We are proud to annonce James Longley’s Angles Are Made of Light premieres at the TIFF festival on September 9th.
Filmed over a period of several years, Angles Are Made of Light reveals daily struggles and inner lives of students and teachers at a school in Kabul, Afghanistan, during the closing years of America’s longest war. Longley offers unprecedented access, insight and perspectives across generations perched precariously before an uncertain future.
The film is produced by Daylight Factory, Louverture Films and Piraya Film and co-produced by Signe Byrge Sørensen for Final Cut for Real. The film was edited in Denmark by Janus Billeskov Jansen, Waltteri Vanhanen, James Longley and Per K. Kirkegaard. The sound designer is Henrik Garnov from GiLyd.
Angles Are Made of Light is mixed in Dolby Atmos and it is our first film in this amazing format.