IMPRINT news – new poster and nomination

Our multi award winning, dark horror, short film script for IMPRINT has been given a new lease of life, thanks to Neil Fraser – as he’s really done us proud, by creating such a stunning poster.

IMPRINT.poster - bloody video tape and TV playing static
IMPRINT film poster by Neil Fraser Graphics

I think you’ll agree that the poster is a huge improvement, and Neil is vastly talented. Please visit his website to see more of his art. You may recognise quite a few of his posters, adoring some cracking horror releases, from DVD covers and iTunes etc.

And in honour of this, we’d also like to share that, after a week where the script was rejected twice, it has been selected and is a nominee in the ‘Best Unproduced Short Script’ category of the Austin International Arts Festival. Many thanks for that latest selection and nomination.

So what a better way to celebrate than to add in the winning laurels…

IMPRINT.poster - bloody video tape and TV playing static - with winning laurels
IMPRINT film poster – by Neil Fraser Graphics – with winning laurels

We’re working on bringing the film to life. We’ve already found one of our cast members and we hope to announce some news in the near future about what’s coming up for IMPRINT. But for now hopefully this will do.

And in case you missed it, I wrote a thing – HERE on focus and getting into the creative flow / getting in the right head space for being creative and increasing productivity. If you like it, let me know. And sign up for more.

Awesome poster #2 – MR CLEAN

Here’s more awesome work by Karen Keslen – our second poster for MR CLEAN – movie¬†#mrcleanmovie¬†– Check out her social media profiles:

Check out Poster #1 – https://eibonfilms.co.uk/great-new-poster-for-mr-clean/

Trailer: https://vimeo.com/356029935

We have finally finished the colour grading! Thanks to our colourist Eric Lau, we actually have a colour grade that works!

Obviously the trailer above has not as yet been colour graded by him. That is being redone now by him. But as a result of finishing colour grading, and the fact that I created an Electronic Press Kit (an EPK) we are now submitting MR CLEAN to festivals! Woohoo!

– and if the first [random] request to cut two minutes from the film is anything to go by, it will be quite a ride, as I navigate the world of film festivals….