Private View for production team and crew only
April 22, 2013 § Leave a comment
On the 4th april we had a “work in progress” Private View of the film at the Pump House in Watford, organised by Watford Live. Our guest list comprised those who worked both in front and behind the camera, in post-production, and some of the dozens of people who coloured in over 5700 frames to make the film possible. We were also joined by those who helped to fund, and gave us workshop space.
We take the chance again to thanks everyone that came and supported us through the production: the participants, the volunteers, the crew ,the funders, the Major of Watford Dorothy Thornhill, the actors, friends and family. We have loved every single moment of the production and we are glad we have met and involved hundreds & hundreds of people .
We involved almost 500 people from age 2 to 90 in the making of the film.: locals have been acting, drawing, animating, dancing, and also colouring in a staggering 5700 frames for the animation! And to top it up we had 2707 views to date on the site, and an extra 560 readers are actually following this blog.
The project was part of Watford Live!, with the aim of encouraging people in the town to participate in an activity which they might not have experienced before. There are plans to have a workshop and a screening in 2014/2015 when the film comes off the festival circuit.
The evening was a delightful success and we are looking forward to finish off the film and send it to festivals around the world and to find out where the film will have its own world premiere.
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