The Channel 7 team have been working hard over the last few months, constructing an outline for our latest production.
This week we're holding an improvisation session with a few of our trusted actors to see if our ideas work.
This is not the first time we have used this approach and it has helped in the past see if our ideas are sound before wasting time writing our final script.
Next Sunday, 7th February 2016 will see the Premiere of our Latest Production, Sebastian & Me. It has been in the Making for the past 14 months and now after months of scripting, planning, filming and editing it is now ready to be shown. Both Lindsay and Darren, the writers and producers said "We always go on a roll-a-coaster journey when we prodcuce our films and now we're at the end of our journey we are extremely pleased with the results and can't wait to show it to cast,crew, friends and family."
The premiere is to be held at Cineworld, St Neots on Sunday 7th February at 10.30am. Tickets are only available from www.channel7.org.uk/tickets.
After nearly 14 months since its inception, Sebastian and Me is finally finished. Many hours of writing, auditioning, rehearsing, filming, editing and composing have gone in to this uplifting 14 minute film. Many thanks to all that have been involved. The finished film went off to the competition this lunchtime, with the results to be announced in April.
Please keep an eye out for details of the premiere.
The editing is now complete and all scenes are joined together enabling us to watch the film for the first time.
We had a very successful meeting with Dave Robins (cre8ive spaces) our resident composer (and now cast member) last night where we watched and then discussed the film.
He then played us song he has produced for the film, which was superb. The rest of the evening was spent discussing how we could use possible bits from the song to form the basis of the soundtrack for the rest of the film which will finally pull it all together.
We need to make a couple of changes to a couple of edits based on the songs timing, but he end is in sight.