in a drive to complete a long forgotten project, we had hooked up some “antique” equipment for a popular format in the nineties. This will allow me to finish off a film that I shot nearly fifteen years ago.
On Sunday, director Saranne Bensusan took one of Hades faces from the RTV mold that it had been used to create and from there started work on the next one.
Saranne Bensusan’s Dystopian short, Lavender’s Blue, which was co-written by Rachael Howard and stars Stine Olsen and Natalie Sloth Richter has been selected for the Mentone Film Festival which takes place on November 12th and 13th.
We have spent much of the past month working on releasing Chunks of Horror on Amazon Prime in Japan, only to be hit with a series of problems day in day out. most of these problems related to the artwork, and we have been prepared to created new artwork for specific titles where there have been unhappy about its graphic content until now. They have now decided that an episode violates their “Region-Specific Restrictions.” We cut cut this episode and deny horror fans in Japan what those in the rest of the world get to watch.
the Poster for our latest production, a stop-motion animation of Orpheus & Eurydice, was published today. Initially posted to the social media platform twitter just after 15:00, the poster features artwork from long term collaborator Chris Wright, who has worked on many of our projects since he -produced The Hunting of the Snark.