1. My first film where i had a crew and blocked with setups etc. 35 setups 75 shots done in 8 hours. Had to move the set around the camera for the wides, which were dropped in the end. Shout out to James Hamilton for the free set building, without him it would've gone over budget, and well not been made. The light at the end was a 2k blonde which was originally a golden tungsten light. So amazed by how far a good colourist can push the H264 codec, take that camera geeks.

    Starring Peter Noakes as Frank/ XXXX

    Oli Brown, Micha Waterman, Hattie Stewart, Robyn Stewart as the Faceless Workers

    Director, Editor, Producer, Writer . . . . . . Ross Leeson
    Director of Photography . . . . . . . . Will Moore
    Gaffer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean Chambers
    Sound Recordist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Owen Spencer
    Assistant Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tom Leer
    Costume and Set Design . . . . . . .Ross Leeson
    Set Builder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . James Hamilton
    Production Assistants . . . . . . . . . . Emma Leeson
    James Ross
    Driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stuart Gavin
    Graphic Artists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matthew Osbourne
    Renee LeGrande
    Sound Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Patrick Quirke
    James Williams
    Colourist & DiT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alan Andrade
    Original Score . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . Steven Tait

    General Advisor . . . . .. . . . . . . . .Susan Jayne Ross

    Lenses Supplied by New Day Pictures
    Lights and Grip by Aim Image
    Shot at the Camden Studio

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  2. Made as part of the 48 hour film project, London 2011.

    This year's elements were:

    Genre: Thriller/Suspense
    Character: Alistair or Alison Sanders, A Collector
    Prop: A Brush
    Line of Dialogue: Should we leave it like this?

    Cast

    Peter Noakes as Lewis Rogers
    Ian Anderson as Sebastian Byrne
    Gareth Faull as Jesus
    Hsu-Ying Fullick as Ali Sanders

    Crew

    Written by The Mammal Group

    Director/Producer/Cinematographer/Post Production
    Daniel Batkin-Smith

    Sound Recordist/Music
    Gareth Faull

    Design/Continuity/Script Supervisor
    Hsu-Ying Fullick

    Wardrobe/Post Support
    Jessica Palmer

    Music

    "Train to the Sea (Ambient Version)"
    "Universal Tears"
    "Isolation (Ambient Version)"
    "Nirvana"
    Performed by XUAF
    Written & Produced by Gareth Faull
    http://www.xuaf.net

    http://www.themammalgroup.com

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  4. Made as part of the London 48 Hour Film Project, 2012

    Character: Charlie or Charli Cipriani, Minor Celebrity
    Prop: Cream
    Line: "Let me tell you a secret."

    Katie Goldfinch
    Ian Anderson
    Claire Healy
    Dale Fincham
    Peter Noakes
    Jessica Palmer
    Gareth Faull

    Produced by
    Annie Jael Kwan

    Directed by
    Daniel Batkin-Smith

    Cinematography & Post Production
    Daniel Batkin-Smith

    Sound Recordists
    Gareth Faull
    Annie Jael Kwan
    Jessica Palmer

    Music
    "Verwechseln" by Xuaf
    Written & Produced by Gareth Faull

    Katie Goldfinch photo by Luke Woodford
    Signerica font used with permission from Måns Grebäck

    This film was made for the 48 Hour Film Project 2012
    http://www.48hourfilm.com

    http://www.themammalgroup.com

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  5. From the album Dearly Departed.

    Directed by Daniel Batkin-Smith

    With:
    Peter Baird
    Peter Noakes
    Ian Anderson
    Gareth Faull
    Kate Baird

    Beard designed and made by Vicky Eames - http://wifeofbrian.com

    http://bannerman.bandcamp.com
    http://themammalgroup.com

    Bannerman features the songwriting of Richard Setford, whose work is diversely affecting, slightly unhinged, fragile and quietly dramatic. The Bannerman world is a place of imagination and cinematic ambition. Think wind swept battlefields, detached murderers, nostalgic lovers, natural disasters and the shadow of time. All these themes and images are at play on his new album Dearly Departed.

    The album follows hot on the heels of 2010’s debut, The Dusty Dream Hole, which was nominated for a Tui (best cover art) and a Silver Scroll (She Was A Mountainside), and is in many ways this album’s sequel. Let’s recap - over an intensive three days in 2008, Richie and Ruby Suns drummer Alistair Deverick went into Auckland’s Lab Studios and laid down 26 songs that were originally intended for a double album. It soon became clear that he had bitten off more than he could chew and with time and money against him only 14 tracks were released.

    And so now, Bannerman unveils those final songs as the album Dearly Departed. It is at turns, both thrilling and restrained. Be prepared for quiet corners of folk, jaunty alt country, some serious guitar brutality and hope-filled pop torch-songs. The scope of the material is broad and all the better for it. It’s music that lasts.

    Overdubbing for the album was tackled at Two Pot Mix Studios in Mt Albert. The process took 8 days, split between two hurried bursts of concentrated creativity in February and June, with Richie putting down everything except horns and strings. Then it was back to The Lab in September for mixing and mastering with 2011 Tui award winner Olly Harmer. The concept of a sequel is further strengthened by Angela Keoghan’s beautiful illustrations, which grace the cover once again.
    credits
    released 31 October 2011

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