jack malchance

2009 was a very productive year, I’ve worked in many different film productions, and after post-production the films are coming out now. To keep the blog updated I will post some films and research ideas, also feedback that we are having on them.

In March, a great short film that was made was “Jack Malchance”, an improvisation film done in one evening, directed by Dean Loxton (www.deanloxton.co.uk), and cinematography by Azul Serra (www.azulserra.com).

Dean had this idea if an INSTANT FILM, 3 minutes long, something easy that could be done without budget and would still have a great quality. So we did it, very fast, and he applied to Filmaka (http://www.filmaka.com/), a great film competition with a highly considered jury and we got in!

Getting in, we were asked to create and do another one, but the conditions were that needed to be 3 minutes long as well and also needed to be a sequence of the first one, for a possible short-film series. After meetings and thoughts on how to proceed with the story, we’ve done the second film, in July 2009.

We got a great feedback from friends and professionals and now after a break and lots of different ideas, we decided to continue the series until the 10th episode, and finished a project that we’ve started.

From this creation movement Dean started the INSTANT FILMS, a film production company that is currently working in different projects and as well produced another film in which I was the production designer in October 2009, filmed with a 16mm camera, called “Two Peas”, directed by Aoife Crehan and cinematography by Azul Serra.

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