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Storytelling gazumps equipment, every time!

The Story, is always king. The way to tell it requires expertise, creativity and fineness. Where in the previous two statements did I say anything about equipment? Those are the very last thing a storyteller should consider. While good equipment will probably provide a better final result when coupled with professional production techniques, “normal” equipment […]

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Art of the Title

I love title sequences in films and television. Some of them not only set the scene for what’s to come, but are an entity in their own right. Some of my recent favourites include Rome, The Tudors and also Carnival. As for my own personal Titles Hall of Fame, The God Father and 007 are […]

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Dealing with unexpected delays

We’ve done our homework before going on the Moscow production trip, as we do with all of our productions. However, we didn’t anticipate that the whole area of the Red Square and its environs would be closed off and completely sealed due the Russian Presidential Elections! How did we deal with this situation and what […]

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