More success for North East siblings

Brothers Graeme and John-WIlliam Noble have added to their growing resume in film-making by adding another accolade to their production company, Noble Brothers Productions.

The brothers discovered that yet another one of their films had qualified for a film festival, the third film in as many days to do so in a week that the brothers will not soon forget.

From Peterhead, the Fraserburgh Academy taught brothers have developed their film-making from small productions, available to view on YouTube, to feature length films.

Heavily influenced by younger brother Graeme Noble’s love of martial arts films, many of their productions feature fight scenes and nods to Eastern movies.

The brothers have also involved their faith in many of their productions, their films qualifying for many Christian film festivals across the world.

Most recently, their feature length film ‘The Shadow of Death’ won the ‘Fans Favourite Award’ at the HolyWood International Christian Film Festival, held in New York.

‘The Shadow of Death’, shot last year, tells the story of a young woman dealing with life without her family, who have been murdered, their killer, and a criminal who threatens her faith in Jesus Christ.

This year has been particularly kind to the Noble brothers, with their films qualifying for seven film festivals, among which include the Boomtown Film and Music Festival, the London Limelight Awards, the Gloryreelz Christian Film Festival, the UK International Christian Film Festival and the Bergenfield Film Festival.

Their latest success, qualifying for the UK Christian Film Festival with their short film ‘Inner Joy of a Broken Heart’, will be shown on Friday, May 11, in London.

John-William Noble said of the success: “Our success has been significant and these are some big steps in the right direction for the group becoming a national and international success on a wide scale.”