Shot over the summer of 2012, ‘Wayland’s Song’ is an indie feature film about a man who goes on a dramatic journey looking for his daughter upon returning from Afghanistan. The movie was written and directed by Richard Jobson best known for his time as lead singer of the punk rock band The Skids and later for his modelling work.
‘The Maid’ is coming-of-age drama written and directed by Paul Emmanuel about Jack, a troubled and lonely young man, who falls in love with Maria, his estranged father’s beautiful and mysterious French maid.
The film is expected to be released in 2013 and Mytherapy has been working close with the director and producers grading and finishing the film, editing and mastering the trailer and designing the poster.
The Science and Technology Council (STC) of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences (AMPAS) development committee has been working on a new colour science for motion pictures since 2004. Academy Colour Encoding Specification (ACES) is a new technological development designed to streamline post-production and finishing.
Throughout December and January Mytherapy has been working with Wildcard on Adam Wimpenny’s directorial debut ‘Blackwood’. Starring Ed Stoppard and Sophia Myles, ‘Blackwood’ is a thriller about a history professor who starts having visions of a masked boy after he moves to a large country house. ‘Blackwood’ was shot by one of our favourites DoPs Dale McCready. Dale has chosen to shoot with anamorphic lenses using Red Epic.
‘Up There’ is a quirky independent British comedy that follows the misadventures of Martin (Burn Gorman) who is stuck in a dead-end job, welcoming the newly departed into the afterlife. Released in November 2012, the film had a stellar run, winning Best Feature at the Rohde Island International Horror Film Festival, Best Independent Award at Santa Barbara International Film Festival and finally Best Feature Film at the BAFTA Scotland Awards.
In late 2012 Mytherapy completed work on Domic Brunt’s directorial debut ‘Before Dawn’. Brunt is a comic book and horror movie fanatic and after having an argument with his wife Joanne Mitchell about what makes a good zombie movie, set out to make one of his own. Mytherapy gladly joined forces with the director proving the mastering of the Digital Cinema Package and mastering and authoring the DVDs and Blu-Rays. For more information about Before Dawn, click here.
After premiering at the Un Certain Regard section of the Cannes Film Festival 2011 and winning the audience award and the Silver Spike at the Valladolid International Film Festival, ‘Snows of Kilimanjaro’ opened in the UK in September 2012 with great reviews.
This time next month horror fans in their droves will descend upon Leicester Square looking out for fresh filmmakers to champion and future cult classics. Genre festivals such as Frightfest are a great place for films to find their target audience and to build positive press and word of mouth recommendation…
Coming to cinemas on the 29th of August is Len Wiseman’s re-imagining of the Verhoeven’s Total Recall, a sci-fi thriller filled with high octane action sequences and lightning paced editing. It stars Colin Farrell as a factory worker whose life goes on a downward spiral after his mind-trip vacation takes a turn for the worse. Hunted by police and fighting for his life, he must figure out …
Released this Autumn, Inbred is a no holds barred horror in the same vein as Evil Dead 2 and Bad Taste. It focuses on a group of young urban offenders who embark upon a community service weekend in the remote country village of Mortlake. There things take a turn for the worse after a minor incident…