It's been a busy time for us here, as we've been working hard to rework the website to provide a higher quality experience for our visitors. From then to now, I think you'll agree it's a significant improvement.
Since the start of the year, it's been jam packed, so I thought I'd give you all some updates on what we've been doing and what's next on our list!
The House Of Screaming Death
First thing's first, we've finally completed post production on The House of Screaming Death, a horror film inspired by the Hammer Horror films of the 50s, 60s and 70s. We feel this piece is a real homage to the original horror films from that era.
The film stars Ian McNiece as the infamous Architect, a character with his own demons and stories to tell.
Post production was intense, and we'll probably will be releasing a small write up on how the post production went once the film has been released. You can read the official press release here. Produced by Lightbeam Productions and Pat the Bull Films.
'Sustain' Wraps Principle Photography!
The second feature film we're working on has wrapped shooting, also produced by Lightbeam Productions, Faceless Films & 5cm Sec Films. Sustain, A gritty drama that explores what one man, Kerian (Brett Dewsbury) will do to get justice after his stepbrother Toby (Joshua Sewell) was killed, and was the victim of a vicious race attack.
We helped work on data management and pre-editing for on set dailies and reviews for the producers and director, giving them an overview of their coverage of shots and pacing. We will also be engaging in post production, which starts next month.
Working on this film was a blast, to return with the members of the same cast and crew as in Screaming Death, was a pleasure. We can't wait for you guys to see this film.
We have lots of new things planned and want to do, and we want you guys to know and be a part of the journey with us.
We plan on introducing photography packages to the business, we feel images and photos tell stories sometimes better than words can, and we feel introducing packages and services for clients in the areas that need them would enable them to communicate their brand and services better to a wider audience.
That's all folks. We've had a packed month and we'll be writing more of these updates to keep you posted on what's going on, and how we're doing.
Until then... Watch this space.