How great it was to see Jules in his first episode of Holby last night, we always knew he’d be a star..Holby City – Series 18: 18. A Partnership, Literally
Our fantastic in-house grader Mike Peel is nearly done then Air will be whisked off for sound deign and titling…. It’s been a long wait but we are getting there!
Yesterday I handed over the project to a wonderful lady called Katherine De Vries, she usually works at Sky but has given up her time to work on Air. Katherine is doing the digital effects then it’s back home to us to grade and sound design…we also have a little bird* working on some music too…
*not actually a little bird, it’s really a man.
We thought you were due a little update on Air so here it is,
Our lovely editor Alice Powell has worked her magic and now we have the remaining elements of post production to complete; music, grading, digital effects and titles.
We will be staying ‘in house’ for grading and have recruited Mike Peel, the score too will be performed by The Arrows Productions (with a little help) and we hope to have some exciting news soon with regard to the digital effects.
Meanwhile, as you’ve been so patient here are some sneaky peaks..screengrabs from the ungraded film…
Hannah Rowland is one of our runners in set, we thought we’d ask her a few questions…
Q. Hi Hannah, can you tell us a little about yourself?
I’m English but grew up in Bangkok, I was studying at Regent’s University on the BA Screenwriting and Producing Degree, led by Phil Hughes, writer of Air. After graduating I have been working as an English teacher in Thailand for a year, I’ve also been writing too, a feature and a couple of short stories.
Q. How’s the production coming along and what have you been doing?
Good, running, lots of running, lots of bits of pieces including cooking, making sure actors are ready, making sure everyone has tea!
Q. Where have you been filming?
I worked on the scenes shot at Regent’s University which is doubling as Hampstead Heath and the past two days we’ve been at a house in West London.
Q. What’s the experience like?
It’s good experience, you get a taste of everything doing all sorts of weird and wonderful jobs. You get a better idea of what’s involved in a production as you are dipping in and out of every job, I haven’t had to make lunch for twenty people in half an hour before!
Q. Would you recommend running to young people who aspire to work in industry?
Yes definitely, it’s something you have to do because if you just jump into one job you lose site of what everyone else is doing. I really don’t think there’s any other way to understand a production.
Very excited to announce Sandi Toksvig and Rupert Holliday-Evans have been confirmed, very excited to be working with them (-: