Time is very much fast spent and as we approach our hand in date the importance of concluding the final edit of my film ‘A bit about Angie’ grows immensely. In this post I will speak about the editing process and where we are so far from the perspective of a director. As the writer … More The editing stage
So in preparation to the big release of my film ‘A bit about Angie’ and the soundtrack ‘Estate’ we decided to produce a short documentary about the making of the song and the group ‘UnkoNWn’ who put the song together. Watch the film below. The D.O.P for the film Omar Dick and I ventured down … More Estate the documentary
For months I have been working around the clock to secure the right pieces of music and to acquire the appropiate sound required for my film ‘A bit about Angie’. This means emailing artists, companies, looking online and making sure our own recorded dialogue and sound were up to scratch. As we are nearing the … More Sound / Music
So after the final days of shooting we are well into the post production stage of the film. This includes editing, marketing, distribution and so on. So I thought I would give you the final and last updated version on the synopsis, the log line and my directors statement.I hope you enjoy. Log line: An … More Final Synopsis & Director’s Statement
What’s a good film if nobody watches it? What’s a interesting film if it has no audience? In this post I speak on the importance of marketing and my initial marketing plan for ‘A bit about Angie’. There are various ways to market a film i.e online, through magazines and newspapers, on the T.V, print … More Marketing Angie!
Our target audience – This film harbours a range of different feeling and emotions. It is a delicate narrative which deals with death, illness and manipulation. Along with all this it also has a lot of strong language, making this film not suitable for children. I recently visited the British board of film classification site (BBFC) … More Who’s our target audience?
Here is a list of all the pieces of equipment used in this production. They are listed in numerical order of the days they were shot. Billy and Daniel – kids scene Daniel and Frank – Kitchen Billy and Daniel – Meet up scene Daniel and Dee – Pub scene Billy and Doctor – Operation … More Equipment List Day by Day
So yesterday marked the final day of filming for our short film ‘A bit about Angie’ formerly known as ‘A bit about Frank’. A flurry of emotions came to mind when I yelled ‘CUT!’ for the final time, the past few weeks have been filled with ups and downs, no’s and maybe’s and a series … More Finally! Our last day of shooting
As our film is based and shot in East London it was only right we shot our much needed time lapses in the East end. I tried various sites such as ‘Film office’ and ‘City of London’ in the aim to gain access into certain locations in East London to film from particular vantage points. My progress … More We call time on Canary Wharf
So as we plough on through shooting our new scenes I thought it would be a great time to meet and understand ‘Shanice’ and ‘Taylor’ who are played by Ruth and Rebecca in ‘A bit about Angie’. These two characters are some what neglected when it comes to talking about who the key players are … More Getting to know Shan and T