The Feature Film Project based on the work of the Anthropocene Chronicles now has a title and is being produced as the writers have set to work. The movie is to be called Dissonance, and is currently being written by Saranne Bensusan writer Scheduled, Rachael Howard of Memories and Nick Jackson writer of The Colour of Roses
Festivals are an important component to gaining credibility in your work, whether it’s to brag that your film has been selected for X number of festivals, or a dream of winning an Oscar (a bit more work.)
This is probably the most important part of being a film maker, writer or an actor, and how well you network will impact how much work you get and who you work with.
Source: Networking! – Saranne Bensusan
We’ve all seen adverts from film makers looking for people to work for free on their film. This is fine for short films, student films and genuine collaborations, but what about feature films?
A question that has plagued all film makers at some point in their lives! Unless you have a BAFTA somewhere…
It all started when a friend invited me to join him on one of his film sets one day in 2009.
On January the First, 2018, just three days prior to the shooting of Lavenders Blue the first promotional video cut together from material for the film was released via Vimeo and YouTube.
The Anthropocene Chronicles now has its own website where updates on the progress of this project and the books will be posted and shared.
This can be found at AnthropoceneChronicles.com