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The Perfect Gentleman short film.

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September 29, 2011 at 10:45 pm

AirMail Short Film – Stills

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AirMail Stills

Stills from the short film ‘AirMail’ we wrote the score for recently. Directed by Ben Jacobson.

You can watch the film here:

http://www.virginmediashorts.co.uk/film/2135/air-mail

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Maryann and Michael x

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July 17, 2011 at 11:51 am

‘Gary and Gail’ Short Film

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Gary and Gail

Check out film stills from a short film we provided the music for recently – ‘Gary and Gail’

Directed by Steve Bookbinder (@stevebooky) – watch the short film here:

Gary and Gail Short Film

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Maryann and Michael x

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July 9, 2011 at 10:14 am

Short Film ‘Plagium’ Premiere

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Plagium at the Picadilly Apollo

Last week we went down to the London to see the first screening of our new short film ‘Plagium’ – directed by Brady Hood and featuring Jason Flemyng.

The film looked great and it went down well – everyone involved should be really proud of whats been achieved. We’re now waiting to hear whether or not it’s got in to the RainDance festival which would be a fantastic result.

Here’s a short clip from the film:

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Maryann and Michael x

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May 15, 2011 at 10:53 am

Taster Music for Our New Short Film

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‘Consequence’

As promised here’s a taster of music from the new short we’re scoring the music for.

James Statham - Consequence Director

This wasn’t written to picture , it’s purely based on references and ideas we talked about with James Statham the Director.

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Maryann and Michael x

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May 2, 2011 at 6:04 pm

Short Film – Something Blue finished Shooting

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Something Blue

‘Something Blue’ the new short film we’re scoring is in the can.

Here’s the Directors vision for the film:

This 20 minute short juxtaposes the preparations for a big sister’s wedding, with a young boy’s struggle to claim his true identity.

With a very defined look and colour scheme, the film will have an ever changing mix between soft pinks and cold blues emphasising Charlie’s dream of womanhood in contrast to the bleak realities of life as a young boy.

Using reflective surfaces, taps, mirrors, windows, water, we are constantly reminded how important it is for the characters examine themselves and how they appear to the outside world. With constant referencing of gender stereotypes, Something Blue will heighten our sense of masculine and feminine whilst making us aware for some the world is not as simple as being pink or blue.

Through stunning cinematography and truthful and engaging performances Something Blue will be a moving and uplifting film that will make its audience reconsider its attitudes to things outside the accepted norms and rejoice in the beauty of a parent that loves its child unconditionally.

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Maryann and Michael x

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April 24, 2011 at 2:57 pm