In 2013, Blackstone Valentine began filming its first feature documentary on location in St Lucia and France.
As a character driven documentary, it follows the controversial French celebrity Vincent McDoom in his quest to raise the Caribbean fashion industry. Entitled ‘Diva Enemy of the People’, the documentary is presently enjoying success on the International Festival circuit.. It is also became our first mainstream European broadcast in 2017.
The company is presently filming a feature length documentary about London’s Notting Hill Carnival which is due for completionin 2017.
We develop and produce factual TV programmes, original formats, entertainment, narrative feature documentary, and corporate documentary.
During our second year, Blackstone Valentine was proud to have pitched and then produced its first International TV Series ‘Caribbean Footsteps’ (8x24 mins). The show was delivered for broadcast across three International Networks into 22 states and Tri-State U.S.
We currently have a slate of projects in development across documentary features, factual TV, and Drama.
Blackstone Valentine has quickly found success as a producer of Micro-budget drama & documentary.
In 2011, our Creative Director, in collaboration with Sleepless Films saw his short drama ‘Confidential’ debut at Cannes. The film was crewed by our Creatives under the helm and guidance of our principle Producer & Director.
In 2015, Blackstone Valentine produced its very first Micro-budget feature ‘The Last Kill’, which is presently enjoying success on the International festival circuit.
Blackstone Valentine’s team is a unique collective of professionals working across all disciplines of filmmaking.
Throughout our brief history, we have built lasting relationships with our corporate clients, recently moving towards multi-camera, multi-screen live events filming.
From 2014-2016, we were media partner of London’s Notting Hill Carnival, and for the future, we welcome building new partnerships and collaborations to engage with new audiences.