Sixteen Films are not seeking new projects. We are committed to other material for the foreseeable future and do not have the capacity to accept and comment on unsolicited scripts, books and DVD's. Thank you for your understanding.
PRESS INTERVIEWS & POLITICS
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and she will respond as soon as possible.
We recommend these three books that cover the work of Ken and his collaborators:
"Which Side Are You On?" by Anthony Hayward
"Loach On Loach" by Graham Fuller
"Ken Loach - The Politics of Film and Television" by John Hill
Please send your CV to the casting director, Kahleen Crawford. You will be contacted if there are any suitable roles in the future.
FILM FESTIVALS, Q&A'S & EVENTS
Ken Loach can't commit to attending any festivals, Q&A's or events until approximately one month in advance. Please email Emma closer to the date of the invitation.
If you have any general enquiries relating to Sixteen Films, and not specifically regarding Ken Loach, please e-mail Jack : email@example.com - sadly we are a very small team of five people and have no plans to bring anyone else onto the team. We also are unable to run internships or work experience programs - we just don't have room in our tiny office!
film rights & screenings
Please contact Park Circus - www.parkcircus.com for information on the following titles: Ae Fond Kiss, Bread and Roses, Carla's Song, Family Life, Fatherland, The Gamekeeper, Hidden Agenda, It's a Free World, Kes, Ladybird Ladybird, Looking for Eric, Looks and Smiles, My Name is Joe, Poor Cow, A question of Leadership, Raining Stones, Riff Raff, Sweet Sixteen, The Wind that Shakes the Barley.
Please contact the BBC for of Ken's work on 'The Wednesday Plays' - including but not limited to 'Cathy Come Home', 'Up the Junction', 'In Two Minds'