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Day of the Flowers official trailer

November 15, 2012 1 comment

We’re delighted to be able to share with you, the new trailer for John Roberts‘ Day of the Flowers.

Having completed the main title sequence some time ago, we are now awaiting some exciting news about the film from producer Jonathan Rae.

We look forward to being able to share this news and our main title sequence with you very soon. For now, please enjoy the trailer…

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Join me live on-stage at Promax UK 2012

November 8, 2012 Leave a comment

 

Richard Morrison - The Dark Art of The Title Sequence

Tomorrow I am a guest speaker at the Promax UK 2012 Conference, talking about The Dark Art of the Title Sequence.

The event is the highlight of the Television Marketing calendar, attracting over 600 delegates from the UK and abroad. The seminars range from panel debates featuring high profile industry figures to sessions showcasing inspirational creative work from TV and beyond. In recent years Promax has played host to C4 CEO David Abraham, Channel 5’s Jeff Ford, BBC Director of Audio & Music Tim Davie and Sky’s Stuart Murphy amongst other broadcasting leaders. Keynote speakers have included author Will Self, advertising guru Rory Sutherland, Blur’s Alex James and actor Richard E. Grant.

This years event is being held at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel in South Kensington, with my session starting at 2:00pm. For those who are coming, I look forward to seeing you there.

Our Official Riot on Redchurch Street Poster

November 5, 2012 Leave a comment

The main title sequence for ‘Riot on Redchurch Street‘ was completed a few weeks ago and we’re pleased to be able to share a few frames for you to see below. Director Trevor Miller is now with the film currently doing the rounds at this years AFM (American Film Market) event, which we wish him the very best with.

Riot on Redchurch Street Main Title Sequence

In addition to the titles, Producer Sean McLusky asked us to design and artwork the official poster. Being more than happy to be involved, we saw this as a great opportunity to maintain the grity identity we developed for the on-screen through to the off-screen marketing material.

We are really pleased with the result and were even more delighted when both Sean and Trevor emailed us, saying “That’s amazing, thank you very, very much for this, its perfect – you guys are ALWAYS FANTASTIC, we love it”.

We thought it would be nice to be able to share this with you all as well, so here it is… we hope you all like too.

Riot on Redchurch Street Official Poster

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