Malta based Afinia Film has partnered with Parkland Entertainment, The UK Distribution company formed last year by Tom Stewart and John Cairns, for the release of The Biggest Little Farm, out in cinemas across the UK and Ireland from 29th November.
Amanda Atkins of Afinia and John Cairns of Parkland have worked together previously with Parkland taking worldwide sales rights to Afinia’s film Provenance directed by Ben Hecking.
Atkins has taken Executive Producer roles in several films; FAT A Documentary released this summer on multiple platforms to much acclaim. The film exposes the history behind the myths and lies of healthy eating, saturated fat and weight loss; Sacred Cow, a documentary about the power of regenerative agriculture to heal ourselves and the soil from the industrial food system is in production.
Cairns said “Amanda’s well known interest in health, nutrition and sustainability make her an ideal partner for The Biggest Little Farm and hopefully much more to come”.
Afinia will also be working to distribute Parkland’s extensive slate of feature films in Malta and other territories and to originate, develop, produce, and distribute an ongoing slate of feature films, documentaries and television series from both companies.
Atkins said “In John I found someone with a mutual interest in films that make you think, a current slate ideal for Maltese demographics and a first look at a number of exciting projects already in development. The Biggest Little Farm is an unparalleled opportunity to collaborate further.