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New RONALDO Releases 9th November

Excited at the studio to see our titles we designed for Anthony Wonke’s new film RONALDO – out on worldwide release 9th November 2015.

From the makers of Senna and Amy, this 102 minute unprecedented access documentary gives an insight into the inner life story of one of the worlds greatest footballers. How he fought to get his son and his family out of poverty and to show the world he’s on this earth to be the best at football. Ronaldo takes the audiences on an intimate and revealing journey of what it’s like to live as an iconic athlete.

A huge delight for us to design all the main and end titles for the film, including all the captions and a great end roller. It was a real pleasure working with Anthony, producer Paul Martin and the films editor Stephen Ellis.

Ronaldo film 2015

Check-out the official website for ticket sales and more information: http://www.ronaldothefilm.com/

The Ones Below title sequence

Having just completed David Farr’s latest film The Ones Below – a Cuba Pictures production, produced in association by Nikki Parrott of Tigerlily films. David kindly emailed us to say:

Working with Richard and his team was terrific. Great ideas to start with and then a really calm but relentless approach as we evolved them, changed our minds, and found what we wanted. The final sequence is wonderful.
 
Thank you to The Morrison Studio.
David Farr David Morrisey The Ones Below

Left: David Farr, Middle: On-set The Ones Below, Right: David Morrissey

The Ones Below, starring David Morrissey (The Walking Dead), Clémence Poséy (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1), Stephen Campbell Moore (The Bank Job) and Laura Birn (A Walk Among the Tombstones), tells the story of a couple expecting their first child who discover an unnerving difference between themselves and the couple living in the flat below them who are also having a baby.

Due for release later this year, we’re delighted with the title sequences – they look very smart and are perfect for the film. Working with both David, Nikki and post production supervisor Layla Blackman was great fun, and a real delight. We look forward to the films release, and re-uniting the team on the next one.

Credits:
Creative Director: Richard Morrison
Art Director: Dean Wares
VFX Artist / Supervisor: Andy Brown
Post Producer: Glen Percival

Dementamania Title Sequence

At long last, we have great pleasure in sharing our title sequence for Kit Ryan’s Dementamania.

Frustrated with the social injustice he faces everyday and the bureaucratic culture of the office where he works, Edward Arkham (Samuel Robertson) is at boiling point.

Although a successful analyst with a leading IT consultancy, years of routine have taken their toll, and the unbearable daily monotony fuels his frustration and bitterness.

Dementamania Film

When Edward is stung by a mysterious bug, it results in a painful and aggressive rash which unlocks the door to a secret world inside his head causing nightmarish fantasies to manifest themselves within vivid hallucinations. As the rash spreads and threatens to envelop his entire body, his visions become more terrifying and reality begins to drift further from his grasp.

Please enjoy:

Credits:
Ronin Pictures and Green Screen Productions in association with Gloucester Place Films and International Pictures Three in association with Premiere Picture and Opix Films. Stars Samuel Robertson, Vincent Regan, Geoff Bell and Kal Penn. Original Score by Guy Farley, Costume Designer Erika Okvist, Edited by Jeremy Gibbs, Production Designer Jon Bunker and Director of Photography Gerry Lively.

Executive Produced by Nigel Thomas, Charlotte Walls, David Rogers, Jason Garrett, Michael Cowan and Terrence Ryan. Co-Producers Alan Latham, Neil Tuohy. Produced by Anis Shlewet and James T. Ryan. Written by Anis Shlewet and Directed by Kit Ryan.

Paul Hyett’s new horror HOWL

The latest in the studio sees the completion of our titles on the new “creature feature” horror flick ‘HOWL‘, from up and coming director Paul Hyett.

Known for his SFX work on ‘The Woman in Black‘ and ‘The Descent‘, Paul’s directorial debut was with the fantastic British horror drama ‘The Seasoning House‘.

Now together with producers Martin Gentles (The Liability) and Ed King (Ali G Indahouse) of Starchild Pictures, starring Ed Speelers (Eragon) and Holly Weston (John Carter) leading the cast alongside Shauna Macdonald (Happy-Go-Lucky) and Elliot Cowan (The Descent). Paul’s new film ‘Howl‘ focuses on a group of passengers traveling on a midnight train who become the unsuspecting meal ticket for a gang of hungry werewolves, forcing a shy ticket inspector to unleash his inner beast to lead his passengers to safety and survive the night.

We look forward to sharing more with you soon. The film is due for release later in the year.

Howl 2015 - Werewolf Film

Kajaki the movie official trailer

November 10, 2014 Leave a comment

Kajaki logo

Only three weeks to go, and excited for its release. Here below is the official trailer for KAJAKI the movie.

The film is being released in VUE cinemas on 28 November, with all revenue from ticket sales from the Premiere and pre-release screenings, and a portion of the profits from the film’s subsequent release being donated equally to four military charities – Help for HeroesWalking with the WoundedThe Royal British Legion and The Hashemite Commission for Disabled Soldiers

This is our first time working with director Paul Katis, and producer Andrew de Lotbinère of Pukka Films. The whole team at Pukka have been great to work with and we are delighted with the results. Working again with award winning producer Gareth Unwin (The King’s Speech), as always is a real pleasure, and we are hono(u)red to be part of such a great production.

Kajaki Frames

With the commemoration of a 100 years since the 1st World War, and the withdrawal of British troops from Afghanistan. The film is a fitting and perfectly timed release to help bring further awareness of the atrocities of war. And their generous donations to the military charities in helping returning wounded soldiers and the families of those lost in conflict, is something we hope you all get behind to support.

To find out more or to book tickets to help these charities, please visit: http://www.kajakimovie.com

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