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  1. Watch more horror at http://www.bloodycuts.co.uk

    A stylish gothic bedtime story, which tells the tale of a girl scared to suck her thumb - lest the monstrous Suckablood should come!

    Part 5 in the Bloody Cuts 13 part horror anthology, watch the rest at: http://www.bloodycuts.co.uk/films

    See how the film was made here: vimeo.com/46298273
    VFX breakdown of opening shot here: vimeo.com/54027484

    Achievements
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    **Selected as a STAFF PICK on Vimeo on 23rd July 2012**
    **Winner of FilmSkillet.com International Film Competition 2012 in the Horror Category**
    **Winner of the Peer Raben Award for "Best Music in a Film" for composer Enrica Sciandrone**
    **Winner 'The Golden Haggis' & 'Audience Award' - Bootleg Film Festival 2012**
    **Selected for Screamfest LA Film Festival 2012**
    **Selected as a Celtx Seed, October 2012**
    **Shortlisted in the G-Tech Driven Creativity Competition 2012: http://www.g-technology.eu/competition/comp_entries/film/suckablood**
    **Over 150,000 views with YouTube**

    Bloody Cuts bring their brand of UK horror to new levels with a period film shot on location in a stately home and featuring the special make-up artistry of Millennium FX.

    Follow us: @bloodycutsfilms
    LIKE us: http://www.facebook.com/bloodycuts

    Starring:
    Holly Jacobson
    Sam Metcalf
    Robin Berry

    Directed by: Ben Tillett & Jake Cuddihy
    Producer: Ben Franklin
    DoP: Jonny Franklin
    Camera: Ben Kent
    Asst.Camera: Peter Ford
    Costume: Charlotte Barrett
    Makeup: Christabel Franklin
    SFX Makeup: Millennium FX, Karen Spencer, Neill Gorton, Rob Mayor
    VFX: Alexander Purcell, Ben Tillett
    Art Director: Christopher Goodman
    Props: Natalie Barrett
    1st AD: Neill Gorton
    2nd AD: Ben Franklin
    3rd AD: Rory Harper
    DIT: Andrew Martin
    Location Manager: Freddie Smith
    Music: Enrica Sciandrone - http://www.enricasciandrone.com
    Sound Mix: Phil Lee (Eel Audio)
    Editor: Ben Tillett
    Colorist: Ben Franklin

    Shot on Red Epic at 5k, edited and VFX completed in CS5.5, graded in DaVinci Resolve 8.

    # vimeo.com/44185686 Uploaded 162K Plays 123 Comments
  2. my latest documentary, a race from great yarmouth to hunstanton. On public transport, and my challenge? Leave when the sun rises, and get there before the sunsets! can i make it? Or will i fail?

    # vimeo.com/8269219 Uploaded 839 Plays 9 Comments
  3. The Queen's Diamond jubilee celebrations.

    As a keen cinematographer, the opportunity to bring along my camera to a celebrational street party which was held in my home street, Rigbourne Hill in Beccles, Suffolk England was to good to miss. I planned too capture on film the excitement, the fun and the emotions of the day without it just being a normal video.

    I was quite amazed that having lived in this street for just over 10 years I only knew of one or two of my neighbours? Whilst I was filming, the friendliness and warmth that I received inspired me to capture this unique event on film.

    It was a real pleasure to meet some wonderful and very interesting people........ My Neighbours!

    Filmed at 50fps.
    Sigma 18-55
    Canon 85

    Music by Holly Maher

    # vimeo.com/43653513 Uploaded 1,460 Plays 0 Comments
  4. A short experimental piece shot by the river Blyth on the Suffolk coast using Canon 5dII.
    Model: Sophie Ellen Rudgley.
    MUA: Clare Alexandra Barber

    # vimeo.com/28611786 Uploaded 544 Plays 1 Comment
  5. Shot on location in Old Hunstanton, Norfolk, UK this short film plays with the idea of dream twists and how the conclusions that we make about our dreams can become entangled with reality.

    Woman: Sally Connelly
    Girl: Mya Turner

    Written by: Paul Joy & Peter Naylor
    Directed by:Peter Naylor
    Director of Photography: Paul Joy
    Music & Foley: Joe Yates

    More info and behind the scenes shots on my blog http://www.pauljoy.com/2010/08/new-short-adrift/

    # vimeo.com/14203006 Uploaded

East Anglian Film Network

East Anglian Film Network

The East Anglian Film Network is "the network" for East Anglian film.
It was created to provide a place for people working in all aspects of the film industry across the region to come together to build a film community that results in home grown projects.


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The East Anglian Film Network is "the network" for East Anglian film.
It was created to provide a place for people working in all aspects of the film industry across the region to come together to build a film community that results in home grown projects.
Whether you are well established or just starting out we are here to help.
EAFN is a non-profit non-government funded community group covering the whole of East Anglia.

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