : Action thriller
TAGLINE : Betray. Hunt. Destroy.

 

The savage kidnapping of his wife rips a doting husband’s world apart, and he will stop at nothing to get answers… And revenge.

 

 

 

A Tom Wadlow film

Film poster design for Conor Ibrahiem's Freesia

FREESIA

GENRE : Social Realism
TAGLINE : Hate is easy. To understand takes courage. Islamophobia

 

A multi-narrative journey that weaves between three families living in present-day Bradford, where three worlds collide and leave a Muslim scholar fighting for his life. Now they must face the storm before the calm – and they call it ‘Islamophobia’.

 

 

 

The debut feature film by Conor Ibrahiem

Movie poster for psychological thriller Monochrome

MONOCHROME

GENRE : Psychological thriller
TAGLINE : Not everything in life is black and white.

 

A detective uses his unusual neurological condition to hunt for a destitute woman who murders wealthy landowners.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tom Lawes film

The Notorious Guys movie poster

THE NOTORIOUS GUYS

GENRE : Comedy / romance / buddy
TAGLINE : A road trip. A rescue. A romance.

 

The Notorious Guys follows Steven, a 23-year old pupil attending a special needs class in Luxembourg. He is overjoyed to hear that his school has won a trip to visit Portugal. As soon as Steven arrives on location, he decides to discover his homeland on his own with his friends. But things lead that they are on the Most Wanted List for money counterfeiting. That’s when Steven’s best friend, Guy-Désiré (who had to stay at home because of bad grades) is about to come to their rescue.

 

 

A film by Adolf El Assal

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