A short video clip of how day was turned into night for Paul Stanworth’s music video for ‘Powerless to Resist’. DOP, editing and colour grade by Saranne Bensusan
What goes around comes around? John is a small time crook who buys a gun from the proceeds of a drug deal. Phil and Spooner have their own problems, and to make matters worse they get ripped off. The result, is everyone is after Mickey. But who will get there first?
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.
The Award for winning The Fantasmagorical Film Festival at @FandomFest arrived today!
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:
Advice for getting your script produced
By Saranne Bensusan
I am a writer/producer who has written four short films and two features that successfully went on to get made. I have produced 11 films in total, including eight short films and three feature films. In the 2015/2016 year (starting at Cannes in May 2015) I have had 15 international film festival screenings of my work, with a future screening of ‘Mano a Mono’ at Carmarthen Bay Film Festival in May 2016 (a BAFTA Cymru qualifying festival) and ‘The Hunting of the Snark’ being screened as part of the Toronto Film Week, which runs alongside the Toronto Film Festival in September. I have also picked up six awards at festivals in that time.
If you haven’t made anything before, start with something that won’t be expensive to make, such as a short film, as this will be attractive to film makers. It is likely that as in the majority of cases of short films, there won’t be any money available to make it, so things like the number of people you need and locations really play a big part. Most of this will be the producer in me talking, but it is the producer in me that has led to my writing better screenplays.