Next Wednesday 25th May, Glasgow Film Crew are hosting a Pre-screening event for the short film, Mona and the Stations of the Cross. The event is an opportunity to view the film, created by Random Clock Film Productions, before it is submitted to film festivals or officially released.
Mona and the Stations of the Cross is a ten-minute short starring theatrical actress Miranda Langley, dealing with love, jealousy, and prayer. To give you a taste of the film, we asked John Per
I’ve been with the Glasgow Film Crew for just over a couple of years now, I’ve worked on several projects starting out on props on “Rainbow Cups”, but my heart has always been in writing. After that and a few other roles on projects I went ahead with a simple (or so I thought) idea for a short spoof documentary inspired in part by one of the crew’s first completed shorts “The Man Who Kept Hearing His Name Getting Called Out”. Setting the movie in an office space created one o
Part 2 of 2: What Makes Post-Production So Slow? In the previous part of this blog post, I talked about what can be done during production to make post-production go easier for amateur or aspiring independent film-makers. In this part I’ll talk more generally about some of the things that make the editing process the most time consuming and arguably the most challenging part of film-making, at least psychologically. Editing Bottleneck The editing stage is a bottleneck in the
Part 1 of 2: What to do During Production to Make Things Easier in Post-Production
Team-up was one of Glasgow Film Crew’s first projects, and as Producer it’s my job to make sure the film is completed. However, despite the fact that we wrapped on principal photography in March 2013, the film is not finished yet. We haven’t even finished editing it. I’ll try to explain why, both as an apology to all the people involved, who have shown varying levels of patience, and as advice