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Our Master Edit For 'Stanley' Is Complete

The master edit of our short film 'Stanley' is now complete.  

The next stage for our film will be to send it to London for the application of sound effects and correction.

Michael Suttill will also work on colour correction to give the entire film a polished look. 

 

We would like to thank Oliver Mason for composing the musical accompaniment too.

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MEP enters the Sound and Image Challenge 2015

Moving Eye Productions, this week entered it's short film, Sweet-6Teen, into the Macau based Sound and Image Challenge 2015

Sound & Image Challenge Festival is an annual worldwide audio-visual festival that aims to motivate local movie producers and encourage overseas productions to compete in Macau. The Challenge targets both professionals and novices in the field of moving image and sound design.
— www.soundandimagechallenge.com

Sweet-6Teen has been entered into the category of Fiction. The festival takes place 1st-6th December. So Simon and I are just awaiting our invitations and business class flights to attend the screening and then the award ceremony.

The Sound and  Image Challenge is the second film festival Moving Eye Productions has entered in this month, as Sweet-6Teen was also entered into the Tallenge Film Festival. Checkout our blog on that here entry where you can also take a sneak peak and vote for the film. 

Moving Eye Productions is a full-service film production company that creates films with a soul. Our productions give you a tailored and engaging narrative grabbing and keeping the viewer’s attention, creating memorable content that the viewer will want to share time and again.

With our studio in Leeds and our experienced creative and post-production team we have all the in-house capability you need to produce broadcast quality HD films. Enabling us to produce anything you can imagine.

We shatter the approach of traditional filmmaking with our self-contained business model; this keeps us creative, agile and cost effective giving you complete flexibility in your production requirements and allowing us to constantly deliver projects on time and within-budget. 

We can provide:

·         Time Freeze Effects – this is particularly useful in scenes where you can have a presenter walk through the “frozen” scene as an incident is about to occur.

·         4D graphics where you can take a virtual tour through a scene or object to present a complex environment/object simply.

·         Aerial footage, as well as green screen, 3D motion graphics, animations and time lapses.

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MEP Enters the 2015 Tallenge Film Festival

Tallenge

Moving Eye Productions just entered the Tallenge film festival with a film called Sweet-6Teen. We're hoping to secure as many votes as possible. The movie is exactly 3 mins, please watch, enjoy the twist(!) and cast your votes.

HOW DO PEOPLE VOTE
STEP 1: A visitor will see the first entry

STEP 2: Next, they would choose an opponent from the 4 best-matched entries

STEP 3: See the opponent's entry

STEP 4: Vote for the preferred entry

 

Simples! Enjoy viewing and please share! Have fun...

 
Moving Eye Productions is a full-service film production company that creates films with a soul. Our productions give you a tailored and engaging narrative grabbing and keeping the viewer’s attention, creating memorable content that the viewer will want to share time and again.
With our studio in Leeds and our experienced creative and post-production team we have all the in-house capability you need to produce broadcast quality HD films. Enabling us to produce anything you can imagine.
We shatter the approach of traditional filmmaking with our self-contained business model; this keeps us creative, agile and cost effective giving you complete flexibility in your production requirements and allowing us to constantly deliver projects on time and within-budget.
We can provide:
  • Time Freeze Effects – this is particularly useful in scenes where you can have a presenter walk through the “frozen” scene as an incident is about to occur.
  • 4D graphics where you can take a virtual tour through a scene or object to present a complex environment/object simply.
  • Aerial footage, as well as green screen, 3D motion graphics, animations and time lapses.

 

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