Saturday, 30 May 2009

Mandy finishes film

The finishing touches were being done on Mandy's film this week, concluding with a visit to a dub suite in Bristol.

Wednesday, 29 April 2009

Mark Wilsher's Film Shoot 27 April 2009

Mark's film shoot took place in the early hours of the 27 April at Cabot Circus, Bristol. He invited members of the Bristol Methodist Circuit to take centre stage in the shopping centre and stand as though they were at the pews in their respective churches.

The film was shot without audio as Mark had previously collected the audio for his film on a visit to Hanham mount, the site of John Wesley's famous open air sermons.

Special thanks to the staff of Cabot Circus for their patience and assistance on the day.

Thursday, 23 April 2009

Location visit

Kat and director of photography Jaime Feliu-Torres on a preparatory visit to Cabot Circus where we will be filming The Use of Money.

Hanham Mount, 9am

I spent a very cold couple of hours at Hanham Mount recording birdsong and ambient sound from the area to use in the film. The beacon, first erected in 1951, marks the place where the Field Preachers including George Whitefield and John Wesley delivered sermons to the masses (sometimes thousands of people) in the 18th century. -MW

Tuesday, 14 April 2009

Mandy McIntosh' Film Shoot 2-6 March

Mandy Mcintosh' film shoot took place in early March. We worked with 4 male participants from the Two Way Street group throughout. They were asked to participate in sugar sculpting and junk percussion workshops held at Picture This over 3 days. To the end of the week we were in the Georgian House Museum, where the group had a series of one to one art therapy sessions in the attic space said to be Pero’s room. Mandy also asked the group to place the sugar sculptures that they had made earlier in the week around the house.

Mandy is now doing her creative edit in Glasgow and will be at Picture This at the end of May to complete the film.

Thursday, 9 April 2009

Mandy McIntosh' Film Shoot (Kat's photos)

(Above) From Left- Tim, Daryl and Fabian from The Two Way Street, Jim from the Georgian House Museum, Nick Gordon-Smith, Marian Liebmann and Mandy Mcintosh

(Above) Fabian

(Above) Tim and Fabian

(Above) Tim

(Above) Mandy and Nick Gordon-Smith (DOP)

(Above) Mandy and Art Therapist Marian Liebmann

(Above) Series of details of the Sugar Sculpture in situ around The Georgian House Museum

(Above) Artist Mandy McIntosh placing the sugar sculptures around the Georgian House Museum, Bristol