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Trenches – Board of War

For a short sequence in the WW1 Uncut episode ‘Trenches” that looked to visualise the build up of troops across the Western Front, we chose the imagery of a board game. We zoomed in close on the board, and saw two soldiers … Read more ⇒

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Recording Alison Steadman for the Fearsome Beastie

A few days ago we went back to the recording studio (which had more or less recovered from Brian Blessed’s performance, although some of the microphones may never be the same again!) to record Alison Steadman as the voice of … Read more ⇒

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Voice of Fearsome Beastie narrator cast

Picking a voice for an animated film is a hugely important part of the process, and one that can make or break a film. Get the right voice, that the animated character comes to life; a living, breathing creature with … Read more ⇒

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Recording Brian Blessed as the Fearsome Beastie

Co-Directors Katie Steed and and Jon Hunt with Producer Aaron Wood (and Brian Blessed of course). Recording Brian Blessed as the Fearsome Beastie was an experience that I’m going to remember for a very long time. Not only was Brian incredibly professional … Read more ⇒

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Brian Blessed to be the voice of the Beastie

We are so very happy to be able to announce the casting of Brian Blessed in our new short film: The Fearsome Beastie. Brian is a hugely talented and popular British accent, who is most famous for roles as diverse … Read more ⇒

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Verbal Vigilante to score Fearsome Beastie

It’s slightly unusual to make the decision about who will be scoring a film at such an early stage in the pre-production process, but we knew straight away who we wanted to work with on the Fearsome Beastie. We first … Read more ⇒

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Fearsome Beastie

The Fearsome Beastie is the sort of book that doesn’t come along very often: an old-fashioned fairy story with horror, humour and an axe-wielding Granny – exactly the type of story that I loved as a kid.   It is written … Read more ⇒

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Wreck It Ralph

I feel as though I’ve been waiting for Wreck it Ralph for ages – I saw a ‘work in progress’ talk back in June, it came out in America in November, and it has already opened around most of the … Read more ⇒

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M1 Event at University of Bedford

We seem to spend most of our spare time and holidays travelling around the world to various animation festivals and events, so it’s awfully considerate when people decide to organise things right on our doorstep for a change! Mark Collington, … Read more ⇒

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Paperman – Disney’s new short

With their latest short from director John Kahrs, Disney have shown that they are once again at forging the way forward for animation. When Walt Disney died, he left a studio that was the very best at 2D animation. No … Read more ⇒

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