Our multi-award winning stop-MOTION animation, The Hunting of the Snark, is now available to watch for free on Amazon for Prime Subscribers!
The film finished post production in April 2015, and went to the Marché du Film at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2015, where it was well received. Since then, it has made the official selection of 10 international film festivals, including three comic cons, and has also been selected for Toronto Film Week in September 2016, which runs alongside the Toronto Film Festival. It has also picked up six awards during its time on the festival circuit.
You can watch The Hunting of the Snark here: amazonuk.thehuntingofthesnark.co.uk
If you want to be a part of our next exciting stop-frame animated project, then there is still time for you to jump on board and help make it happen. The story is about a fluffy puss called Professor Marshmallow, and the antics that he gets up to in his new home. The project will be made up of six three-minute episodes and the project plan is to start the film festival circuit with Cannes in 2018. We have already raised over 70% of the budget for Professor Marshmallow and are only looking for a further £3k – this ensures that everyone gets paid, their travel expenses are covered and they get fed.
You can get involved with Professor Marshmallow here: https://igg.me/at/MollyandMarshie/x/13232062
This video was made by the Power & Control Group, who are a group of people that act as the voice of people with learning disabilities in Islington. This group is commissioned by Islington as part of the Consultation Services contract, which focuses on user & carer feedback of issues and learning disabilities services in the borough. Edited by Saranne Bensusan.
Written and performed by Paul Stanworth.
DOP, Editor and Grader – Saranne Bensusan
Trailer for Speak out On Hate Crime video that we recently worked on for the Action Group and Sussex police highlighting issues relating to disability hate crime
In October 2014, Outward hosted their Customer Conference at Tottenham Town Hall in north London to give customers an opportunity to say what they liked about the services provided by Outward and what they could do better.
We went along and filmed the day and interviewed customers and staff about their experiences and their involvement in shaping services.
DOP and Editor: Saranne Bensusan
Sound Recordist: Hugh Griffiths
Camera Assistant and Photography: Lawrence Mallinson
We hope you enjoy the video. For more information about the services provided by Outward, please visit outward.org.uk/
In 2015 Outward celebrates its 40th birthday.
It was way back in 1975 that Outward first started supporting people with learning disabilities to move out of large institutions, like Leytonstone House Hospital, and into their own homes; living in the community and ‘out of the wards’. Outward now support over 1,000 people in ten London boroughs.
To mark their 40th anniversary, we have put together a special video that looks back on their journey over four decades.
Camera, Sound and Editing: Saranne Bensusan
Voice Overs: Peter Little, Saranne Bensusan
Creature Creator Chris Wright talks about the processes involved in bringing the characters to life in this short video which includes behind-the-scenes footage and images of their construction.
This video is available as a bonus feature when you purchase The Hunting of the Snark on either: