Thursday, 20 December 2012

The End Is Here...


It finally happened. Despite the 24 hour darkness trying to eat our souls, we finished the film. As of Wednesday, December 12, 2012, we completed the epic journey that is There Will Be Some Who Will Not Fear Even That Void. 

After five solid, intense weeks of post-production, and almost two years of planning, writing, devising, conceiving...we landed the ship again. 

(I'm reading about Shakleton's journey at the moment, so all my metaphors will be nautical)

Following the first full screening, we received the best compliment I could have hoped to receive. One of the film's major funders, Jesper of the North Norwegian Film Centre (NNFS), shook my hand and said with the greatest sincerity, "Thank you for this. I've never seen anything like it. It's really unique."
It was a very moving moment.
Here are some final images from our time in Norway... 

"The drawing board," 


 The brilliant audio post-production suite at Aurora Filmlyd



And the film's wrap party with all our incredible Norwegian supporters and funders (Jesper of the NNFS seen at the far left, raising a glass...)


And with that, we say "Goodbye Tromso". Like a true love, you  have been both kind and cruel to us. I hope to see you again soon...

More news about screenings will be posted here soon, stay tuned...

    2 comments:

    cinemaprofound said...

    Kudos! Can't wait to see the finished product! This is such an important film, thank you all for making it happen! Much love and peace to everyone at Tourist Films this Holiday season.

    cinemaprofound said...

    Congratulations, people! This is one project that I really believe in. Can't wait to see the finished product! Happy Holidays to everyone at Tourist Films and your collaborators!