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Squid Ring

I couldn’t come up with a fishy pun for this guy so I’ve just titled this drawing “Squid Ring” . I had originally intended to have the squid character ( who featured for about 3 seconds in the short ) in the earlier drawing, Out to Sea, but couldn’t find a good spot to put him in so instead he or she gets his own drawing. Alongside the other drawings, this should cover almost everything that featured in the The Beast of Bath.

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The Beast of Bath is finished!

We’re happy to announce that the production of The Beast of Bath has finally finished! Thanks to all those who helped! The film will be made available online after its run on film festivals.

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… finally completed! Big thank you to James for helping us out with the shoot on the day. There should be another few hours left for post production work and then we’re good to go for submitting it to 2013 Fastnet Film Festival!

Principle Photography completed for The Beast of Bath!

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Filming of The Beast of Bath has finally started! Hopefully we’ll have it done in time for the Fastnet Film Festival.

Beast of Bath

Aboard The Rusty French

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Looks like things have been pretty quiet on the site for the past while, ‘You Know the Words‘ is still in post production limbo but with Fastnet Film Festival’s Call For Entries starting soon I’m hoping to finish it just in time before the deadline closes.

Dump‘ is still in Pre-Production phase, I’m still working on the storyboards which is helping to flesh out a lot of details in the script. Here’s a quick screencap of how some of them are looking:

Dump Storyboard Snapshot

We’ve also re-recorded ‘Beast of Bath‘, we brought two actors Cathal O’Donovan and Sarah Maloney to record dialogue at a professional recording studio ( my living room ).

Recording Beast of Bath

As opposed to making an animation, we’re naturally going to go with a diorama instead. Here’s some test footage we’ve prepped up for it.

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Editing You Know the Words is still ongoing but I’ve reached the important milestone of finally getting around to finishing the opening credit music and adding it to the edit. The film is now likely going to have a running time of about 7 to 7:30 minutes, with the juxtaposition of cuts being almost finished, the next large portion of work will go into audio work and grading. So far it’s looking pretty good but there is still tonnes left more to do.
– Jan

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