We edited, did all the post - grading, sound mix, titles, composing etc - in 4 months.
With the festival preview copies through and ready to send out, it's now submission time! Wish us luck!
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I consider myself artistic until it comes to trying to style anything - myself, a room, a person. I'm a self confessed dud.
Luckily for us our Art Director, Annalisa Andriani has an eye for the detail we needed for our set.
We had a couple of locations in the shoot. Principle of which was Claire's house and bedroom, i.e. where she gets ready, where her clothes are and where she is comfortable enough in her own skin to alone with herself tending her wig.
There was a lot of detailed character touches that Annalisa played with on set, very few of which made it on screen but the essense of that room was feminine and characterful which is exactly what we wanted.
At the bar. Hey, a bar is a bar right. Actually no. The set was dressed to make it look and feel soft, intimate. Even the bathroom had a splash of colour that wasn't there before.
When creating the look and feel for your set, as with all parts of the film process, it's about collaboration. Finding people whose judgement and suggestions you trust in order that you make what is on the screen the best it can be.