We’re very excited to announce details of the premiere for the film: The film was selected to screen at the Grand Opening of this years Portobello Film Festival. It will screen on Thursday 1st Sept at the Pop Up Cinema (3 ACKLAM ROAD, W10 5TY) at 9pm! I’ll be there to introduce the film so hope to see you there!
Happy to announce that Ebony Road will be presented under the new production company Ascent Pictures
To find all the production details including full cast and crew list from Ebony Road please go to http://www.ascentpictures.com/ascent-pictures-films.html. Here you can also keep up to date with screening details and any future films!
We are excited to announce that Nadia Ackerman (The UPS singer ‘That’s Logistics’) has composed an original soundtrack for the movie with Harvey Jones from Three Four Music For Film and TV.
We’re extremely excited for the release of both the movie so you can hear it, and the soundtrack CD which you’ll be able to buy once the film is out!
These guys are extremely talented, be sure to check Nadia’s work out on YOUTUBE! You may recognise her work from the commercial ‘Logistics’!
Working with them has been an asset to the project and we’re very grateful to everyone who made them aware of our film!
And here it is! Let us know what you think…. !
The film will from now on be in post production, and we’re looking forward to voice over and ADR sessions as well as lots and lots of editing and post work! Cutting down 4 months of hard work into a short feature-length film will mean a lot of footage will end up on the ‘editing room floor’. But of course, we’re all very excited for you to watch it.
Filming’s been a long process, with a 2 month period breaking up block one (Summer) and block two (October). But it has been a joy to film and to see all the characters come to life thanks to the wonderful actors. I am especially looking forward for you all to see the performances of Katie Bignell as the young homeless sister Isobel Spurrier, Daniel Garcia playing the perfectly bizarre character Keith Jessens, and Oliver Fabian portraying Jay. Our crew have of course been fantastic, and I will be working with many of them again in the near future on several new projects. Even with (many) hiccups, we’ve somehow wrapped! Not that I ever doubted we would, but some challenges did feel more like hurdles we just had to overcome rather than filmmaking! I have however enjoyed ever second of filming, and I will hold very fond and important memories of the whole experience. And with that, I say farewell to the summer shoot, the october shoot, months of pre production, a lot of hyper days on set, early morning diet coke, and hello to the next part of production.
Thank you to everyone who has helped us on the journey so far! Your support has been invaluable… from the lovely people on twitter and the press to family and friends.
With only a few pick ups and ADR work left to do in the week commencing 24th October, our post production team is now well underway.
Working as chief editor is Ryan Say from ‘Dead by Cinema’ and we feel very privilidged to have such a wonderful passionate new editor on board.
Working on animations for the film are the incredibly gifted Murun Thornton and Alexander King, both animators/illustrators.