Glory has garnered an impressive reputation for high quality creative and technical innovation across a wide range of commissions; from cinema and broadcast TV, to commercial projects, pharmaceutical films, live events, and consultancy.
Director Marcus Dillistone has been involved in over 100 films and variants - a small sample of which are featured opposite.
Projects include work for a diverse range of commercial clients such as: British Airways, GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, Marks & Spencer, Audi, Sony/BMG, Somerfield, Sainsbury's, MCC, Quantel, JVC, Fujifilm and Zanussi.
has been a leader in production innovation, from powerful desktop
technology, to high-end powerful 4k/HD capable systems such as Quantel's
specialises in high quality work, and 'putting the budget on
Glory director and founder Marcus Dillistone has won high acclaim and numerous awards for his films. Marcus provides consultancy services to key players in new film & TV technology, including Apple Quantel and JVC.
Marcus was invited by IBC/BKSTS to present a paper on Digital Intermediate Technology at IBC 2003 in Amsterdam.Glory is pleased to support various charitable initiatives, including RDA.
|LIGHTS 2 & LIGHTS2: RETURN OF THE SHADOW - (35mm) Two cinema productions for world-wide distribution. Commissioned by Fujifilm Japan to demontstrate its latest motiion picture filmstocks. The production was made to the most exacting technical standards.|
|ATHENS 2004 - Marcus Dillistone spent eight months in Athens working on the Opening and Closing Ceremonies for the 2004 Olympic Games. A live and televised event to a worldwide audience of 4.6 billion!|
||THE GLOW - (35mm & 16mm) A cinema production for world-wide use by Fuji to demontstrate its latest motiion picture filmstock. The film utilised 2K digital intermediate technology. The film stars John Quentin and Bradley Walsh.|
|THE TROOP - (35mm cinemascope) Critically acclaimed film shot by Oscar nominee Alex Thomson BSC. Soundtrack, Julian Scott, performed by The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. The Troop had a Royal Premiere at BAFTA.|
||AUDI - Glory supplied video projected elements for the UK launch of the Audi A4. The production requirements were diverse, from beauty shots of the car, to vox pops and gritty DV elements.|
|SONY/BMG - Pop promo for emerging Greek artist Sophia Strati. The clip entitled 'Butterfly' was shot in Athens over two days, one in the gritty backstreets of the Gazi area at night, the other in the studio.|
||MOVING MEMORIES (16mm and Video) - Sir John Mills asked Marcus to tell the the story of his life using Sir John's own 16mm footage. The film features colour behind-the-scenes images of classic movies shot in black and white. BBC2 Choice for Christmas 2004.|
||ROYAL PREMIERE - THE TROOP. Glory Film Co. organised this highly succesful event at BAFTA. MC was Associate Producer Paul-Anthony Viollet. Catering was by Roux Fine Dining. The event raised funds for Riding For The Disabled.|
||BRITISH FILM INDUSTRY TRIBUTE TO SIR JOHN MILLS. Marcus directed the tribute show which starred: Roger Moore, Stephen Fry, Dickie Attenborough, Lord Lloyd-Webber, Barry Norman, Sarah Miles, Hayley and Juliet Mills & Dame Kiri te Kanawa.|
|LIGHTS (35mm & S16mm) Shot by Sue Gibson BSC. The first of four sequences shot on Fuji F500. The sequence was internationally praised and featured in American Cinematographer Magazine.|
|LAWS OF CRICKET was shot in Barbados. It was an MCC/ACUS initiative to explain the changes to the Laws of Cricket to an international audience.|
|AN INTRODUCTION TO RDA was a film made by Glory and donated at no cost to the Riding for The Disabled Association. HRH The Princess Royal (RDA President) participated in this highly succesful short film.|
|WAKE UP TO... A multi-camera studio programme presented by Philip Schofield, commissioned by Somerfield, a UK supermarket retailer seeking to introduce new staff to the company in a bright, positive and informative way|
OSTEOPOROSIS: A CLOSE ENCOUNTER - A highly succesful, multiple award-wining film series for Glaxo.
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