despite the current pandemic, shooting has continued on Orpheus and Eurydice, directed by Saranne Bensusan. This week we shot Orpheus’s musical number, with help of the footage shot of musician Andy Hylden when he recorded the music.
The set for Orpheus & Euydice has taken a huge step forward as the animation platform has been constructed in front of the red screen that will be used for chromakeying. We’d like thank the film’s director, Saranne Bensusan, for her tireless work in constructing this platform and getting us to this stage.
We regret to inform you that the agreement that was in place to allow these titles to stream both Saranne Bensusan‘s Hunting of the Snark, and Shiraz Khan‘s I am Cursed for you to watch on SciFi Go has now come to an end, though there are plenty of other places that you can can watch these films, see the links below
Today we took the decision to move our ebooks on to Kindle Unlimited, which will allow many of you to read them free of charge, unfortunately to do ths we had to remove them from sale in alternate formats, a move that is acceptable as Amazon had one of the lowest retail prices for the e-book and provide free kindle readers for most devices including iOS, Android and PC.
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.
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.
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.
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.