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BBC mention Backtrack on Twitter

February 26th, 2013 at 12:50 pm   Posted by admin in production

Did you hear about the zombie film being made in #TunbridgeWells last week? Jules talks to the producer of @backtrackfilm Haydn West next! — BBC RADIO KENT (@BBCRADIOKENT) February 26, 2013

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Press Pack advice

February 26th, 2013 at 12:44 pm   Posted by admin in production

We’re on it! 7 Essentials For A Press Kit: ow.ly/i3kdu — Raindance Film Fest (@Raindance) February 26, 2013

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We’re even on BBC – but we could ask for a better story!

February 25th, 2013 at 10:08 pm   Posted by admin in production

Yes, this none story even makes the Beeb. But try to get people reading a decent piece of cinema and they can’t hack. Will we ever be capable of digesting anything other than dross? What we want to do is make great art! The world needs it! Please read the screenplay and contribute to the […]

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“Backtrack”? Just call it “The Bill”

February 25th, 2013 at 10:03 pm   Posted by admin in production

This nonsense with the police is becoming a distraction. It doesn’t attract investors and has nothing to do with Mick’s brilliant screenplay. I’ll log it all here – it’s part of our story after all – but bring on the film-reviews – we wanna be players! This one is from Tunbridge Wells People and this ...

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Plugs

February 25th, 2013 at 10:25 am   Posted by admin in production

I was thinking this morning how the angle of view changes the emotional content of an image. Having a good awareness of this helps add production value. Which plug has the most emotion? 

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Inspiration

February 24th, 2013 at 6:12 pm   Posted by admin in production

Whenever I need more energy, I just look at this little tractor. The schizophrenic Spitfire pilot in our screenplay drives one just like it. Everything is available at the click of a button. Items like this tractor or a hood for my old (but sharp) 28-85mm  Nikkor can be had at a click. Nothing you […]

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