Archive for the ‘Jan’s Bad Films’ Category

Latest on Dump, not much, still currently stuck in Post Production but I have managed to complete a number of milestones that is bringing the film much closer to completion. Personal deadline is the 16th February, initially this was the final submission deadline for the 2014 Fastnet Film Festival but they’ve extended to the 3rd of March which is pretty reassuring.

Here’s a photo of one our sets used for ‘Dump’, it’ll probably make a bit more sense once you see the film.

A hoarders dream

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… so it appears that way. Anyway, slowly and steadily Dump is being shot over the course of the summer and it won’t be another while until we find out what’s inside the box.

Christmas Present

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I’ve recently invested in a Wacom tablet for the purpose of storyboarding films and just doodling around for fun. The script is still being worked on but that doesn’t stop me from storyboarding some scenes. Production could either start in November or December depending how confident we are with the script. Anyway, here are two relatively spoiler free sketches of ‘Dump’:

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Hallelujah! I’ve finally got something from this film posted online. The film has been shot since July 2008 and sat in limbo for quiet some time, I’ve been jumping to and fro between this film and the other mini features we were making at the same time, oh man it’s been a very difficult film to work with both creatively and technically, I suppose it happens when you’re making a fully dubbed-over unscripted 25 minute long film. It’s March 2009 now, 6 months have passed and now it’s approaching the first anniversary of True Love Leaves No Traces aka Milton 1, what better way to celebrate than release an unrelated sequel in 3 separate parts? Still needs some work though.

I’m currently editing each part in a consecutive manner, so now that I have one version of Part 1  done, I’ll be moving on to Part 2 and so on. Once I have all 3 parts done I intend on combining and re-editing the footage together to get one large film with a few extra tweaks, opening and closing credit sequences. So if you prefer to watch the whole thing you’ll have to wait otherwise you can watch the film in its broken form and want to give some early feedback then I’m all ears.

You can watch part one here.

Otherwise you can wait until the other parts and done and watch the film in it’s unbroken form. In the meantime you can watch this little clip

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