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Snark now available on tubi tv

Saranne Bensusan‘s stop-motion animation, The Hunting of the Snark, is now available to watch worldwide on tubi.tv. The film is based on Lewis Carroll’s final poem of the same name and features Joerg Stadler of Saving Private Ryan as the Bellman leading an unlikely group that have come together with the one goal on hunting a Snark, regardless of the fact that none of them know what it is. read more

Mold making work ongoing for the various mouth shapes of speaking characters

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.

Orpheus & Eurydice directed by Saranne Bensusan,Hades voice by Alex Jallow Orpheus & Eurydice direced by Saranne Bensusan,Hades voice by Alex Jallow Orpheus & Eurydice direced by Saranne Bensusan,Hades voice by Alex Jallow Orpheus & Eurydice directed by Saranne Bensusan,Hades voice by Alex Jallow

To See Saranne’s Post from the day, click here read more

Orpheus, Eurydice,Hades,Perspephone

Orpheus Head Moulds

Yesterday saw some the progression of the head carvings into two piece mould from which we will be able to make the heads for characters along with the interchangable faces to allow them to speak.

Chris  started off by cleaning up any spillage that had reulted from pouring the backs of the heads so that we’t be able to get nice clean impressions of the front. This was then followed by Saranne pouring RTV for the front s to get impressions of the faces. read more

stop motion from Saranne Bensusan

Poster for Orpheus and Eurydice published today

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. read more

SLUM film festival Nairobi

Lavender’s Blue selected for SLUM film festival in Nairobi

The dystopian short Lavender’s Blue has been selected for this year’s SLUM film festival (the ninth edition), which is being held in Nairobi, Kenya.

The short film, directed by Saranne Bensusan, was co-written by Rachael Howard and stars Stine Olsen and Natalie Sloth Richter read more

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