Award-winning film director, Saranne Bensusan recently did an interview for New York’s Occhi Magazine during which she talked about her background and her experiences that have made her the director that she is today.
We have been sharing behind the scenes photos of the shoot to the film’s twitter as well as some preview images from the post-production phase
The Film guide for the Portsmouth International Film Festival, where The Hunting of the Snark plays of Friday, is now available online. The Snark is nominated for two awards: “Best Animated Feature” and “Best Sound Design in an Animation” and will be playing on screen one at the University.
Portsmouth International Film Festival announced their nominations today, with two for The Hunting of the Snark
Best Animated Feature, Sound Design in an Animation
Written by Saranne Bensusan
I am a writer/producer/director who has produced 13 films in total, including 10 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 two short films being selected at Carmarthen Bay Film Festival in May 2016 and May 2017 (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.
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?