Screening as part of Pattern Power / Superstripe: A cultural festival of pattern exploration taking place at the Londonewcastle project space 6th-21st April 2013. The film is a response to the brief 'Stripes' and for those of you that don't know, a Humbug is a British boiled sweet (candy) with stripes across it.
To see all the films commissioned for this project see the first 7 listed here: vimeo.com/creatureoflondon/videos
Synopisis: Wilf had a pet pig named humbug, they were inseparable...until yesterday, there was an accident with the Eggman's dog and Humbug was no more...
Humbug was shot in just one day and, in its entirety, including idea conception, had a 2 week turnaround, a teeny tiny budget for art dept and a whole lotta love.
Production photos etc: facebook.com/Humbugshortfilm
Creature of London and Mind's Eye present: HUMBUG
FRED THOMAS as Wilfred (acting debut)
JULIAN BIRD as The Eggman
CHARLOTTE MORGAN as Wilf's Mum
Written and Directed by – Vicky Mather
Producer – Carmen Siu
Executive Producer – Chris Baker, Max Yeoman, Rob Hughes & Loren Philis
Director of Photography – Phil Barthropp
Art Department – John Reynolds and Amy Lockwood
Prop Maker – David Mather
Art Department Runner – Alexandra Chiu
Editor – George Rockliffe
Music Composer – Jean-Marc Petsas
Sound Design – Tom Drew
Production Manager – Poss Kondeatis
1st Assistant Director – Richard Newman
2nd Assistant Director – Leopold Hughes
1st Assistant Camera – Alex Medeville
Sound Recordist – Jonny Stothert
Data Wrangler – Jonas Rejman
Hair and Make Up – Alana Campbell
Stylist – Jessica Curties
Head Runner – Rosie Dunning
Runner – Mabel Hopper
Runner – Rob Game
Sound Mixer– Dan Beckwith
Location Manager – Chris Baker
Colourist – Maria Chamberlain
Voiceover Artist – Daniel Barker
Dorthe Thomas, Peridot Dunning & Hatherden Farm B&B, Annie Pearce, Tina Wells,
Audiosend, Sue Mather , Sue James, Vince Narduzzo, Ellie Rofe, Zulu,
Patternity, Anna Murray, Grace Winteringham, Gemma Jones, Kate Taylor, Factory and Unit.
© Mind's Eye 2013
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