Tarmak shot and edited this film within one week on location in Glasgow to subsequently be broadcast in Bahrain whilst the musicians were still on tour. Thumbs up to Dana Trometer who produced this piece in such a short time. Rapturously received at its première … Read More ›
Category Archives: documentary films
This documentary film was produced for UNDP in East Sudan. It launched in an international investor’s conference to try to attract business investment in the region to promote further development.
Gra Mor Phonic Records & Tarmak Films embarked on a journey of music in support of ‘Peace One Day’. Part of the film was shot in the famous Windmill Lane Studios in Dublin on the Sept 3rd 2010. It features artists such as A group … Read More ›
A quick peak on a project Eric Trometer is filming for Nick Hillel at yeastculture. This project will be financed via crowd funding. Feel free to donate as your contribution will help us finish this marvelous piece. Here is the link: http://www.indiegogo.com/heathlife This 10 minute … Read More ›
For 20 days Tarmak coordinated the production of a multi-camera shoot in London for MBC Dubai and Eproducers Egypt. The task involved securing permits, organising catering, hiring extra crew, finding contributors and props, coordinating transport and insurance to make sure some of the explosions … Read More ›
Every weekday evening Channel 4 broadcasts in the UK a short three-minute film, under the series entitled ‘three minute wonder’, immediately after the main evening news. On Thursday 14 January, the ‘three minute wonder’ will be about South Indian banker J S Parthibhan and his … Read More ›
Ethiopian’s King of Laughter visits England to see if laughter is really shrinking in the western world and whether his brand of laughter therapy can cheer up the UK’s unhappiest town. The film was broadcast as part of Channel 4′s 3-Minute Wonder strand and Tarmak … Read More ›